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Taking A Traditional Approach

The styles might change through the years, but the basics remain
When Grant Moon began shoeing horses in the late 1970s, farriery was a lot like the various dialects that dot the globe.
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Cornell Honors Its Horseshoeing Tradition

Cornell Farrier Program Carries On Great Tradition Of Teaching
Say “Ivy League” and the image that comes to most minds probably does not include anvils, shoeing aprons and horseshoes — unless you’re one of the many farriers and horse owners who have benefitted from the farrier education program at Cornell University in Ithaca, N.Y.
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Shoeing in 2025

The farrier business will be great 25 years from now, but changes are coming
What the future holds is anybody’s guess. Today’s most effective farriers are doing what all successful farriers will be doing in the future. Successful farriers in the year 2025 will need to pay as much attention to running their businesses as they do to balancing horses’ feet.
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