Items Tagged with 'Travis Burns'


Farriers Week

26th Annual Farriers Week Honors Horseshoers

American Farriers Journal thanks the many farriers who dedicate their time, skills and commitment to the equine industry. This year marks the 26th annual Farriers Week — a time we set aside to celebrate your professional contributions.

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Therapeutic Shoeing

Teamwork is Critical in Equine Ringbone Cases

Veterinarian and farrier can slow degeneration and minimize pain
If you’ve suffered from a bone spur, you can imagine how ringbone feels to a horse. Some level of discomfort accompanies each step. Swelling might or might not be present, but one thing is for sure, the bony growth interferes with mobility. The same is true for horses.
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American Farriers Journal’s Best of 2023

It was a busy year at American Farriers Journal, as we highlighted industry updates, sound business advice, valuable hoof-care insights, as well as the global future of the equine industry. As we enter the new year, we wanted to share the most popular content from 2023.
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The Pros and Cons of Hoof Pads

Farriers must consider the advantages and disadvantages before application
The use of pads in various shoeing applications can quickly become a controversial topic. While many people recognize the potential benefits of using pads, others have had off-putting experiences that left them opposed to their use.
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Advice from Farriers Who Work the Most with Veterinarians

Several farriers who work with veterinary colleagues on a daily basis offer opinions on improving veterinarian-farrier relationships.

There are a handful of farriers who have a unique perspective on the veterinarian-farrier relationship. Fewer than 10 of the veterinary colleges in the United States have full-time farriers. These professionals have regular workloads in the clinics, but also serve the veterinary schools in other capacities.

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News & Notes

AFA Research Grant Promotes In-Depth Study

Does it ever boil your bologna when a client asks why you did something a certain way, and you don’t have a scientific study to back up your reasoning? What if you could conduct the study and publish it for other farriers to read, review and use?
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High Country Clinic

High Country Horseshoes
20381 62 Ave #102
Contact: Hanni
Farrier Product Distribution and High Country Horseshoes are hosting a clinic in Langley. Read More


Woodside Equine Clinic Podiatry Meeting

10/10/18 8:30 am CDT
Woodside Equine Clinic
13011 Blanton Rd
Ashville, VA
United States
Contact: Woodside Equine Clinic
The Woodside Equine Clinic is hosting a podiatry meeting featuring R. Scott Pleasant and Travis Burns in Ashland, Va. Read More

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