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Farrier's Roundtable

Q: Are some horses very flat-footed naturally, or is a flat sole a sign of some other problem? Are there times when I should take out more sole to make a flat foot more concave and other times when I shouldn’t? What guidelines should I use?
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Farriers' Roundtable

What’s the best way to handle a client or barn that always seems to have extra horses for you to do when you arrive? It throws off the rest of the day’s schedule.
Your response will depend upon your view of your life and business.
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Farriers' Roundtable

That’s a tough one. Some folks want it straight up, while others want it sugar-coated. You have to know which type they are. Be professional and show them what you’re talking about.
That’s a tough one. Some folks want it straight up, while others want it sugar-coated. You have to know which type they are. Be professional and show them what you’re talking about.
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How To Find Success Before You Relocate

If you have to move your hoof-care practice, preparation and networking are the keys to your success
With the nature of our business, starting from scratch isn’t an appealing prospect for most farriers. At a career’s launch, a new shoer fresh to an area typically struggles to acquire clients while working to develop a solid reputation. Often, that novice farrier may take on the horses that established farriers don’t want or need on their roster.
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Advice On Building A Farrier Business After Relocation

I became a farrier 11 years ago and have been on hiatus for the last 2 years after getting married and moving twice. We are now living in Fallon, Nev., and I would like to build a shoeing business again. Does anyone have any advice?
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