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Online Extras: November 2015 Issue

Web-exclusive content for this issue includes:

  • A collection of memories about the late Red Renchin.
  • Farrier concerns about the development of the Veterinary Equine Podiatry Group.
  • Conny Svensson provides insight on some different shoeing ideas he brought from Scandinavian style for how he shoes harness horses in the U.S.
  • Video with James Gilchrist describing his multi-farrier practice
  • Video of farrier Todd Gillis trimming and shoeing Beamer, a Quarter Horse with a swollen leg and two hoof walls.
  • Resources to help you properly manage your money and protect your business financially.
  • Tips for novice horse owners on providing the ideal work space.

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Jeremy McGovern
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Be Your Client's Footcare Expert

This past weekend, I attended the Cornell Farrier Conference. Steve Kraus and the team at Cornell deserve much praise for putting together a great agenda. Nearly 75 farriers returned home from the university with great hoof-care information from the leading farriers and veterinarians.
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Raising your Prices as Your Hoof-Care Practice Grows

Being able to charge more for your work is based on how you established your practice, as well as how well you’ve reinvested in it
The business end of working with performance horses doesn't appeal to everyone. If that is your case, but you would prefer to work within these various disciplines, Esco Buff suggests joining a multi-farrier practice. Besides avoiding the aggravations that can accompany a business, you will be closer to a guaranteed salary than if you are a business owner/operator.
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