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Frank Lessiter
From The Desk Of AFJ

Hanging Out With Farriers Pays Off For Vets

Earlier this week, an equine veterinarian stopped at the American Farriers Journal trade show exhibit during the annual meeting of the American Association of Equine Practitioners in Anaheim, Calif. In our 10-minute conversation, she explained how she works closely with farriers in her area and how it has led to increased health-care income for her practice.

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Shoeing For A Living

Staying Humble And Sharing Knowledge

Dean Johanningmeier has two passions in footcare: therapeutic work and passing on what he has learned
With below-freezing temperatures and a steady snowfall on this early December morning, winter reminds south-central Wisconsin residents where they live.
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Shoeing Backyard Horses Is Tough To Beat

Although shoeing backyard horses comes with challenges, working with these horses can sustain a healthy shoeing practice
When a farrier embarks on this remarkable career, it is common that he or she will shoe horses commonly referred to as "backyard horses." Some will say this with disdain, but in reality, this segment of the horse population may be the very best kind of horses to be shod - especially in this economy.
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The Hoof-Care Bottom Line

Laying Out Your Ground Rules

A respective responsibilites list sets guidelines
A Respective Responsibilities List documents the general operating procedures for your farrier business, as well as your responsibilities to your client and their horses.
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