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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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Keeping Beamer Comfortable

Wisconsin farrier helps horse with an extra hoof wall stave off laminitis
Beamer’s bald face pokes out from his stall door at Norberg Farm in Menomonee Falls, Wis., and watches as Todd Gillis approaches. The 19-year-old Bay looks like any other well-behaved Quarter Horse. His ears are forward, he’s curious and sociable.
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Red Renchin

Remembering Red Renchin

Friends and colleagues celebrate the Hall Of Fame farrier’s life and his generosity to the industry
The farrier industry lost a mentor and true gentleman when Red Renchin unexpectedly passed away on Aug. 29, 2015. The International Horseshoeing Hall Of Fame farrier and technical editor of American Farriers Journal was 70 years old.
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