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4 Easy Ways To Be Fired

Sometimes exceptional work with a horse won't matter — a farrier could be fired by the client regardless. All of the skill and knowledge with a horse didn't help. And as that farrier, maybe you're left wondering what the heck happened.
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Horse Owner Education Clinic Helps Solidify Client/Farrier Relationships

The Midwest Horseshoeing School’s horse owner clinic helped educate horse owners and bridge the gap between farrier knowledge and understanding their clients
People don’t always have access to all of the information, or the information they find isn’t always accurate. With their horse owner clinic, the Midwest Horseshoeing School aimed to create a network between equine practitioners and horse owners to solidify the equine community in the area.
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Shoeing Down The Highway

Young Georgia farrier takes to the road as a sensible compromise between lifestyle and income
Even in Georgia, late February doesn't qualify as early spring. Nevertheless, it's a spring-like day, with temperatures already hovering around 50 in the bright early morning sunshine as farrier Derrick Perry drives the pickup towing his shoeing trailer south on I-75 from his home near the Georgia-Tennessee border toward Atlanta. It's not a short drive, but it's one he makes fairly frequently.
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