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Hoof-Care Highlights: The Week of June 14

This Week: Hoof-care professionals across the country and the ocean are sharing what they know with others in the industry through social media, webinars and videos. Here are a few of our favorites.
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[Podcast] A Conversation with Bob Smith

In this episode of the <em>American Farriers Journal</em> podcast, brought to you by Pennwoods Equine, Executive Editor Jeremy McGovern talks with Bob Smith, a California farrier about farrier business advice, the challenges of running a farrier school and his legal battle with the state of California.
In this episode of the American Farriers Journal podcast, brought to you by Pennwoods Equine, Executive Editor Jeremy McGovern talks with Bob Smith, a California farrier about farrier business advice, the challenges of running a farrier school and his legal battle with the state of California.
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Summit Delivers Powerful Takeaways For Attendees

Industry professionals share some of the ideas they learned that will most benefit their practices
Another record number of equine hoof-care professionals invested in their continuing education in Cincinnati, Ohio, for the 15th annual International Hoof-Care Summit for “Sound Strategies For Better Footcare.” A wealth of information from some of the most knowledgeable hoof-care experts in the world was offered up to the 1,270 attendees from 18 countries.
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Learn How To Forge A “Hall Of Fame” Heel

California farrier John Williams offers tips and insights for creating the clean and versatile Bob Marshall-style heel check
Forging a heel check for many farriers is old hat. It’s such a part of the routine that sometimes not a lot of thought is invested into it. There’s another style of heel check, though, that Sacramento, Calif., farrier John Williams prefers when forging horseshoes.
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From The Desk Of AFJ

How Farrier Regulation Might Arrive

When discussing licensing and regulation of an industry in the United States, farriers often think of direct oversight — a government-approved agency to pass rules specific for the trade. This is a reality affecting a minority of farriers, such as certain states requiring track shoers to carry a license. However, for the majority of the industry, government regulation of the trade still doesn’t exist.
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