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Nothing Normal About Zoo Work

Working on the feet of wild animals is not only gratifying, but also very challenging and educational
Steve Foxworth works on about a dozen species of animals at the Denver Zoo in a year's time, including this lesser kudu. He finds it often takes as long as 2 years to get an animal's feet in good shape while adjusting to a new environment.
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It's All About Balance

Veteran Standardbred farrier Ed Warrington maintains many shoers tend to address the effect of a footcare problem rather than dealing with the cause
It's been 53 years since Ed Warrington started shoeing Standardbred racehorses. And he says determining the best way to balance these horses is just as important today as it was back then.
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How Farriers Work With Others

IN A SURVEY on how shoers work with equine veterinarians conducted by American Farriers Journal staffers during last winter’s 2003 American Farrier’s Association convention, 53 percent of the farriers indicated certain vets call for help on a serious shoeing or footcare problem.
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American Farriers Journal

American Farriers Journal is the “hands-on” magazine for professional farriers, equine veterinarians and horse care product and service buyers.
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