Items Tagged with 'American Veterinary Medical Association'

ARTICLES

Fridays-Farrier-Facts-and-Figures-Icon-small.png
Friday’s Farrier Facts & Figures

Hoof Testers | Model Veterinary Practice Act

This week's facts and figures... How Often Do You Use Hoof Testers? The American Veterinary Medical Association Maintains That “farriery exists well outside of the definition of veterinary medicine and does not need to be included in the Model Veterinary Practice Act (MVPA).” Do You Agree? This edition of Farrier Facts & Figures is brought to you by Markel Insurance Co.
Read More

Research Journal: May/June 2018

The information, ideas and opinions expressed are those of the author and do not necessarily represent those of the United States Department of Agriculture.
Follow-Up On Walking Horse Study Publication of a study reviewed in the March 2018 “Research Journal” sparked a letter to the American Journal of Veterinary Research, as well as a response from the authors.
Read More
HOTA_0518.png

Shop Talk: May/June 2018

Legendary Farriers Start Pink Apron Charity Billy Crothers and Myron McLane have started the Pink Apron Charity to raise awareness and funds for breast cancer research. Both farriers solidified the plans for the Pink Apron Charity at this year’s American Farrier’s Association (AFA) convention, which met in Reno, Nev.
Read More

Reader Commentary: May/June 2018

The AVMA Should Reconsider Farrier Exemption Exclusion It is my belief that horsemanship is an art, not a science. This point of view shapes my concern about the proposed modifications to the American Veterinary Medical Association’s (AVMA) Model Veterinary Practice Act (MVPA), especially regarding the farrier exemption elimination.
Read More

How Can Farriers Protect Their Interests?

American Veterinary Medical Association’s proposed elimination of farrier exemption underscores industry’s call to action
Farriers belong to an industry with a healthy contribution to the United States economy. The entire equine industry generates about $122 billion in total economic impact, according to the American Horse Council (AHC) Foundation’s 2017 Economic Impact Study of the U.S. Horse Industry, which was released in late February. It’s responsible for 1.74 million jobs and $79 billion in total salaries, wages and benefits.
Read More

Top Articles

Current Issue

View More

Must Read Free Eguides

Download these helpful knowledge building tools

View More
Top Directory Listings