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15 Tips When Working Aluminum

Working aluminum shoes can be difficult when heating or moving your stock creates problems rather than pliable material
Working aluminum shoes can be difficult when heating or moving your stock creates problems rather than pliable material. Oftentimes the aluminum is too hot, not hot enough, unevenly heated, sticks to your pritchel or has wobbly nail holes.
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Farrier Q&A: December 2016

What’s the best hoof-care tip you received this year?
A: I had been trimming an off-the-track Thoroughbred with flat feet and progress was slow. His feet wanted to “pancake” and he had thin soles. Once his teeth were floated, his hooves improved dramatically. Now it seems with each trim his feet get more upright and stronger. The mouth is the first step in digestion and helps in nutrient absorption, which invariably benefits the feet.
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