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Tips for Pain-Free Arms

Hall of Fame farriers share how they keep their wrists and elbows healthy
More than 30 years ago, Roy Bloom set his sights on making the American Farriers Team. He spent a great deal of time in the fire to improve his skills, efficiency and time, all while shoeing full time. Then he felt it.
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Two Methods to Consider When Firing Hoof-Care Clients

This article was originally published August 2, 2019 and has been updated.
As your shoeing career pro-gresses, you are going to have clients who raise your blood pressure as soon as you see their name on your schedule. After working hard to build a solid business, getting rid of clients seems to fly in the face of your desire to increase your client base and income. But firing clients just might be what your business and your mental health need.
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Hoof-Care Highlights: The Week of June 7

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 Chris Gregory

In this episode of the <em>American Farriers Journal</em> podcast, brought to you by GE Forge & Tool, Editor Jeremy McGovern spoke with farrier educator and clinician, Chris Gregory to talk about his life, his family’s farrier school and some important points on client management.
In this episode of the American Farriers Journal podcast, brought to you by GE Forge & Tool, Editor Jeremy McGovern spoke with farrier educator and clinician Chris Gregory to talk about his life, his family’s farrier school and some important points on client management.
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Improve Your Skills for Horseshoeing Contests

Chris and Cody Gregory offer practical advice that farriers can implement in their everyday work
With two major contests — the World Horseshoeing Classic and the National Forging and Horseshoeing Competition — wrapped up, and the World Championship Blacksmiths about to kick off its 2019 slate, farriers are gearing up for another contest season.
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Remembering Danny Ward

Danny Ward Remembering Hoof-care industry memorializes the Hall Of Fame farrier’s profound influence
The highly respected and beloved farrier Danny Ward passed away March 22, 2018, at the age of 73. Owner and operator of Danny Ward Horseshoeing School and a third-generation farrier, Ward was known for his superb farrier abilities and his commitment to education.
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Farriers Recognized As Future Footcare Leaders

Three farriers were honored at the 2018 International Hoof-Care Summit for making remarkable progress in their footcare careers just 3 years out of shoeing school
In 2009, American Farriers Journal joined six industry suppliers to create the Rising Shoeing Star award to be given out each year at the International Hoof-Care Summit. This award is presented to three farriers who have made exceptional professional progress within 3 years after graduating from farrier school.
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Are You Punching Better Nail Holes?

Veteran farriers share techniques to avoid sheared nails and preserve tools
Whether you’re forging a horseshoe from bar stock or modifying a factory-made shoe, the nail holes you punch are critical. The holes help determine whether the nails hold until the next shoeing and, when necessary, avoid flaws in a less-than-perfect hoof.
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Advanced Farrier Clinic

2/22/18
451 Jenkins Circle
Townville, SC
United States
Contact: Shearer Wludyka
Chris Gregory will lead an advanced farrier clinic in Townville. Read More

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