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Analyze Your Business By The Numbers

In the only extensive farrier business practices survey of its kind, here’s your chance to see how you stack up against the averages

 Over the past 2 years, the typical full-time farrier in the United States has boosted the income for his or her hoof-care business by three and one-half times the average 1.9 percent inflation rate — by 7 percent or an average of $5,454 per year.

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Gary Stangeland and Brian Gnegy

Consult With Vets, Boost Your Shoeing Income!

Working closely with equine vets can result in an average increase of $16,621 in annual shoeing income

 While many shoers indicate their relationship with equine vets is fine, nearly everyone agrees that working together on shoeing problems depends on how willing each person is to listening to other ideas and opinions.  

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