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I am going to be writing more articles on the state and condition of the farrier trade and what I have been doing to improve it and the support that I have been receiving.
Thank you for all of your support so far and as I have said, “Ride for the Brand”.
“It takes patience and it take time, so be consistent.”
You have to be willing to take the time that it takes. There are no short cuts here and you have to realize that fact. Continue reading
“Make sure it is fun.” Continue reading
Let’s get started with the first two of the “Ground Handling Commandments”. Continue reading
I have done many different types of posts in the past that have related to many different subjects — but, I now feel that there is a real need to look at what has been called “bad behavior” ….. Continue reading
In my last post I talked about my customers saying how my services saved them close to $1000 a year in maintenance costs per horse — so let’s look at that savings and how it can be verified. Continue reading
I have met many a horse owner that chose a farrier strictly on cost and in most of those same cases I have seen it to be one of the most expensive decisions that horse owner ever made. Continue reading