HoofTalk009 What Clients can expect in a Farrier

Barney discuss what client can expect in a Farrier.

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Comment by Marlene Thoms on April 20, 2011 at 11:25am
What I like about my hoof trimmer is that he is knowledgeable and patient with my horse and me. My horse apparently used to be naughty and not foot happy before this farrier (when he was shod), now he has great rock crushing barefeet and behaves well. He has also been patient in educating me on barefoot care including the best nutrition and conditioning for my horse's feet. A horse with healthy feet is a happier horse. I get a healthy horse, hoof trimmer gets a happy customer.
Comment by Gail Morse on September 18, 2009 at 12:42pm
Hey Barney: The what to expect in a farrier has some stutters in it. Don't forget I am expecting a video between you and one of the barefoot horse trimmers. That would be a dandy. See you soon! Gail.
Comment by Sarah at HorseJobs.ca on September 15, 2009 at 9:03pm
Do you recommend that farriers be a member of the Ontario Farrier's Association or other provincial farrier assocations (or The American Farrier Association)?
Is this a sign that the farrier is up to date with current educational news and advancements?
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