Horses that are unridden, pasture puffs or broodies, have good hooves, no issues, definitely don't need shoes, no special care or treatment is needed.
What would you think of the following options, the owner trimming alternate to farrier visits, so 6 weeks owner, 12 weeks farrier, then 18 weeks on owner again.
Or the farrier trimming twice a year and the owner trimming in between.
Maybe you think that people shouldn't have horses unless they are trimmed every 6 weeks by the farrier.
* Just to be clear this is merely a discussion question, prompted by the comment I read recently that "a bad trim is better than no trim*
**Bear in mind that some people are struggling more than ever before with cash flow issues, and also that there are some people who live in remote areas, so it can be difficult to get farriers to attend regularly. **