I see others complain about farriers leaving the toes too long and I am having the same issue. Its hard to find a farrier that will take more work around here much less one that is dependable. I have one that is dependable but he leaves the toes long and it is giving my horse issues.
This guy has been a farrier for along time and should know better. My guess is that since he mostly does shoes he is just trimming a little off instead of forming the foot correctly. So I guess I need to better understand how you correct long toes? It can't be as simple as just chopping off toe? Is there a procedure that you follow over the course of a few trims? Any help would be appreciated.