Join Date: Mar 2010
Location: Western Pennsylvania
I think they're a waste of money, personally. I don't shoe (only trim), but while I was learning, I watched many other farriers square a toe of a regular shoe in 2 minutes..much cheaper than buying the NB shoes and possibly having an overly squared toe on the shoe, in which case you have to fix it anyway.
Squaring a toe isn't bad, but I agree with your current farrier of the shoe itself.
Just to emphasise..waste of money, lol.
I could probably square off a regular shoe in 5 minutes without ever having touched an anvil or hammer.
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