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need a reliable farrier/trimmer in east texas

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        06-09-2014, 06:22 PM
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    need a reliable farrier/trimmer in east texas

    Sorry for same post in 2 categories but the other post has had no response!!!:(

    Ok--i am in desperate need of a trimmer! A RELIABLE affordable trimmer hopefully in my area of "no-man's land" when it comes to true horsefolks--located west of athens. I am only 5 minutes off the highway. No winding forever down a country cow path.

    My boys are flawless in their pedicure behavior, my checks clear (although I try to plan and have cash on hand) and in general I want--"a decent step up from a pasture trim with a strong bevel." a good balanced trim done regularly will put these feet back where they need to be... it has now been over 4 months--that was after it took over 5 months to get the trimmer back out (he had some issues that came up). I feel like I am back to square one!!!

    If anyone knows of or can recommend one please post here or PM me...oh-the neighbor down the road also would want theirs done if possible the same day. Could actually end up being 4-5 more horses all within 5-7 minutes of me.

    Thank you so much in advance for cking this out--maybe somebody knows somebody:).
         
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        06-09-2014, 06:28 PM
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    I used to live in Athens, I'll send you a PM :)
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        06-10-2014, 02:43 AM
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    Chcek out www.americafarriers.org for listings in your area....find a farrier.
         

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