Originally Posted by DancingArabian
If a farrier has to spend extra time or work because there's a problem then yes the price may change with some farriers. The only exception I think would be if they were fixing their mistake. Remember if that farrier is taking three hours instead of one with your horse that's two hours of working elsewhere that's lost. If they're not working, they're not getting paid.
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Yes I can understand that. But this was $230 total bill for about 1.5 hours of work. 2 trims on my other 2 and then this shoe job on just 2 front feet. He may have spent an extra 20 minutes. I probably should have raised the issue more with him, but I was grateful that he seemed to be more active in trying to solve the problem.