Finding a farrier/vet in the west side of Owensboro, KY
 
 

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Finding a farrier/vet in the west side of Owensboro, KY

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    05-29-2010, 10:16 AM
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Finding a farrier/vet in the west side of Owensboro, KY

Hey everyone, I am going to be moving into Kentucy and I do not know anyone there who has horses. We are actually looking for a place near Fordsville, KY.

If anyone lives in that area or knows of a good horse vet, and a good farrier I would appreciate any info. Not sure how soon we will be moving, our place is up for sale now. Thanks again!!
     

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