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    11-03-2009, 06:28 PM
farrier classes

hi everyone,
i was wondering if anyone from tennessee might know of a school that offers farrier classes. i have 3 horses and no farrier!

when I asked my vet about who I could use to trim hooves he said he doesnt even recommend anyone anymore due to the fact that they either quit doing it or they don't do a good job!

so I figured if it was going to be this hard trying to find someone that could do my horses feet I might as well learn the trade myself!

i know I could probably learn how to trim online so even a good site that someone would recommend would be great.

any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!

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    11-03-2009, 07:08 PM
I don't know any schools where you are, but I do suggest you get a teacher that can show you hands on. I would not recommend doing it online.
    11-03-2009, 07:23 PM
Oh like an apprentice kind of thing...i didnt think about that!
That's a great idea! Thanks

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