I think I'll just keep my farrier, thank you! We pay $30/head for a trim. He has discounts for larger groups, I'm going to have to ask him how many horses it takes to get the discount. (No - I'm not going to get that many, but I'm not above having a few friends bring their horses 'round.)
I don't know what he charges for shoes - he does great work from what I understand (from other's haven't asked him about it) but he prefers that horses feet remain the way God intended them if at all possible.
Best of all, he works Saturdays - which is great for me - I'm off work and can be there. We set up our next appointment before he leaves, and try to set it up so that he's already going to be in the area, since he lives over 50 miles away.
He joked the last time he was out that he sure wished he could start at 05:30 because it was so hot. I told him that if that's when he wanted to come out, I'd just put the coffee on a little earlier. So - next time, he'll probably be out about sunup...with his coffee mug.