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    02-08-2009, 01:16 PM
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Question vet fees, cost of shoes?

Hi. I'm new here but I have a general question. I am thaking a college speech class (going for nursing) and am doing an informative speech on the purchase and care of a horse (I had to put my morgan down 6 years ago at the age of 33 after having him 20 years) and am curious how prices have changed from what I paid before. What is the average cost for spring shots and then for fall shots now (was aboug $75 and $120)? Tooth floating? Regular kegg shoes (was $50/6 weeks), and basic corrective shoes ($120)? Do they still do tube worming or are the paste wormers good enough now to avoid tubing and bloody noses? I live in Illinois in a SW suburb of Chicago, so local costs are appreciated, but similar "big city" costs are also welcome! Any help to refresh my fifancial memory would be appreciated! Thanks!
     
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    02-09-2009, 12:48 AM
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I'm in northwestern, NJ.

Prices for shoeing for my gelding is $100, but for corrective shoeing (for a horse with navicular and needs shoes on all 4 hooves cost around $200.

For fall shots, it cost roughly $167 per horse (that depends on the vet call and what shots you do/do not have)

Worming, I believe is a paste, is anywhere from $9-$12 a tube.

Teeth floating is about $75 per horse

If you want to know board, board at my current place is $400 per horse
     

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