If you’ve ever moved to a new town, you know how difficult it can be to find good service professionals: auto mechanics, hairdressers, doctors, dentists, and so on. You know your needs, but how do you select the appropriate providers when you know little or nothing about them, other than what you read in Yellow Pages listings or see in advertisements?
First-time horse owners, or those who are moving to a new area, face the same dilemma when it comes to selecting their equines’ health-care providers. For this article, we’re focusing on farriers. We’ll discuss some of the criteria that set t
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