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February 11 - Laminitis
February 11 - Mediolateral hoof balance in relation to the handedness of apprentice farriers
February 11 - Nutrition and White Line Disease
February 11 - Tool and Fullering with Nigel Fennell
April 10 - Quantitative horse hoof trimming protocol for research purposes
April 10 - Accreditation of the American Farriers Association qualification Certified Journeyman Farrier
April 10 - Rasps, fish hooks and The Battle of Trafalgar
February 10 - Demystifiying clubfeet
February 10 - Smithing for the 'Mr Cadbury' of Japan
February 10 - Problem feet. What would you do?
February 10 - British farriery - the gold standard - Part 3. Higher qualifications
February 10 - Get Sharp and Keep Sharp
December 09 - Common hoof problems and what to do about them
December 09 - British farriery - the gold standard - Part 2. Building client relations
December 09 - Hughie and his young smithies study the history books
December 09 - Jim Blurton and Grant Moon are interviews Parkinson style
December 09 - The Italian Job
October 09 - Relationships between hoof, leg, and whole-horse conformation
October 09 - Minimising hoof distortion in laminitis. Part 2
October 09 - British farriery - the gold standard. Part 1. An introduction to UK farriery
October 09 - The cultural experience - an awesome experience
August 09 - Making a caulk and wedge with Richard Ellis
August 09 - Distortion - the hidden menace in laminitis. Part 1
August 09 - What should be in a contract of employment?
August 09 - Future development of the farriery apprenticeship
June 09 - How to make a flat bar shoe
June 09 - Laminitis, hoof quality and the effects of diet
June 09 - Using a recessed frog support pad to treat horses with long toes and weak heels
June 09 - Barefoot trimming versus conventional farriery?
June 09 - Handmade Shoes (UK) Ltd Spring Clinic
February 2009 - Dissection of 22 cadaver limb specimens trimmed to UST, Duckett's dot & bridge,
geometric proportions and NVQ Level 3 standard trimming protocol
February 2009 - Another View of Seedy Toe
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