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Geauga County, Northeast Ohio
since 1995

 

Equine Health
Articles by F. Thomas Breningstall

You Shoot Horses, Don't You? Three Essays
Hammer Command Anvils
Horseshoe Nails Kicking
Foal Feet Care Fix-It Shoeing
Overshoes Pus & Us
Safekeeping Time Chasers
The Shoe Missing In Action Winter Shoes
Club Foot Chipped Hooves
Knock-Knee Foal Hot Shoeing
Pulling Shoes for Winter Cold Shoeing
Frog Support Pad for Founder Foot Dragging
Hoof Trimming Tools and
How to Use Them
Sand Cracks
 

Tom Breningstall's column "Hoof & Hammer" regularly appears in Rural Heritage, a bimonthly journal in support of farming and logging with horses and other draft animals. Tom is a full-time farrier certified by the American Farriers Association and the Michigan Horseshoers Association. He is the host of the videotape SHOEING YOUR MULE produced by Rural Heritage and available at Rural Heritage.

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