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3 edition of principles of horseshoeing found in the catalog.

principles of horseshoeing

Doug Butler

principles of horseshoeing

an illustrated textbook of farrier science and craftsmanship.

by Doug Butler

  • 253 Want to read
  • 20 Currently reading

Published by Butler Publishing in USA .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Pagination567p. :
Number of Pages567
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18777168M

I was thrilled to see these topics addressed, and hope that this is a new beginning in which farrier schools and vet schools begin to pay close attention to promoting these concepts. Keep you and your horse safe when doing farrier work. You need hands-on, real-life, experience. Here are our guidelines: Brand New: A brand-new item is an unused item in its original packaging that we have ordered either from the publisher or from a wholesale distributor.

Keep you and your horse safe when doing farrier work. It describes how to recognise good and faulty hoof care, explains the mechanics of the foot in motion, discusses foot balance, illustrates the anatomy of the foot and limb alignment and offers advice on how to keep the hooves healthy. Overall a good basic text book on the principles of horseshoeing. So while you have some free time and a good reason to stay indoors with a hot beverage, crack a book and get caught up on your reading list. We emphasize safety and have high expectations for our students. As I study this section, I can remember which arteries and veins are which; which tendon attached this muscle to that bone.

More than 50 pages to address tendon, club foot and skeletal problems in foals and yearlings. Excellent source of information By Jeremiah Abram Tucker on Aug 27, This book is an absolute necessity for any farrier. So while you have some free time and a good reason to stay indoors with a hot beverage, crack a book and get caught up on your reading list. Get our top articles delivered directly to your inbox. This comprehensive guide to horseshoeing includes these topics and more: Introduction to the farrier industry and how to get started What to look for when choosing a farrier Progressive skill levels based on a unique matrix of learning Anatomy, tendons and ligaments, foot structure and function Foot diseases and treatments, causes and prevention of lameness Front and hind limb conformation and unsoundnesses Foot skills, pad selection and application Shoe types and sizes; hot and cold shaping of shoes Forging fires and heats; forging tool maintenance Business skills, goal setting and tips for success And much more 1, pages; 2, illustrations; 3rd ed. Courtney DiehlDVM Thank you for all the helpful things you do for horses that allow them to be sound while performing in pleasure, sport and professional activities with their riders!


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The second part of the book takes an in-depth look at the common ailments and conditions that affect hoof care. Brings the classroom directly to you to learn at your own pace. Doug Butler.

The Principles of Horseshoeing III

Keep you and your horse safe when doing farrier work. This is an amazing text. This highly powerful page book delivers all the essential ABCs of caring for the feet of and shoeing. It would be plenty for any casual farrier, and a lot cheaper.

Make a hard job easier by increasing your knowledge and efficiency in the area of proper hoof care. Highly recommended for professionals as well as horse owners who have a keen interest in hoof care.

Very Good: A very good item is a used item with normal but limited used-item wear.

The Horse Shoeing Book

As I study this section, I can remember which arteries and veins are which; which tendon attached this muscle to that bone. Dissects the most critical information from P3, the encyclopedia of farrier science and craftsmanship. Now for the first time in farrier education, the Butler team has uniquely combined their world-renowned teachings with cutting-edge technology to bring the principles and techniques of great horse foot care to life.

This rather cerebral title covers all aspects of the mental part of horseshoeing. And none of your clients want to stand outside in it. Not that much different, maybe a few more pictures.

Butler Professional Farrier School has a total approach of applying knowledge and techniques to develop your farrier mastery and business strategy. It takes more than watching a video or reading about horseshoeing to be a successful, professional farrier.

Corresponding audio books to textbooks allows the student to learn with all of my senses and immerse yourself in the materials while driving, working around the house, etc.

Courtney DiehlDVM Thank you for all the helpful things you do for horses that allow them to be sound while performing in pleasure, sport and professional activities with their riders! He covers fractures, injuries to tendons and ligaments, muscles, the nervous system and much more. Provides simple explanations for complex farrier procedures.Nov 29,  · The Principles of Horseshoeing III is not much different from Dr.

Butler's last text book The Principles of Horseshoeing II. The book is not designed for independent study, is lacking much needed color pictures, and reads like stereo instructions. This book is great for entry level farriers who have excellent study habits and time management skills or for the farrier school student who will study this book /5(7).

hildebrandsguld.com: Principles of Horseshoeing () by Butler, Doug and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices.5/5(2). The Principles of Horseshoeing (P3): The Ultimate Textbook of Farrier Science and Craftsmanship for the 21st Century Starting at $ The Principles of Horseshoeing II: An Illustrated Textbook of Farrier Science and CraftsmanshipPrice Range: $66 - $ Instead, Essential Principles of Horseshoeing is a highly visual, easy-to-understand, and interactive companion, utilizing colorful guides and even QR codes to send readers to directly relevant video demonstrations on live horses of common solutions and horseshoeing techniques.

Jun 09,  · hildebrandsguld.com: The Principles of Horseshoeing III The Principles of Horseshoeing III by Dr. Doug Butler and Jacob Butler: Doug Butler Enterprises Hardcover - Daisy Grace Academy hildebrandsguld.com Passion for books/5(3).

Mar 27,  · The “How-To” Horseshoeing Book — Now 35% OFF! Focusing on the very best techniques gleaned from more than 1, articles appearing in American Farriers Journal, this is the most comprehensive book of practical horseshoeing tips ever published.