4 edition of The Art Of Shoeing Horses found in the catalog.
January 17, 2007 by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English
|Contributions||Frederick Clifford Cherry (Contributor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||84|
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Title. The art of horse-shoeing: a manual for farriers / Title Variants: Alternative: Art of horse shoeing. Hunting, William, Hunting, William, Book Edition: American Ed.
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Selected as one of the dozen best horseshoeing books ever published, this reprint of an exciting book written by a leading British veterinarian lays down correct principles and points out hundreds of highly technical details still essential to good shoeing.
Some years later, farriers still rely on ideas from this highly valuable book in their daily shoeing work. THE ARTOFHORSE-SHOEING AMANUALFORFARRIERS BY WILLIAMHUNTING,F.R.C.V.S.
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Written in simple, plain language and profusely illustrated, this handbook will be of utility to modern horse owners and collectors of vintage equestrian literature. Interfering 60 Conclusion 63 THE ART OF SHOEING HORSES. the horizon of my experiences, by the means of a printed book, I may help many a sore horse, as well as many a discouraged trainer and driver and owner.
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The art of horse-shoeing by Hunting William, ; Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh. Publication date Topics Horses, Horseshoeing Publisher London: H.
& W. Brown. The adoption of horse-shoeing marks an advanced stage of civilization in a country. Good roads are essential to social and commercial development, and good roads necessitate horse - shoeing. Until artificial roads are made and generally adopted, the horse's hoof is able to withstand the wear of tolerably long journeys.
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Jenkins. Synopsis "The Horse Shoeing Book" is a user-friendly introduction to the craft of farriery. It assumes no previous knowledge but leads the reader from the basic principles into an understanding of the more advanced methods of shoeing. If you ever had any questions about horseshoeing but were Reviews: 6.
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The farrier next trims the sole and frog with a hoof knife. A rasp is used to finish trimming and smoothing the hoof before a new shoe is put on. Once the hoof is balanced, the farrier will use either hot or cold shoeing to fit the horseshoe to the horse.
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