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TOPIC: Can anyone suggest a Farrier School

RE:Can anyone suggest a Farrier School 12 Dec 2005 15:07 #16

Hello,
Thanks for all of the responses to my question I have ruled out a few of the schools mentioned here, and as I am really new to the whole bussiness so I dont recognize alot of the names that have been mentioned.
In regards to the AFA and certification, do I need to have a certificate from them to be in this business? I didnt see any of the farriers in my area listed on the website. Also I noticed that in the AFA bylaws that there is different membership levels, regular member, associate member etc. I belive it says a regular member is a farrier past or present then it goes into certificates, my question is how do they know if your a farrier or not? I mean I could register my horse as a regular member ? Do you have to provide proof of some sorts that your that you are a farrier to join?
I am sorry about all the questions but I am finding this all very confusing at the moment.
Thanks for putting up with my questions.
Jen
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RE:Can anyone suggest a Farrier School 12 Dec 2005 17:29 #17

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Jenny shoes wrote:
>In regards to the AFA and certification, do I need to have a certificate from them to be in this business?

No. The certification program is a means to test you knowledge and skill against a standard.

>I didnt see any of the farriers in my area listed on the website.

That means that they are not members of the AFA.

>Also I noticed that in the AFA bylaws that there is different membership levels, regular member, associate member etc. I belive it says a regular member is a farrier past or present then it goes into certificates, my question is how do they know if your a farrier or not?

Because they trust you to tell the truth.

>I mean I could register my horse as a regular member ?

I suppose you could try. But why would you want to spend the money? He wouldn't be eligable for any of the benefits other than the magazine.

> Do you have to provide proof of some sorts that your that you are a farrier to join?

No. The AFA welcomes people of all persuasions. Vets, trainers, owners, farriers, non-horse owners, etc.

>I am sorry about all the questions but I am finding this all very confusing at the moment.

No need to feel confused. Look into as few or as many schools as you think necessary, pick the one you want to attend, enroll, attend and graduate. Then find a mentor to work for/with and begin to apply what you have learned at school. Alternatively, you can go it alone after graduation, but you put yourself behind the eight ball right from the start.

Joining any farrier organization is a decision of choice. At a minimum, you should join your state organization and attend every clinic they offer. You will then begin to establish a network and from that, the availability of information, help and comrades-in-arms will grow. As you are able, you will want to begin to attend additional clinics, seminars, conferences and I would hope that in time you would see the absolute benefits in both joining the AFA (and in time, the Guild of Professional Farriers) and standing for their certifications.

Of course, just participating on a regular basis here on the forums will give you access to a veritable cornucopia of knowledge and advise, with a liberal dash of opinion thrown in just because we are who we are. :D
Rick Burten PF

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RE:Can anyone suggest a Farrier School 12 Dec 2005 19:31 #18

Rick,

I sense that you really like the magazine - me too.

Phantom
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RE:Can anyone suggest a Farrier School 13 Dec 2005 12:43 #19

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John

PF has continued to improve the quality of its contents. While it ain't the Journal or Hoofcare and Lameness, it is getting better.

Of late, the series by Mitch Taylor has been really good. I must however admit that I don't spend a lot of time reading the 'how to' articles on forging roadsters and the like.
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RE:Can anyone suggest a Farrier School 13 Dec 2005 23:22 #20

Rick,

I'm with you there - not big on heavy forging - it's a young thing, not that you are that old, but I am.

Phantom :)
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RE:Can anyone suggest a Farrier School 14 Dec 2005 03:36 #21

Phantom Farrier wrote:
Rick,

I'm with you there - not big on heavy forging - it's a young thing, not that you are that old, but I am.

Phantom :)

John? Jack Benny class this year? ; P

Deesly
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RE:Can anyone suggest a Farrier School 14 Dec 2005 13:02 #22

Deesly,

They would have to bend the rules some - I'd have to lie a lot to qualify for the age requirement for the Jack Benny class. Maybe next year!

Phantom :)
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RE:Can anyone suggest a Farrier School 15 Dec 2005 02:14 #23

Phantom,

Ya know Boss, it's pretty scarey it's been over 20 years since that overweight shy girl walked into your shop...

Just wanted to say thanks for giving me the chance.

Deesley
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RE:Can anyone suggest a Farrier School 15 Dec 2005 02:46 #24

Deesley,

Thanks for the kind words - you were a fine student, keep up the good work!

Phantom
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RE:Can anyone suggest a Farrier School 15 Dec 2005 05:01 #25

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Oh then the best school for dub toed, unshapable machine made shoes is Mission School?
I object your honor, the tone and timbre of the statement was leading and prejudiciary!
George, you should right commercials!
Jason
Jason Maybe you should attend the four day hands on clinic "Soundfest" there next year. You would then see in person that there is no "dubbing", plenty of shoe shaping, (yes NB shoes are very shapeable) as well as lots of other shoes used too, and (OHMYGOD..SURPRIZE) Mark teaches lots of forging including how to make handmades.
Oh PS Jason, it isn't that George should "right" commercials, it is "WRITE" commercials :D
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RE:Can anyone suggest a Farrier School 15 Dec 2005 22:08 #26

Especially since what he was "righting" could be considered wrong by some... :rolleyes:
I may do that, it just depends what "sounds" I will be hearing at the NBapallooza... :D
Take a look at the "square toes or round thread", that poor bugger should have yelled **** he was dubbed so bad! I know this is not NB protocol, but many squared toed shoe users do just that .
Jason
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RE:Can anyone suggest a Farrier School 07 Mar 2006 20:09 #27

Having just graduated from the Farrier School in Walla Walla I might be biased. :) Here's what I think though, Upon graduation from the two year program you will:
A) Have a AAAS in Farrier Science. it doesn't make you a good horseshoer but it seems like a degree of any kind impresses people.
B) Have a chance at funding. You can get student loans, be available for grants, work study etc. How many people struggle through schools because they're basically out fo work for 3 to 6 months.
C) Jeff Engler is an exceptional farrier. His list of credentials is noteworthy (Highpoint man on the AFA team anyone?)
D) You will shoe horses EVERY DAY at the school (it slows down in the winter months but speeds up in the spring so I think it averages out.
E) Work in one of the FINEST shoeing fascilities this side of the hemisphere
(I just repeat what I've heard the AFA testers say at the school)
F) Many clinitians are brought in over the course of the year. In the past Bob Marshall, Don Gustafson, and many others.

If you go strait through the summer session also you're done in a year and a half (roughly)

He incourages all his students to test for the AFA certifications. Anyone that pays attention can pass the intern test at the end of the first year. I saw that happen many times. with an aggressive work ethic you can be ready for the certified test. (Evidence of one young man who graduated from the course last may)

Anything else you want to know about it, I'm always open to a PM. I would suggest calling Jeff at the school or go to WWCC.edu and find it on the site map.

Caleb
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RE:Can anyone suggest a Farrier School 09 Mar 2006 02:03 #28

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Yah,
what Caleb said, and they have these young wippersnapers who come out of that school and enter the contest at last years NCC and whip all the more mature entrents.
Plus Jeff can do all this with just using one eye.

A rightous man regardeth the life of his beast. Proverbs 12:10
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RE:Can anyone suggest a Farrier School 03 Apr 2006 00:06 #29

Danny Wards was a great school, good base of anatomy, all shoeing on live feet, and a great shop...plus coal forge i went 3 years ago...I hacked around cold shoeing and trimming on and off for a couple years when i got out. The school was a great beginning but the best thing i've done was get into an apprenticeship with a good horseshoer...I've learned tons in the last year. The best teacher i've had are the hundreds of feet i've trimmed in the broodmare barns he works in.
Keep the Bugs off your glass and the bears off your....tails :mad: :mad: :mad:
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