Register of persons engaged in farriery and the shoeing of horses by Farriers Registration Council.

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Published by The Council in London (4 Royal College St., NW1 0TU) .

Written in English

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  • Horseshoers -- Great Britain -- Directories.

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StatementFarriers Registration Council.
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Farriery and the Horse. Farriers Registration Act An Act to prevent and avoid suffering by and cruelty to horses arising from the shoeing of horses by unskilled persons; to promote the proper shoeing of horses; to promote the training of Farriers and shoeing smiths; to provide for the establishment of a Farriers Registration Council to register persons engaged in farriery and the shoeing.

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Farriery, or the shoeing of horses and similar animals, is an ancient craft, believed to have been practised first in the Roman Empire. Farriery is defined in the Farriers (Registration) Act as ‘any work in connection with the preparation or treatment of the foot of a horse for the immediate reception of a shoe thereon, the fitting by nailing or otherwise of a shoe to the foot or the.

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Judith L. Mulholland BSc. BVMS, Dip WCF. Presenting the horse to the farrier. I expect all farriers have some clients who are more conscientious than others when it comes to presenting their horses for shoeing.

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The book describes the combining of traditional farriery skills with veterinary knowledge and advanced techniques of repair and shoeing. Over pages and more than colour illustrations take the reader through the diseases conditions and conformational faults that affect the horse.

The WCF has the general function of securing adequate standards of competence and conduct among persons engaged in the shoeing of horses. The WCF also endeavors to promote, encourage, and advance the art and science of farriery and education in connection with the art and science of farriery.

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