As part of its ongoing commitment to educate hoof care professionals and horse owners, Vettec hosts workshops to teach techniques on how to apply and use its extensive line of hoof care products. Vettec representatives Lynne Myers and Kris Kibbey are leading free hands-on workshops this month in Louisa, Virginia and Conewango Valley, New York to provide tips and training on pour-in pads and shoeing options. Your readers are invited to visit the workshops to gain insight on hoof care options. Handbooks and product demos will be available for anyone who attends.
Crossroads Farrier Supply
Lynne will provide instruction on techniques in correcting angles, creating extensions and restoring distorted hoof capsules. She will also demonstrate how to glue on shoes and point out techniques for success. Date and location of the workshop are listed below. Registration is free and walk-ins are welcome. Registration: www.vettec.com/vettec-hands-workshop-form.
67 Rollins Lane
Louisa, VA 23093
May 12, 2017
10 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Vettec Representative: Lynne Myers
Raber Blacksmith & Farrier Supply Clinic
This hands-on clinic is approved for seven AAPF continuing education credits and will feature insight from two certified clinicians, Curtis Burns and Tim Cable, on the following topics: glue-on applications for horseshoes, horsemanship for farriers and Quarter Crack repair. Vettec representative Kris Kibbey will also be available for live demonstrations of Vettec products. Date and location of the workshop are listed below. Registration is free and walk-ins are welcome. Registration: www.vettec.com/vettec-hands-workshop-form.
6370 Route 62
Conewango Valley, NY 14726
May 17, 2017
8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Vettec Representative: Kris Kibbey