Since 1971, the American Farrierâ€™s Association has focused on improving equine welfare through excellence in hoof care and farriery. Educating farriers in the art and science of farriery has been central to this goal.
The American Farrier's Association is North America's organization for men and women who make their living as professional farriers.
The AFBA promotes the profession and serves as a representative of farriery interests within the horse world. The AFBA actively monitors legislation and showing rules, and acts as an advocate of farriers.
The BWFA is a non-profit organization. Our mission is to provide horse owners with professional, intelligent, and accurate information on sound shoeing by professional farriers.
Provides information about the association, its standards for EFFA qualified farriers, a list of schools and events, and a dictionary with major European Farriers.
Founded in 1986, the Farrier Industry Association provides education relating to the horse industry, promotes sound business through lectures and training seminars, organizes tradeshows and provides a corridor for communication.
The Farriers Registration Council was established by the Farriers Act 1975. It is an Act to prevent and avoid suffering by and cruelty to horses arising from the shoeing of horses by unskilled persons and to promote the proper shoeing of horses.
Yhdistyksen tarkoituksena on toimia Suomessa kengitysseppien yhteiselimenĂ¤, kohottaa jĂ¤sentensĂ¤ ammattitaitoa, kohottaa kengitysseppien arvostusta, hoitaa kansainvĂ¤lisiĂ¤ yhteyksiĂ¤, jĂ¤rjestĂ¤Ă¤ kengitysseppĂ¤kilpailuja ja toimia yhteiselimenĂ¤ muihin alaan liittyviin yhdistyksiin ja liittoihin.
Der EDHV e. V. vertritt nicht nur die Interessen der Hufbeschlagsschmiede in Deutschland und Europa, er steht auch Pferdebesitzern, Reitvereinen und allen, denen es um das Wohlergehen der Pferde geht, mit Rat und Tat zur Seite.
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The Guild of Professional Farriers is a non-profit organization, which requires all members to meet the Registered Journeyman Farrier standard, which is based on the knowledge, experience, and skills needed to practice farriery on a professional level.
The Irish Farriery Authority consists of representatives from both the Thoroughbred and the non-Thoroughbred sectors of the horse industry.
The Irish Master Farriers Association was formed in the early 1970's around the time Bord na gCapall (The Irish Horse Board) started Farriery Apprenticeships. The I.M.F.A has to date over 100 Members which also includes apprentices.
JFA is a public service corporation established under law with the aim to contribute to the development of the horseracing and livestock industry. It qualifies farriers and cow hoof trimmers, and promotes scientific research on horseshoeing and cow hoof trimming.
The Jordanian Farriers Association exists to: Serve farmers, villagers and Bedouins in camps to look after and care for the health and well-being of their animals hooves, especially equine animals.
The Master Farriers' Association of NSW is made up solely of reputable practicing acredited farriers. If you are looking for a registered farrier near to you, youv'e come to the right place.
Formed in 1904 we are one of the most established trade associations around today. We have a history of working for the betterment of the membership and the Trades.
With members stretching the length and breadth of the country, the New Zealand Farriers Association aims to promote improved standards of hoof care and farriery for the ultimate welfare of the equine population in New Zealand.
Contains contacts, calendar of events, farrier database, and classifieds.
Our mission is to provide the format and opportunity for female farriers to meet each other and share ideas. We will provide the avenues for association, recognition, education, communication, encouragement, product development, business development, insurance, advertisement, and the like.
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