Certified farriers in South Dakota will keep your horse’s hooves in peak condition all year long. South Dakota has hot summers and cold winters, which can be challenging on your horses feet. For example, hooves not only grow differently in the winter but are susceptible to several season-specific problems
South Dakota horse owners should be aware of what it costs their farrier to care for horse hooves. Tools include hoof knife, rasp, hoof stand, horse shoes, horseshoe oven, tool replacement,drive time, vehicle cost, labor, insurance. They must also pay for their ongoing education and certifications. It can cost the farrier 60% or more of what he charges in overhead costs to his business.