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Hoof Jack Repair with SuperFast

on Thu, 06/04/2015 - 19:56

The Hoof Jack is a durable, well made tool, but when a big horse decides to break something, it’s better to get out of the way and protect yourself from getting broken.  Once again SuperFast proves its worth for fixing just about anything….we roughed up the surface, drilled a few holes, applied SuperFast to both sides, and left it ugly….the beauty is in the savings.   If you have an unusual fix with SuperFast, track down a Vettec rep and provide pictures…you’ll likely get a free cartridge for your troubles.

 

Two Minutes With Tab - We Want to Hear From You!

on Thu, 05/14/2015 - 16:24

We have just finished shooting 7 new segments of Two Minutes With Tab.  Now we would like to hear from you all to see what topics you would like to see next.  Email us: info@vettec.com or find us on Facebook and let us know your thoughts. 

 

Vettec Hands on Workshop at Lookout Mountain School

on Tue, 05/05/2015 - 21:12
Students at Lookout Mountain School learn how to glue on shoes with Vettec's Adhere.

Lookout Mountain School of Horseshoeing recently hosted a Vettec Hands on Workshop with Lynne Myers.  Lynne helped the students learn how to glue on shoes and repair hoof wall with Adhere.  She also showed them how to create a custom shoe with Super Fast.

Scheduling a Hands on Workshop is easy, and best of all it is free!  Vettec provides all of the needed materials and a Vettec rep goes through various applications so that participants can become familiar with using the products.

"Modify Your Tools to Fit Your Needs"

on Thu, 04/16/2015 - 22:09

(Excerpt from April 2015 issue of American Farriers Journal)

Modify Your Tools to Fit Your Needs

Simple tweaks to your equipment can improve safety and efficiency

By Jeff Cota, Associate Editor

Many people have a difficult time adjusting to change.  Change can be good, though.  It can make work environments safer, improve efficiency and save money.

Vettec’s Sole-Guard Helps Horses Comfortably Transition to Unshod

on Mon, 03/30/2015 - 22:47

As horses enter breeding season this spring, pregnant mares become less active while bearing extra weight from pregnancy. Tab Pigg, Vettec’s Farrier-at-Large, recommends that farriers and horse owners remove horseshoes during pregnancy and use pour-in pad materials during the time period without shoes. Vettec’s Sole-Guard product helps serve as a transitional material when going from shod to unshod hooves by providing extra support as the hooves acclimate to barefoot.

Sole-Guard is a fast-setting, liquid urethane pour-in pad material providing durable support that retains its shape and

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