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Sunday, December 11, 2011

A New Day in Farriery

Sorry, this is a low-resolution file. The people shown at the end are farriers from the US and Canada. 

 TO LEARN MORE
Check back on January 1.


Whether to give or to get: the greatest gift is education! 3-D animation guided tours, lectures, and explanations of the structures from knee to sole of the hoof and back again. Designed for vet school use,  but also includes a user-controlled module that you can move in 3-D, add/subtract tendons, blood supply, nerves. In stock, ready to ship December 2011.



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