Saturday, October 22, 2016

Farrier Product Distribution is now an American Farrier’s Association Educational Communications Partner

Farrier Product Distribution and American Farrier's Association newsmakers

Farrier Product Distribution (FPD) has become the latest company to join forces with the American Farrier’s Association (AFA) as an educational communications partner. 

AFA Executive Director Beth Daniels issued the following statement: “We are delighted to partner with FPD in this initiative. Dan Burke and Linda Hill of FPD have a well-deserved reputation in our industry for supporting farrier related education on many different levels. They have been committed sponsors of the AFA for many years, and we are thrilled that they have partnered with us in our effort to further educate our membership.” 

The AFA’s educational communications initiative offers companies the opportunity to utilize the AFA website video and blog platform and No Foot, No Horse newsletter for the purpose of providing product and product application information of an educational nature. 

“We appreciate the work the AFA does in the farrier industry.  Education and the sharing of information are important to farriers in their work, and FPD is happy to participate with the AFA as an educational communications partner,” said Dan Burke, President of FPD.

Additional current educational partners include Life Data Labs, Inc. and Purina Animal Nutrition, LLC; Purina has sponsored a new series of AFA brochures covering topics of interest for farriers, horse owners, and veterinarians, as well as five regional clinics for farriers and veterinarians.

This article is edited from information provided by the American Farrier's Association.

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