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Farrier Survey for BEVA 2014

We all know the importance of a good vet farrier relationship.  We also know that this relationship between the two professions is often quite strained.  Jim Belknap, a surgeon and laminitis researcher at the Ohio State University School of Veterinary Medicine has initiated a survey that looks at aspects and issues with this relationship from the farrier side. The original survey, performed in the U.S., was formatted with input from 3 veterinarians and 3 farriers.  This survey was edited by Simon Curtis to be more relevant to UK farriers.  The current survey is only for UK farriers.   Results will be used in a presentation to be given at The BEVA Congress in the UK in September. Results will also be made available to the organizations close affiliated with these two professions.

So please take a minute and to help us with this project by giving us your perspective as a farrier. Your input will be invaluable.

If you are a veterinarian, please ask any farriers with whom you are associated to fill out this survey…

(Please note that the mechanics of the survey will only allow you to take it one time and if you click the link, you must complete the survey within 4 hours).

To take the survey please click this link: https://osuvetmed.az1.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_25C39j8MpXc4KVL

Many thanks!

Thank you for your help.

 David

David MountfordMA VetMB MRCVS
The British Equine Veterinary Association 

 
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