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Montana Farrier Joins Halverson Horseshoeing
John Buser, professional farrier from Billings, Mont. has joined Halverson Horseshoeing of Pound. Buser received his education at Central Wyoming College in Ag Business, Horsemanship, and Farrier Science. Before joining Halverson Horseshoeing, he worked on ranches in the Salt Lake City, Utah area, Jackson, Wyo., and Missoula and Billings, Mont.
Halverson Horseshoeing was started in June 1976 by Bill Halverson with the first trim being a little white pony. From there it has grown to cover over seven counties in Northeastern Wisconsin and Upper Michigan. With over 37 years in the business, Halverson had decided to slow down, hiring Buser as the chief farrier. Halverson Horseshoeing at one time covered Wisconsin, Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, Iowa, North Dakota and Minnesota.
Appointments can be made with Buser by calling Halverson Horseshoeing at 715-923-2806.
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