OverviewSome barns have specific areas for farriers and vets to work in.
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I worked in upstate New York for 12 years and there is nothing colder than putting on surgical gloves and suturing a would in below freezing temperatures. Nothing. The fingers become numb more rapidly than bare fingers.
Once I was working in Connecticut and it was 14 degrees F outside. I worked in short sleeves and a down vest in a closed door wash rack that had radiant heat built into the concrete floor. I worked all day in comfort.
If you can, you should try to make a safe, clean, and comfortable working area for all the professionals that visit your barn to work. They don’t have to be fancy, but anything just shows your respect for the professional.
In a large working barn, it also keeps the professional activity away from the daily work flow making everyone’s life easier.
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