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Western Maine Horseshoeing and Trimming

PO Box 30 East Dixfield ME 04227 US

Payment Methods: 

Cash, Check, Credit Cards all accepted on-site

E-billing available for approved clients

2020 RATES 


 Barefoot Trim*



$20 goat/ $30 alpaca


 Front Shoes- Steel


 All Around Shoes



starting at $30/pr*

Specialty Shoeing

 Most Glue-Ons


 Specialty (most aluminum)

  + $25 to base price

Winter Shoes (includes studs and pads)

$140/fronts or $230 all around $1/mile


 Travel Fee (for out of area clients)


 Convenience Charge for credit card payments


*Base price. Additional fees apply for individual cases or specialty applications (aluminum, synthetic, therapeutic pad/packing).

** $30/each goat if not combined with horse trims. Minimum fee per visit of $45.

Service Area and Travel Fees

My primary service area is western Maine (Franklin County) and clients within a 30 mile radius of Wilton do not pay any trip fee.


Clients outside this radius pay $1/mile trip fee.


You can always avoid paying a travel charge by trailering-in to our farm!


Click here for details.


Your horse may require a little extra TLC. Sometimes it's just 10 or 15 minutes of patience, and that's part of what I consider standard farrier work. When I begin to feel more like a trainer or punching bag than a farrier, however, I will charge a training fee.


For horses who need more time than the scheduled farrier visit permits, I offer trailer-in training at our farm. Our large, 5' high, cedar round pen provides a safe comfortable setting for horses with behavioral issues to learn how to stand for the farrier.


One time training fee during appointment: $45


Fallen on hard times?

I've been there, and I want to help you keep your horse sound. If you can't afford to pay, I may consider trading my services for work around our farm (stall cleaning, clearing brush, etc) or for in-kind goods (garden transplants, meat, canned food, etc). Contact me for details.