BFBA

British Farriers & Blacksmiths Association

Forge Magazine

Forge Magazine is the official publication of the British Farriers and Blacksmiths Association (BFBA).

Forge is published six times a year in January, March, May, July, September and November and a hard copy will be sent to all UK registered farriers and apprentices in addition to a number of international subscribers.

Forge is an essential communication tool between farriers, the industry regulatory bodies and educational providers, and companies providing goods and services to farriers and blacksmiths.
 

Forge Knowledge

Alongside Forge is a brand new BFBA members and subscribers supplement, Forge Knowledge. It has long been a desire of the Association to provide members with added value without compromising our contact with all farriers. This educational supplement is in the form of editorial and/or research papers written by farriers and equine industry professionals. The BFBA is delighted to confirm that this content will be accredited for CPD points by the Farriers Registration Council, where eligible, and farriers wishing to validate their points will need to complete a short online quiz which will be accessible online below each issue as it is published.

 

Forge Magazine - November 2019

 

 

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Record your CPD! -

Forge Knowledge, is available to BFBA members and subscribers ONLY and it is not published online alongside the main magazine. To subscribe please do get in touch or apply to JOIN the Association by completing the online form.

 

Take the Survey Monkey quiz (2 CPD points) - John Craig PhD and Monique Craig BSCE, APF: Calibration for radiography of the equine hoof


 

The Team

Editor - Gill Harris

Mobile: 07773 790257

Email: harris.gill@gmail.com

 

Marketing and Advertising Sales - Holly Flack

Mobile: 07984 808445

Email: membership@bfba.co.uk

 

Editorial Panel - Claire Brown, Carl Wain, Craig D’Arcy, Ben Benson, Mark Aikens and Marc Jerram