Matthew Pederson removes the shoes Sept. 9 he will replace on Little Buddy, his fiancé’s horse. Pederson is establishing his business the Minnesota River Area Farrier. “You can’t just take a shoe out of the box and nail it on,’’ says the rural Watson resident, also seen at left shaping a shoe. Tribune photo by Tom Cherveny
Rural Watson man builds impressive clientele one year after turning his hand to farriering
Looking for a job where you can’t be replaced by a computer or a machine? Matthew Pederson has found it, and he’s working to make it his full-time business.
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