The average pay for a Farrier is €18,559 a year and €9 an hour in Italy.
The average salary range for a Farrier is between €15,773 and €22,089.
On average, a High School Degree is the highest level of education for a Farrier.
This compensation analysis is based on salary survey data collected directly from employers and anonymous employees in Italy.
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Inspects, trims, and shapes hooves of horses, selects or makes shoes, and fits, shapes, and nails shoes to horses' hooves.
Removes worn or defective shoe from hoof, using nail snippers and pincers.
Examines hooves to detect bruises, cracks, and infections and to determine trimming required.
Cleans, trims, and shapes hooves, using claw, knife and snippers.
Measures hooves, using calipers and steel tape.
Selects aluminum or steel shoe according to hoof measurements and animal usage.
May place leather pad, sponge, or oakum-pine tar mixture on bruised or cracked hoof for protection.
Shapes shoe to fit hoof, using swage, forge, and hammer.
Nails shoe to hoof and files hoof flush with shoe.