Thursday, 27 January 2011

BioLargo and the Kentucky Horseshoeing School Form Alliance to Promote Equine Health Through Education and Technical Training

BioLargo, Inc. (OTCBB: BLGO) today (1-26-11) announced that through its wholly owned subsidiary Odor-No-More that it has joined forces with the prestigious Kentucky Horseshoeing School to develop and test preventative products that establish the highest ‘Standard of Care’, for the equine industry. Focusing primarily on the foot of the animal, the teams will work together to address major concerns in hoof health.

"The Kentucky Horseshoeing School produces some of the best farriers in the world” stated Joe Provenzano, Odor-No-More, Inc. President. "The technical and scientific education delivered is exceptional and we look forward to working with the staff and the students.”

“We understand the Odor-No-More products and the BioLargo Technology,” stated Mitch Taylor, Kentucky Horseshoeing School, Director. “BioLargo Technology has a major role to play in protecting animals and the feet of an animal are especially critical for survival. At the school, we teach sound practices based on cutting edge science. That is exactly what the BioLargo Technology offers…science based solutions that can easily be integrated into daily management routines, to make a real difference in the way we manage hoof health issues, safely and effectively.”


Recognized throughout the farrier industry as a top clinician and educator, Mitch stays actively involved in all aspects of the farrier profession. In addition to his work at KHS, he conducts numerous clinics for the international farrier and veterinary community and volunteers extensively with the American Farriers Association, where he has served on the Board of Directors and as Education Committee Chairman.

Mitch has served on the American Farriers Association Editorial Review Board for many years. In addition he has hosted, and instructed the “Darley Flying Start” Program for many years which is an international management training program for potential thoroughbred industry leaders. The course syllabus which Mitch teaches touches upon several aspects of anatomy of the leg and foot ,practical foot care and shoeing, corrective farriery, and shoeing the problem horse.






About Kentucky Horseshoeing School
Founded in 1978, the Kentucky Horseshoeing School has continually focused on primary and continuing education, drawing upon the best of traditional practices as well as the newest research to become the premiere farrier education center in North America. January 4, 2010, KHS proudly opened the doors to their new campus near Lexington, Kentucky. Situated on 40 acres of rolling pasture, the new Kentucky Horseshoeing School exceeds all expectations. Throughout North America and around the world, you will find KHS graduates working at the top of the farrier industry, shoeing world champions of all breeds and providing leadership within the farrier and equine communities. Visit: http://www.kentuckyhorseshoeingschool.com









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