Precision Farrier Tools Since 1946
A BRIEF HISTORY
History of GE Forge & Tool
In 1946, George Earnest setup a small shop
in Klamath Falls, Oregon, to fill requests for custom-made horseshoeing tools. One farrier told another about nippers that cut better and lasted longer than any others, and the enterprise grew.
The business has changed ownership and location several times since, but the tools that are named for George Earnest still make the shoer’s work easier and hold up better under hard use than all the rest.
Our pledge to our customers is to continue this tradition of excellence, combining the craftmanship of skilled hands with modern methods and machinery, to produce superior tools.
Beth Garner – Owner: 1973-1993
Precision Farrier Tools
Years In Business
G.E. Dealers Globally
Innovative ideas for Innovative Future
How it all started
Since 1973, the Garner family has owned and operated G.E. Forge & Tool®. During this time, they have developed and produced many industry leading products. This tradition is continuing into its third generation with no end in sight. Our high quality staff aim to give you the customer service and quality product you deserve.
From left to right – Tomas Morales (5 years), Vicente Tafoya (26 years), Edgar Gutierrez (8 years), Juan Tafolla (27 years), Martin DeLeon (36 years), Ryan Madrilejos (5 years), Jesus Mayo (6 month), Eddie Bausley (4 years), Daniel Rayray (1.5 year), Juan Zaragoza (6 months), Jonathan Garcia (1 year), Stacie Beall (1 year), Josh Garner (3rd generation Owner/Operator)