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Hot off the presses - our newest book comes from long time Rural Heritage contributor Ralph Rice. Entertaining and endearing stories of life of farming. Delightful reading for young and old.
OCTOBER/NOVEMBER 2015 issue of Rural Heritage is now available. See the list of great stories we offer in this issue. EXTENSIVE Horse Progress Days coverage.
NEWSTAND CUSTOMERS: Rural Heritage magazine is on the shelves at Tractor Supply stores throughout the US. Pick it up there or, better yet, subscribe and have it delivered right to your home - for less money.
Calendars are in!
Features: Berg Farm Plow Day Where Driving Differs A De-shelled Horn A Farm Plan for Small Acreages, Part 1 Stationary Steam Out to Pasture Doug Strickland, North Carolina Artist Horse Hoof Stewardship Guinea Fowl Last Garden Planting Dates ...
This video will teach you The Basics of: trimming, balance of the hoof, shaping the shoe, fitting shoe to hoof and teaching your mule or donkey to stand still. 1hr 40 min. DVD
Features: Clippings from Donn's Mower Shop: Knife Replacemet Seeking the Elusive Point of Draft Looking for Work Where You Can Find It Work Horses in the Market Garden Part 2 Love Those Bumble Bees Fertility Management Part 3 Emeral Ash Borer Columbia M...
Features: Lessons Learned Preventing Wrecks Grandpa's Milking Stool Winter Harvest Cantharidin: Blister beetle Weapon History & Horses Bio-Energy Ins & Outs Rain Gardens A Modern Mowing Machine War Horses Live & Let Live
The authors give detailed explanations of how to train your horse for a safe drive. They emphasize communicating with your horse so he understands what you want him to do and looks to you for for direction. The book includes easy-to-follow illustrations and photographs. 71 pages. 6 x 9 inches. Softcover. Margaret Beeman with Ona Kiser. ...
One of the most combrehensive general training books we have found. This book discusses horse training from handling the newborn foal to re-training a spoiled mature horse, and covers how to train your horse in the years between (as a weanling, yearling, two-year-old, etc.).
Features: Shop Made Hoof Picks Woodland Management: Using a Farmstead Approach Training for Safety: The First Drive Reel Oxen Training Getting Started Using Draft Horses - Part 2 Beekeeping for Beginners Good Farming Apprenticeship Network 2010 Ohio & US P...