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April 14-21, while supply lasts.
The April/May 2014 issue of Rural Heritage is now available. See the list of great stories we offer in this issue.
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April is here and it is time to discount our 2014 calendars.
All wall and appointment calendars are now only $9.50 each including shipping. Sorry, only for shipping to addresses within the US.
Rural Heritage is published 6 times a year and is dedicated to covering issues relating to draft animal power, small farm crop and livestock production, self-sufficient living, organic and natural gardening, sustainable agriculture, and other aspects of our rich rural heritage that can be used today to make the small family farm more productive and self-sufficient. 2 Year Subscription.
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Chestnut pulls Mr. Decker's delivery wagon, and on the day of a special birthday party has lots of deliveries to make, but after loading his wagon Mr. Decker falls asleep in his chair, so Chestnut sets out on his own to make the deliveries in this charming story depicted in attractive watercolor paintings.
If you keep livestock or tend a garden that's vulnerable to wildlife predators, you know that a good fence is essential for protecting your investment. But with all of the new options available today -- and the many challenges posed by terrain, weather, and predators -- it's often hard to determine what type of fence meets your needs. That's why...
Season 1, Episode 8 of this program which originally aired on RFD-TV. First, the crew visits a Civil War re-enactment and works with some very old tress with historic significance. Next, they're off to the Waverly Yard Sale to buy some plowing equipment. Then, take a quick look at boxelder burls for bowl turning, and, finally, some tips on pulli...
A sketchbook of distinctly American inventions, curiosities, and lore starting with A (axe and almanack) and working through Z (zax and zig-zag fence), each described and beautifully illustrated with black-and-white sketches that include a fair number of draft animal items such as jack sled, sleigh, snow roller, dog mill, peddler wagon and more.
The calendar is 12" wide and 19" tall (when opened), with one large color draft horse photo and several smaller color photos for each month. It features the best in full-color photography of these magnificent animals in a practical and useful format.