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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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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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Breeding Manager Melissa Brown outlines her Artificial Insemination breeding program and foaling protocol for Belgian draft horses. Filmed at Rx Acres, Brookston, Indiana during the birth of one their foals. 22 minute DVD. 2013 RFD episode originally aired 7/5/2013.
A very useful, highly-recommended guide to growing vegetables to feed your family. Loaded with specific instructions for a variety of conditions, the book includes a discussion of why certain gardning methods work better than others. The emphasis is on practical traditional gardening methods, rather than the latest, modern techniques. 349 pages....
Watch Jack Strode and Malcolm Jessup as they begin to train a team of draft mules. The video takes you, step-by-step through the crucial first four days of training. Jack is legendary in his ability to train mules, but his methods are a little heavy-handed and may be dangerous for the newcomer or amateur.
The first book of its kind focusing on small scale commercial vegetable farming with horses. Although this book is geared towards market gardening, much of the information applies to all kinds of horse-powered farming. The many profiles featured throughout the book furnish real specimens of working farms that are successfully using draft horses...