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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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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 essential handbook for understanding why horses do what they do uses simple, straightforward language to describe what horses like and don'e like, discuss the physical and evolutionary forces that shape equine behavior, and explain why horses react to certain things in ways that don't make sense to us but are perfectly normal from an equine...
More than 100 photographs by famed photographer J.C. Allen of field work including planing, tilling, harvesting and more. Includes shots of threshing, corn shelling, milling, haystacking. Horses, mules, oxen, vintage tractors, and stream engines provide the power back when rural life was the norm. Many photos have never before been published.
Features: Building a Leg Vice Anatomy of a Horse Pull Converting a Western Style Harness to D-Ring Preparation = Prevention = $ Advanced Safety Training - Crossing Unfamiliar Objects Werner Wagon Works Preserves the Past Fix it the First TIme What a Year! Arno...
A bittersweet, but wonderful account of a rural Ohio community during the first half of the 20th Century. A retired English professor, McCormick writes with authority and elegance about life on his family’s farm where his parents struggled to maintain a largely self-sufficient way of life. 208 pages. 6" x 9".