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The February/March 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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Features: Hitching Safely A Productive Life Healing with Comfrey Hay Shortage Solutions Minimizing Hay Waste Why Does My Mule Do That? Fungus AMong Us Horse Haying Upper Canada Village Why do you? A Farm Plan for Small Acreages Heritage D...
Season 1, Episode 10 of this program, which originally ran on RFD-TV. Come along on a big adventure, a three-week logging camp at the Warner Nature Center near Stillwater, Minn. The area was devastated by tornadoes, now Tim and the crew come in to set up camp. This episode contains several great tips from Tim. 30-minute DVD
Horse logger and farmer from Franklinville, New York, Brandt Ainsworth shares his knowledge of harnessing, collaring, bridling, and grooming a work horse. Using as models ten beautiful, and hardworking draft horses - Percheron, Belgian, Brabant, and Spotted Draft - Brandt demonstrates a variety of harness, including martingale (bellybacker) harn...
An extensive collection of horse-drawn vehicles including wagons, carts, vans, trolleys, coaches, sleighs, buses, cabs, fire-fighting equipment, and much more.
Come tour some of Vermont's most picturesque barns. View the soaring haylofts, time-worn milking parlors and massive timbers cut from surrounding forests. Visit 200-year-old barns and see how the structures evolved over time. Get a close-up look inside and out and view the weathervanes, cupolas and silos that make each barn unique. See how barns...