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The August/September 2014 issue of Rural Heritage is now available.  See the list of great stories we offer in this issue.

NEWSTAND CUSTOMERS: We have found a new newsstand distributor for our magazine starting with the Oct/Nov issue.  In response, we are again offering FREE SHIPPING on the current single issue. Get the Aug/Sep issue of Rural Heritage delivered to your door for the regular newstand price of $6.75, while supplies last. Better yet, order a subscription for delivery to your mailbox!

Rural Heritage Subscription - Two Year USA

Rural Heritage Subscription - Two Year USA


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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.

Note: If ordering after press date (January 5, March 5, May 5, July 5, September 5 or November 5), your subscription will not start until the next issue (ie, if you order on January 6th, your subscription will begin with the April/May issue). To start your subscription with the most recently printed issue, you will need to select the current issue subscription type above.

Other products

  • Stables & Shelters

    Pictorial guide to laying out and furnishing a small stable, a field shelter, a feed storage area, and a tack room all illustrated in color; 24 pages, 7.5x9.5 stapled booklet.


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  • Starting Colts in Harness I

    Cathy Zahm takes us through the first three days of her very successful program for training draft horses.


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  • Farmall Acres

    A Michigan man single-handedly builds an agriculture museum featuring rare and vintage tractors and horse equipment. 22 minute DVD 2012 RFD episode


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  • Starting a Team

    Using a patient and customizable approach, Dave Feltenberger teaches a horse to be caught, become accustomed to bridle and harness,t then be driven as a single and put with a teammate Softcover. 100s of black and white photos. 100 pages. 6x9 $14.95

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  • Simple Living 4: On Location with Taylor Johnson and the Historic Arcola Mills

    Season 1, Episode 4 of this program which originally ran on RFD-TV. A visit with Hayward, Wis., horse logger Taylor Johnson. Learn some great directional felling tecniques as Tim teaches a course at the historic Arcola Mills, near Stillwater, Minn. 30-minute DVD


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  • Duncan Notecards - An Early Start

    These cards, all by acclaimed artist Robert Duncan, measure 5"x7" and are blank inside. There is one style per box, and each box has 12 cards with envelopes.


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  • Building a Multi-Use Barn

    This book expands on the typical barn-building guide to include instructions for also accommodating a carpenter's shop, artist's studio, office or apartment. Softcover. 8-1/2 x 11 inches. 233 pages. Over 300 b&w photos and illustrations.


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  • Organic Farming Manual, The

    A comprehensive manual on growing, certifying and marketing organic produce, gains, meat and dairy, for beginning farmers or those seeking to transition to organic from traditional farming techniques.


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  • Duncan Notecards - The Cranes Flew

    12 Cards. 7" x 5". Original Art by Robert Duncan. No Verse Inside. CARD 3040


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