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It's at the printer! Pre-order today and your books will be mailed as soon as they arrive in our warehouse (expected in late November). $24.95.
The October/November 2014 issue of Rural Heritage is now available. See the list of great stories we offer in this issue.
NEWSTAND CUSTOMERS: Rural Heritage magazine is again on the shelves at Tractor Supply stores throughout the US. Pick it up there or, better yet, subscribe and have it delivered right to your home.
The authors give detailed explanations of how to train your horse for a safe drive. They emphasize communicating with your horse so he understands what you want him to do and looks to you for for direction. The book includes easy-to-follow illustrations and photographs. 71 pages. 6 x 9 inches. Softcover. Margaret Beeman with Ona Kiser.
NEW - this book is now available in digital form from iBooks. If you are interested click here.
Janus explores the history of dairy farming, specifically in Wisconsin. This book includes the stories of current dairy farmers in their own voices and is, ultimately, a celebration of the people, families and communities that arise from living off the land. Beautiful color photographs, plus vintage black and white photos. 208 pages. 7 x 9 inch...
In this new addition to his popular collection of instructional videos, Brad demonstrates both with one of his own mules and with an untrained mule how to be effective with groundwork techniques, make your mule responsive to your bit, rein and leg cues, stop and back your mule, introduce neck reining, and more. DVD, 120 min.
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 produ...
This book contains the wisdom that comes from 20 years of running a donkey stud in England. The book starts with tips on what to look for when choosing your first donkey--good temperament being primary among the important features. Proper conformation is described and both good and bad points are illustrated.