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The New Horse-Powered Farm is our special this week. 20% off for only one week, Oct 27- Nov 3. Only $32.00.
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.
April Fool's Day at the Plow
He Loves Percherons
A Monument to Teamwork
Good Farming Apprenticeship Network
Moving Big Bales
Economics of Ecoforestry, Landowner's Perspective
Island of Distrust
Discipline and Working Cattle
A Warning and a Ray of Hope
Why Worry about Your Horse's Teeth?
Lessons on Ox Loading
Harvesting a Dream
Guest Editorial: Shoeing Stocks
A Reader Asks about... Bradley Spreaders
The Evener 19th Annual Work Horse, Mule & Ox Directory
Farm Fresh: Learning to Learn
Horse Logic: Green Horse—More Lessons
Hoof & Hammer: Treating Wounds
The Wheelwright: Chuck Box VII
Rusty Iron: Grain Drills
Meet the people behind iconic sale. Arnold Hexom started the Waverly Sales Company in the 1940s and was joined by Bill Dean in 1964. The sale attracts people from across the country to bid on hundreds of horses, wagons, plows, spreaders, harnesses, collars and more. 1 hour, 15 mins.
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...
Features: A Day at the Beach...Muleskinner Style Trout Fishing at Milking Time Bruce Matthews - Old Tools & New Philosophies Gullies, Ditches and Erosion Control USDA Looks to Start Final Push on NAIS Twin Percheron Foals A One-of-a-kind Bull More th...
Features: A View from Holmes County Horse Progress Days 2009 No Electricity? No Worries! The Many Steps in…Going Organic Starting a Team VII: Ground Driving Keeping the Home Fire Burning for Momma The Wisdom of Cattle: Work Hard or Be Eaten HPD2009-Doc&...
Features: Hauling Trash with Horses Dreams Do Come True Restorative Forestry Is Barefoot an Option Amendment to Block Animal ID License to Keep Animals Full Compliance Debunking Horse Myths A Simple Way to Move Loose Hay Horse Feve...
A week-at-a-glance engagement calendar, America's Rural Yesterday features 55 vintage black and white photos of rural life in the 1920s and 30s. The calendar measures 12" x 9" when opened.