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America's Rural Yesterday-Volume I: Fieldwork
On sale 20% OFF for one week only October 20-27
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
Driving Horses is the classic reference guide for people who drive horses, whether on the farm, in competition, or as a business. Driving Horses explains what you need to know to work with your horses safely and efficiently.
This is a very exciting two-part DVD series. Steve teaches a new teamster how to ground drive his green team starting from the round pen to the wagon. He will help the mule and teamster learn to communicate through the lines. When Steve is on the wagon, you will hear and see how he corrects and communicates. 1 hour 15 minute, 2 DVD set.
In this video Steve Edwards reveals some of his time-tested methods for gaining a mule’s respect, including: communication through the bit; handling lines to back, whoa, and turn; using a come-along hitch to build foundation training; halter work to get the mule soft and supple; training a mule to pick up its feet on demand; surcingling to get t...
The annual directory of manufacturers and services useful to draft horse, mule and horsedrawn enthusiasts. Plus: Features: A Reader Aks About A groundhog thresher Farm Fresh: Sweet Potatoes Do It Yourself: Make an Upside Down Tomato Pla...
Features: Shop Made Hoof Picks Woodland Management: Using a Farmstead Approach Training for Safety: The First Drive Reel Oxen Training Getting Started Using Draft Horses - Part 2 Beekeeping for Beginners Good Farming Apprenticeship Network 2010 Ohio & US P...