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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
This wonderful book is back in print after being unavailable for some time. In it a professional foaling attendant describes pre-foaling preparations, watching the mare, stages of labor, postpartum mare care, getting the foal to stand and nurse, care and handling of the newborn, things that might go wrong and what you can do about them. The desc...
Season 1, Episode 8 of this program which originally aired on RFD-TV. First, the crew visits a Civil War re-enactment and works with some very old tress with historic significance. Next, they're off to the Waverly Yard Sale to buy some plowing equipment. Then, take a quick look at boxelder burls for bowl turning, and, finally, some tips on pulli...
Sleighs come in numerous styles, as ably demonstrated by Ursula Baier, a volunteer at Skyline Farm in North Yarmouth, Maine. Ursula takes you on a guided tour of the Skyline Farm collection of sleighs and cutters, pointing out the features that make each one unique. Then Robyn Cuffey of West Buxton, Maine, shows the proper techniques for driving...
In this concise, well-illustrated booklet, harnessmaker Barb Lee explains the concept of balanced draft where the horse's center of gravity is considered when fitting a neck or breast collar, positioning the traces and mounting the singletree. 49 pages. Many photos and illustrations. 8-1/2 x 11 inches. Softcover.