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FIELDS OF PEACE
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They Did It with Horses
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The February/March 2014 issue of Rural Heritage is now available. See the list of great stories we offer in this issue.
Get your issue at Tractor Supply, Farm & Fleet (Beginning Feb 1) or order a subscription for delivery to your mailbox or computer.
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
Features: Hitching Safely A Productive Life Healing with Comfrey Hay Shortage Solutions Minimizing Hay Waste Why Does My Mule Do That? Fungus AMong Us Horse Haying Upper Canada Village Why do you? A Farm Plan for Small Acreages Heritage D...
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
By Mary Martin, James Thompson & Tina Skinner. Follow the history of logging as it unfolds across the United States, from the virgin forests of the East, to the towering redwoods of the West Coast. Historic photography, much of it beautifully hand tinted, captures images of the early woods, the woodsman, and the machines of this important ...
Bill Balfrey's family came to the remote Northern CA town of Etna by covered wagon in the 1850's. As Bill was growing up he made friends with the Smith brothers Bill and Ralph, who, in the early 1900's, delivered the mil by mule train from Etna to Sawyers Bar and points down river. Come along with the two Bills, Ralph, and others as they take ...