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The August/September 2014 issue of Rural Heritage is now available.  See the list of great stories we offer in this issue.

NEWSTAND CUSTOMERS: We have found a new newsstand distributor for our magazine starting with the Oct/Nov issue.  In response, we are again offering FREE SHIPPING on the current single issue. Get the Aug/Sep issue of Rural Heritage delivered to your door for the regular newstand price of $6.75, while supplies last. Better yet, order a subscription for delivery to your mailbox!

2007 Summer, Rural Heritage Magazine Issue 32/4

2007 Summer, Rural Heritage Magazine Issue 32/4


Our price: $6.75



A Classic Show Manager
Plowin’ Hard but Havin’ Fun
Four-Legged Movie Stars
Growing up with Georgia Mules
C’mon, Let’s Go to the Fair
The Anniversary
Starting Your First Steers
Don’t Miss the Fryeburg Fair
Just for Kicks
Lessons Learned, New Challenges
The Ultimate Treasure Hunt
So, You Want to Be an Ox Drover?
Presidential Carriages

A Reader Asks about... a Dump Cart
The Wheelwright: Restore a Wagon Box
Farm Fresh: To Grow a Tomato
Rusty Iron: Famous Ohio Line
Reflections: Making Hay
Grandma’s Kitchen: No-Bake Cookies
Horse Logic: Emotional Neutrality
Hoof & Hammer: A Lesson Relearned

Other products

  • The Grand Tradition of the Waverly Horse Sale

    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.


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  • Duncan Notecards - Icy Morning

    12 Cards. 7" x 5". Original Art by Robert Duncan. No Verse Inside. CARD 3059


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  • Roofs and Rails

    A book filled with useful information on building a horse barn.


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  • Starting a Team

    Using a patient and customizable approach, Dave Feltenberger teaches a horse to be caught, become accustomed to bridle and harness,t then be driven as a single and put with a teammate Softcover. 100s of black and white photos. 100 pages. 6x9 $14.95

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  • Barns Legacy of Wood and Stone

    Come tour some of Vermont's most picturesque barns. View the soaring haylofts, time-worn milking parlors and massive timbers cut from surrounding forests. Visit 200-year-old barns and see how the structures evolved over time. Get a close-up look inside and out and view the weathervanes, cupolas and silos that make each barn unique. See how barns...


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  • Low-Impact Forestry Workshop

    The annual Low-Impact Forestry Workshop at the Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association's Common Ground Woodlot in Unity, Maine, offers a place for small woodlot owners to learn and practice sustainable woodlot management with the team of consulting foresters who are working to improve the MOFGA woodlot. This video shows some of the pract...


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  • 2012 Stand Up Desk Calendar

    This calendar stands on its own easel on your desk, featuring one page per month, with a color photo of draft horses on each page.


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  • 2011 June/July, Rural Heritage Magazine Issue 36/3

    Features: Farm Kids Logging for a Living Tom Woolridge: A Journey Back to Rural Roots Are We Raising Too Many Horses? Insects in My Garden Finding Your Way 2011 Ohio Plowing Contest Little Loggers Earth, Wind, and Music Advanced Training for Sa...


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  • 2009 Autumn, Rural Heritage Magazine Issue 34/5

    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&...


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