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Save 15% when you pre-order your 2015 Wall and Appointment Calendars. The calendars will be in stock mid to late August and will be shipped immediately. Offer ends August 1.
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The June/July 2014 issue of Rural Heritage is now available. See the list of great stories we offer in this issue.
NEWSTAND CUSTOMERS: When the nation's second largest magazine distributor went out of business in late May, millions of magazines were not placed in retail outlets. Among them was the June/July issue of Rural Heritage Magazine. In response, we are offering FREE SHIPPING on this single issue. Get the June/July 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 or computer and avoid any delays in getting your issue in the future!
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
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?
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
Author-Sue Weaver The essential, expert instruction and advice you need to successfully raise miniature livestock. Sue Weaver clearly explains the ins and outs of breeding, feeding, housing, diet, nutrition, exercise, disease prevention and treatment, and much, much more. Whether youíre a new or an experienced farmer, youíll find everythin...
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.
Sale Price will show at show in your cart. Newly discovered photographer Pete Wettach took tens of thousands of photos of rural Iowa during the 1930s and 40s while working as a county supervisor for the Farm Security Administration. This book displays the best of them. 160 pages. 9 x 10 inches. H...
An excellent resource for those who want to start logging with horses, this spiral-bound book discusses harness, logging equipment, horse care, how to set up the job site, log loading, securing customers and buyers and the business side of running your own logging operation.