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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
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.
Correct handling, health care, and training during the first year establish a strong foundation for the rest of a horseís life. This up-close, photographic guide leads you through the process of raising a foal from birth to weaning, including what citical developmental signs to look for and how to perform key procedures at each stage. With this...
Episode 1 of this program which originally ran on RFD-TV. Host Tim Carroll shows some of the basics of farming with horses, from plowing to planting to buying the right kind of seeds. Plus, Tim's Tips and Tricks. 30-minute DVD
An unabridged publication of the 1909 Elkhart Manufacturing Companyís profusely illustrated catalog. Featuring 140 different models including cabriolets, flat-bottom and jump-seat surreys, phaetons and spiders, Stanhopes, storm buggies, Concords, spring wagons, a wide assortment of harness, and more.
Features: Heritage Homes British Horse Logging !: Harness Those Were the Days: Neighbors to the Rescue Montana's Draft Horse Capital Whittling away at NAIS Reclaiming Bess and Kate Surprise Birthday Bash Walking the Historic Pembina Trail ...
Our Driving Horse Wall Calendar features the best in full-color photography of these magnificent animals in a practical and useful format. The calendar is 12" wide and 19" tall (when opened).