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BRINGING IN THE HAY
On sale for 15% off
$24.00 $20.50 one week only! April 21-28.
The April/May 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 is here and it is time to discount our 2014 calendars.
All wall and appointment calendars are now only $9.50 each including shipping. Sorry, only for shipping to addresses within the US.
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
A very useful, highly-recommended guide to growing vegetables to feed your family. Loaded with specific instructions for a variety of conditions, the book includes a discussion of why certain gardning methods work better than others. The emphasis is on practical traditional gardening methods, rather than the latest, modern techniques. 349 pages....
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 ...
Features: Hauling Trash with Horses Dreams Do Come True Restorative Forestry Is Barefoot an Option Amendment to Block Animal ID License to Keep Animals Full Compliance Debunking Horse Myths A Simple Way to Move Loose Hay Horse Feve...