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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!


2007 Holiday, Rural Heritage Magazine Issue 32/6

2007 Holiday, Rural Heritage Magazine Issue 32/6


Our price: $6.75




Charlie Pinney
USA Plowing Contest 2007
Just What the Doc Ordered
Natural Teamstership
Self-Taught Equine Artist
A Unique Forecart
Low-Tech Threshing
Ohio State Plowing Contest 2007
Lazy Hoof Trimming
Poplar Snacks
NAIS Hot Spots
Defending Your Rights
Ox Pulling Contests
Care and Feeding of Working Steers
A Journey to Remember
See the Working Horses Work
Index 2007 (Volume 32, Numbers 1-6)
My Cousin the Sod Buster

Guest Editorial: Slaying Goliath
A Reader Asks about... a Sweep
What Am I Bid? Cheap Horses
Good Farming Apprenticeship Network
Teamster Tips
Grandma’s Kitchen: Incredible Eggs
Horse Logic: Gender Differences

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  • Driving Horses: How to Harness, Align, and Hitch Your Horse for Work or Play

    Driving Horses is the classic reference guide for people who drive horses, whether on the farm, in competition, or as a business. Driving Horses explains what you need to know to work with your horses safely and efficiently.


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  • Folks this ain't normal

    Salatin discusses how far removed we are from the simple, sustainable joy that comes from living close to the land and the people we love. Salatin has many thoughts on what normal is and shares practical and philosophical ideas for changing our lives in small ways that have big impact.


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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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  • Maple Sugaring Story, The

    Maple sugaring was an early practice of native North American Indians and of European settlers in the New World, and is still the first farm crop of the year following the cold New England winter. This video interweaves legend, science, song, history and geography to tell the story of the maple industry. This is made for kids. 28 min DVD


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  • You Can Farm

    A veritable compendium of information, Joel pulls from his eclectic sphere of knowledge, combines it with a half century of farming experience, and covers as many topics as he can think of that will affect the success of a farming venture. He offers his 10 best picks for profitable ventures, and the 10 worst. He covers insurance, record keepi...


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  • Rural Heritage Digital Edition

    Bimonthly journal featuring 116 pages or more of advice on equipment, techniques, and breeds by experienced draft animal handlers. Six issues per year include an annual update of the special resource edition The EVENER Work Horse, Mule & Oxen Directory and Guide. Your ultimate source for knowledge on the use of horses, mules and oxen f...


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  • 2010 May/June, Rural Heritage Magazine Issue 35/3

    Features: Buying and Selling Rural Property During Uncertain Times Training for Safety: Using the Inside Rein in Turns Sweeping Recovery Starting a Team XII: Hitching Single Shoeing & Hoof Care of the Logging Horse Aunt Dorothy Finding the Rain Crow Healin...


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  • A Basket of Holiday Joy

    16 Cards. 5" x 7". " B & W Photos with a hint of color from the J.C. Allen collection.


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  • Percheron Horse in America

    During the work horse era there were three times more Percherons than all other draft breeds combined. This book covers the breed from 1848 to 1990.


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