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America's Rural Yesterday books.
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June/July 2015 issue of Rural Heritage is now available. See the list of great stories we offer in this issue.
NEWSTAND CUSTOMERS: Rural Heritage magazine is on the shelves at Tractor Supply stores throughout the US. Pick it up there or, better yet, subscribe and have it delivered right to your home - for less money.
USA Plowing Contest 2007
Just What the Doc Ordered
Self-Taught Equine Artist
A Unique Forecart
Ohio State Plowing Contest 2007
Lazy Hoof Trimming
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
Grandma’s Kitchen: Incredible Eggs
Horse Logic: Gender Differences
Renowned veterinarian Robert Miller discusses a serious equine problem. Topics include the causes of lameness, tips on keeping your horse sound, how vets determine where a horse is lame and information on the latest treatments from Shane Miller, DVM. DVD, 1 hour, 30 minutes
Rural Heritage is published 6 times a year and is dedicated to covering issues relating to draft animal power, small farm crop and livestock production, self-sufficient living, organic and natural gardening, sustainable agriculture, and other aspects of our rich rural heritage that can be used today to make the small family farm more produ...
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.
See the "Forty Mile Desert" of Nevada the way the Pioneers saw it! This annual Trek follows the original route of the Gold Rush-Era pioneers to California via the Carson Route, for a 75-mile stretch between Lovelock and Fallon, Nevada. This was the deadliest section of the entire trail, due to lack of water and food for several days...