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FIELDS OF PEACE
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They Did It with Horses
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The February/March 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.
The authors give detailed explanations of how to train your horse for a safe drive. They emphasize communicating with your horse so he understands what you want him to do and looks to you for for direction. The book includes easy-to-follow illustrations and photographs. 71 pages. 6 x 9 inches. Softcover. Margaret Beeman with Ona Kiser. ...
Season 1, Episode 10 of this program, which originally ran on RFD-TV. Come along on a big adventure, a three-week logging camp at the Warner Nature Center near Stillwater, Minn. The area was devastated by tornadoes, now Tim and the crew come in to set up camp. This episode contains several great tips from Tim. 30-minute DVD
In this new addition to his popular collection of instructional videos, Brad demonstrates both with one of his own mules and with an untrained mule how to be effective with groundwork techniques, make your mule responsive to your bit, rein and leg cues, stop and back your mule, introduce neck reining, and more. DVD, 120 min.
In this five DVD set, you will see Steve teaching mule riders from Montana, Arizona and Colorado. The students have not trained equine or had any foundation colt starting before this DVD. All mules are totally trained and ridden by the owners. This video will teach you Ground foundation, Sacking Out, Bitting, Saddling First Ride, Back, Stop, Rei...
Introduction to horse-safe fences - including wire strand, woven wire, Jackleg, post and rail, post and plank - and selecting the most suitable fencing for a large or small pasture, corral, paddock, or training pen. Contents: 1. Fencing Tools 2. Choosing the Right Fence Posts 3. Anchor Posts and Braces: The Backbon...
Each year the Museum hosts an intensive three-day workshop led by well-known New England drovers, along with an experienced support staff. These specialized training courses offer individual attention and are designed to increase the ability of modern-day ox teamsters to understand the art and value of farming and logging with oxen. In this prog...
Detailed explanations to help you identify the different colors and understand how they occur, illustrated with 34 beautiful full color prints of oil paintings depicting various breeds - including black and gray Percherons, six colors of sorrel Belgian, and lots of Quarterhorses - nice enough to frame