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The December 2014/January 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 again 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.
Features: The Cost of Using Horses Forecarts Compared 2014 National Hand Cornhusking Competition Whorls and Swirls Fitting a Collar NMDHA Field Day Where are the Monarchs? Build Your Own Road Grader Vintage Harvest Reflections - Listing Heav...
Written by an old-order Mennonite harnessmaker and the publisher of the leather workers' journal Shop Talk, this huge volume explains in detail how to make each part of six different styles of harness, then shows show how to assemble the parts into a harness, complete with all the necessary hardware. Each chapter ends with a "short recipe...
Season 1, Episode 6 of this program, which originally aired on RFD-TV. Tim travels to the Midwest's larges horse sale: the Waverly Horse Auction in Waverly, Iowa. He shows what he looks for in a good horse to use in the woods. Includes an interview with Rick Schwark, owner of an ethanol plant, about the advantages of this alternative fuel. Also,...
Whether a weekend gardener or a dedicated small farmer, the Hobby Farm the idealistic lifestyle of country--living for pleasure and profit. Lavishly illustrated with color photos. Topics include agriculture, fruit growing, gardening, raising livestock, farm safety, selecting a farm, and more. 256 pages. 10.5 x 10 inches. Softcover.
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...
A week-at-a-glance engagement calendar, America's Rural Yesterday features 55 vintage black and white photos of rural life in the 1920s and 30s. The calendar measures 12" x 9" when opened.