A BEGINNER'S GUIDE TO SHOWING DRAFT HORSES. This book covers what judges look for,grooming your horse for the show ring,what to bring to the show,what to bring to the show,how to safely transport horses,shoing for the showring,showing at halterand in harness,tail tying,mane rolling,preparation at home.Includes sources for show supplies and other valuable references. -128 pages.140 b&w photos. -7 1/2" x 10".Hardcover. -By Robert Mischka.
A quarterly journal.That covers the topics of natural farming and stock raising,alternative farm research/inquiry, horsedrawn implement research & development horsedrawn equipment sales, and related education.Interesting reading for the farm minded individual.10 ½” x 13 ½”.
By Lynn R Miller This book covers such topics as : choosing,housing,feeding,harnessing,hitching and working the draft horse.Wonderful photos and drawings help explain the text.A book that every draft horse owner should have.336 pages.8 1/2" x 11".Softcover.
By Robert Mischka. This is a picture book organized into twelve photo essays.There are stories about the 1992 National Belgain Show,the belgain Championship II Show,the Live Oak Show,and the Milwaukee Circus Parade.Other stories cover the Budweiser and the Reminisce Hitches,the Nevada City (California) Carriage Company,Old-Time Horse Logging,Horsepulling in the midwest,farming with horses and Work and Field Days. 160 pages 8 1/2" x 11".Softcover.
By Owen Brumbaugh A good book on training the buggy horse and the driver.Has lots of illustrated drawings and some photos.48 pages.5 1/2" x 8 1/2".Paperback.
A very informational book on plows and plowing for draft horses. Covers everything from walking plows to gang plows.Also a chapter on laying out your fields.Lots of pictures and diagrams. â€¢By Lynn R. Miller. â€¢368 pages. â€¢8 1/2" x 11". â€¢Softcover.
By Robert Mischka An overview of today's draft horse and mule scene. Chapters on how to find vehicles and equipment for draft horses and learning to use your horses .An excellent book for newcomers or a great gift book. 290 full color photos. 176 pages.8 1/2" x 11".Hardcover.
-Illustrations in full color of photos,drawing patterns with some measurements of -Saddles -Chaps -Bridles -Saddle packs -Pack equipment -Hunting equipment -Halters -Hobbles -Breast collars -9 1/2" x 11" Softcover, over 350 pages By John Hopper
By Lynn Miller In this big book Miller offers in-dept information on mowers, rakes, hayloaders, buckrakes, stackers, tracks and trollies for barns, hay fork systems, balers, wagons,feed sleds, forecart adaptions and much more. It also covers how to build loose hay stacks and wagon loads as well as unloading and feeding systems. 366 pages. Hundreds of illustrations. 8 1/2" x 11". Softcover.
By Bob Mischka 168 pages with over 300 color photos. 9 x 11 inches. Every year Bob Mischka takes thousands of photograghs of some of the best driving horse turnouts in the world.We can only use a few in our calendar and so he has put the best of his shots from the 2004-2005 season in this book.It is simply the best collection of driving horse photographs available anywhere. Hardcover with 165 pages
By Steven Leslie The first book of its kind focusing on small scale commercial vegetable farming with horses. Although this book is geared towards market gardening, much of the information applies to all kinds of horse-powered farming. Covers necessary information for experienced and novice teamsters in Getting started with workhorses, Merits of different draft breeds, Various training systems for both horse and teamster, Haying, seeding, and raising small grains, In-depth coverage of tool systems, Managing a woodlot, farming economics, education, agritourism, A comprehensive resource directory in also included. •346 Pages •8" x 10" •Soft Cover
By Dr. Beth Valentine, DVM & Michael Wildenstein. Veterinarian Beth Valentine discusses how to guage your horse’s health, special dietary needs of heavy horses, the particular disorders that affect draft horses, how to safely administer medicine, starting a draft foal, and more. Farrier Mike Wildenstein covers how to maintain a sound hoof, judging soundness, and other hoof-related topics. •8 1/2 by 11 inches. •238 pages. •Hundreds of black-and-white photos and illustrations. •Softcover.