The EVENER Online Business Directory was started in 2012 as a new way of accessing businesses with links to both emails and websites. The EVENER Business Directory print edition was published and included in subscribers' copies of the April/May issue up unitl 2013. With business searches increasingly conducted on the internet, we discontinued the print edition.

Those businesses included are our advertisers and supporters of Rural Heritage throughout the year. For inclusion in this directory, please see our business office. Print copies of the EVENER Business directory are available for sale by calling our office at 877-647-2452.

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    Art & Photography

    Caskey Studios

    112 S 2nd St., Albia, IA 52531
    phone: 641-799-5508


    Visit my online art gallery for draft horse prints and originals

    Henning Gallery

    Rozan Henning, E 21001 Henning Rd, Augusta, WI 54722

    phone: 715–286–2464



    Draft horse theme, original paintings, art prints and greeting cards.


    4 State Draft Horse & Mule Sale

    Chester Palmer
    phone: 918-542-6801

    May 2-3, 2014 October, 2015, Civil War Arena,Carthage, MO

    California Draft Horse & Equipment Sale

    Dan Baumgardner, PO Box 6632, Visalia, CA 93292

    mobile: 559–334–7731



    Oct 31 - Nov 1, 2014-Tulare County Fairgrounds, Tulare, CA; Draft horse, mule, wagon, equipment & harnesss

    Central Wisconsin Horse Sale

    Randy & Julie Reineck, Granton, WI 54436

    phone: 715–238–8088,



    (4 Days) April & September—Clark County Fairground, Neillsville, WI; draft horses & mules, driving horses,
    saddle horses, tack,horse-drawn machinery, buggies, sleighs, antiques, collectibles, etc.

    Colorado Draft Horse & Equipment Auction

    Harley & Pat Troyer, 10910 W County Road 28, Fort Lupton, CO 80621

    Phone/fax: 970–785–6282



    April 4-5 & October 3-4—Adams County Fairgrounds, 18 miles north of Denver, Colorado; draft horses
    and equipment; July—same location, light driving horses, mules, and carriages.

    Dixie Horse and Mule Sale and Carriage Auction

    Dean Beachy, PO Box 367, Berlin, OH 44610

    phone: 330–893–3541
    fax: 330–893–3545

    March 21-22 & Nov 28-29, Iredell County Fairgrounds, Trautman, North Carolina; tack, wagons,
    buggies, carriages, horse farming equipment, draft horses, mules

    Indiana Haflinger & Draft Pony Sale

    Richard Miller, 260-499-4639



    March 28-29—Michiana Events Center, Howe, IN

    Mid–Ohio Draft Horse & Carriage Sale

    Steve, Thurman & Chester Mullet, PO Box 82, Mt Hope, OH 44660

    phone: 330–674–6188


    March, June & October—Mt Hope Auction, Mt Hope, OH; draft horses and related equipment

    Northern Ohio Pony, Horse & Mule Sale

    NODPA Sale Committee, 15432 E Twp Rd 8, Attica, OH 44807

    phone: 567-224-0603



    June 27-28-Wayne County Fairgrounds, Wooster, Ohio; registered Haflingers, grade ponies and mules, tack

    Pennsylvania Draft Horse Sale LLC

    Dale K Stoltzfus, 1006 Log Cabin Rd, Leola, PA 17540

    phone: 717–940–4412,



    January - Pennsylvania Farm Show Building, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; draft horses, wagons, tack

    Topeka Draft & Driving Horse Auctions

    Topeka Livestock Auction, Robert Bale, PO Box 279, Topeka, IN 46571

    phone: 260–593–2522
    fax: 260–593–2258

    email: marketing@auctions–


    Draft Horse Sale: March & Oct.Driving Horse & Equipment Sale; Feb, April, June, Aug, & Oct. Carriage, Antique & Horse sale; June, & Oct

    Waverly Midwest Horse & Equipment Sale

    Ron Dean & David Beyer, PO Box 355, Waverly Iowa, 50677.

    phone: 319–352–2804
    fax: 319–352–5642



    2014 Sales - March 25-28 & September 30 - October 3—Waverly Sales Barn, Waverly, Iowa

    Yoder Brothers Auction Service

    LeRoy & Willis Yoder, 9484 S Rogers Ave, Clare, MI 48617.

    phone: 989–386–9082

    web: #2701

    April & May, Aug & Sep— draft horses, Standardbreds, farm equipment, buggies, carriages,harness, tack, tools.


    Ludwig, Ray

    552 Old Post Rd, Tolland, CT 06084-2837
    phone: 860-875-5117

    The Pride & Joy of Working Cattle book covering selecting a breed, training, making and using equipment.

    Mischka Press

    Joe Mischka

    PO Box 2067, Cedar Rapids IA 52406
    phone: 319 362-3027; fax: 319-362-3046

    Books about farming and logging with draft horses, mules, oxen and donkeys.
    Call or write for catalog. Publisher of Rural Heritage Magazine.

    Tillers International

    Lori Evesque

    10515 OP Ave E, Scotts, MI 49088
    phone: 269-626-0223, toll-free: 800-498-2700



    See website for a list of publications.

    Wild Horse Books & Art

    Kayo Fraser

    255 Boulder Rd, Deer Lodge, MT 59722
    phone: 406-846-3686,

    Books and plans for building horse drawn vehicles; books and videos on driving and
    training horses; harness-making; model kits and more.


    Mischka Press

    Joe Mischka; PO Box 2067, Cedar Rapids, IA 52406 ; toll-free: 877-647-2452



    Draft horse, driving horse, mule and donkey calendars.

    Carriage Service

    Carriage Operators of North America

    1648 N Hancock St, Philadelphia, PA 19122
    phone: 651-303-4157



    Promoting the humane welfare of carriage animals,quality carriage and customer service and the professional carriage industry.

    Cedar Knoll Farm, LLC

    Terry & Elaine Joseph, 57 Kimball Rd, Lisbon, CT 06351

    phone: 860–376–8110,
    mobile: 860–908–4669



    Offering fine horse-drawn carriages, wagons & sleighs for weddings and all occasions



    Doc Hammill’s Horsemanship Workshops

    Doug (Doc) Hammill DVM and Cathy Greatorex, PO Box 1494, Eureka, MT 59917

    phone: 406–250–8252,


    Over 35 years of teaching people to gently, safely, and effectively drive and work horses, mules, and donkeys in harness.
    Workshops featuring safe, effective, gentle/natural horsemanship at the ranch in Montana and in other states. Learning
    opportunities for beginners to experienced teamsters. Specialty workshops on haying, farming, logging, multiple hitches,
    teaching horses to drive and more.

    Fraser School of Driving

    Alex & Kayo Fraser, 255 N Boulder Rd, Deer Lodge, MT 59722
    phone: 406–846–3686,



    Enhance your skills driving horses for work, pleasure or competition;

    beginners welcome. Safety clinics for commercial wagon/carriage businesses. Open year round.

    Heartland Horseshoeing School

    Chris Gregory, 327 SW 1st Ln, Lamar, MO 64759

    phone: 417–682–6896,



    Teaching the art and science of farriery, send for our catalog or visit our website;
    virtual farrier at village_smithy/ Addressing your hoof care concerns.

    NW Michigan Draft Horse Driving School

    Dan Hubbell, 400 E 8th St, Traverse City, MI 49686

    phone: 231–947–5600,



    Learn to drive singles, teams and multiple hitches during 3-day school held each August on
    Bob Mampe Farm in Traverse City, Michigan.

    Queen Valley Mule Ranch

    Steve Edwards,
    1855 W Running Deer Rd,

    Queen Valley, AZ 85219

    phone: 602–999–6853,



    Clinics for training mules and mule handlers led by respected mule expert Steve Edwards.

    Sanborn Mills Farm

    Colin and Paula Cabot, 7097 Sanborn Rd, Loudon, NH 03307

    phone: 603-435-7314



    Traditional New Hampshire farm offering workshops in blacksmithing, draft animal power and more.

    The Farm at Prophetstown

    PO Box 331, Battle Ground,
    IN 47920

    phone: 765-567-4700

    fax: 765-567-4736



    Draft horse workshops on many topics including breeding, hitching, driving, farming, health, feeding,
    first aid, foraging and more.

    Yoder Beginner’s Horsemanship School

    Alvin Yoder, 5232 State Route 515, Millersburg, OH 44654.

    phone: 330–893–2562 (voicemail)


    Four days hands–on driving and learning about draft animals in the beautiful hills of eastern Ohio, in the
    heart of America’s largest Amish community.


    My Draft Horse Super Store

    Cathy Grandstaff, 12182 Bruce Rd, Utica, OH 43080

    phone: 740–892–3045
    fax: 740–892–4934

    Apparel and custom embroidery

    Collars, Hames & Pads

    Coblentz Collar Ltd.

    Marion Coblentz, 3348 US Route 62, Millersburg, OH 44654.
    phone: 330–893–3858
    fax: 330–893–1166

    Custom made collars: all–leather Irish, split–leather Irish, all–purpose, heavy pulling, field, show, buggy,
    adjustable; free catalog, also your source for quality waist belts.

    Peach Lane Harness Shop

    Abner S Esh, 88 Peach Ln,
    Ronks, PA 17572

    phone: 717–687–5122 (voicemail)

    Leather horse collars from mini to draft.

    Shetler’s Collar Shop

    Harvey M Shetler, 5819 Flatiron Rd, Conewango Valley, NY 14726

    Manufacturers of horse & pony collars, ornamental collars. Write for a free price list.

    Sugar Valley Collar Shop

    Amos Fisher, 18 Wagon Wheel Ln, Loganton, PA 17747

    phone: 570–725–3499

    Manufacturer of collars for work, ponies, driving, show, pulling; farm and pulling hames and pads; free catalog

    Working Horse Tack

    Marlin Wengerd, 7204 County Rd 201, Millersburg, OH 44654

    phone: 330-776-8225



    Collars and pads for every horse and mule. Call today for a fast friendly quote,or visit us online. Amish made in the USA.



    Tillers International

    Richard Roosenberg, 10515 E OP Ave, Scotts, MI 49088
    phone: 269-626-0223,

    toll-free: 800-498-2700



    Traveling demonstrations of oxen and heritage crafts

    Eveners & Neck Yokes

    Anny’s All-In-One

    Siri and Holmberg, PO Box 369, Philo, CA 95466
    phone: 707-895-2582



    One tool, many implements, Anny’s is ideal for small horse driven farms, market gardens or wineries.

    Beachy Blacksmith

    Beachy Blacksmith, Ltd

    Aaron Beachy, 8149 Twp Rd 662, Dundee OH 44624

    phone: 330-359-0147
    fax 330-359-0196

    Manufacturer of formed steel eveners, pipe eveners, neck yokes.We ship UPS. Ask for free price list.

    Peach Lane Harness Shop

    Abner S Esh, 88 Peach Ln, Ronks, PA 17572

    phone: 717–687–5122 (voicemail)

    Wooden eveners and neckyokes.

    The Evener Shop

    Noah Troyer, 6840 Township Road 568, Holmesville, OH 44633

    phone: 330-674-0851 (voicemail)

    Manufacturer of eveners, neckyoke, single trees, fertilizer spreader/seeder, hay feeders.

    Working Horse Tack

    Marlin Wengerd, 7204 County Rd 201, Millersburg, OH 44654

    phone: 330-776-8225



    Eveners, neckyokes and equipment for ll of your draft needs. Visit us online or call today!


    2014 Annual Gathering of the Draft Animal Power Network

    Rebekah Perry, 509 Dutton Lane, Brownington, VT 05860

    phone: 802-763-0771



    September 26-28 at the Cummington Fairgrounds, Cummington, Massachusetts. A low-key event
    dedicated to building a community of people dedicated to the practical application of draft animal-power
    within the context of sustainable land use. The weekend will include various demonstrations and
    conversations about draft animals in various applications including farm tasks, garden work and woodlot.

    2015 Draft Animal Power Field Day

    Rebekah Perry, Contact; 509 Dutton Lane, Brownington, VT 05860

    phone: 802-763-0771



    An event dedicated to celebrating and growing the use of draft animal-power through education, demonstration & networking
    opportunities related to the practical application of draft animal-power within the context of sustainable land use. See a wide
    variety of demonstrations, educational workshops and presentations about the use, care and application of draft animals.
    Contact us or visit our website for details, vendor, exhibitor & sponsor information as the 2015 event comes closer.

    Bluegrass Draft Horse & Mule Championship

    Jo Jo Duvall, PO Box 25, 112 W 12th St, Beaver Dam, KY 42320.

    phone: 888-388-7203
    fax: 270-274-4071

    email: jojo.communityequine@gmailcom

    June 7, 2014– Western Kentucky Univ Ag Expo Center, Bowling Green, Kentucky; overweight mules and split overweight mules.

    Country Fair and Horse Pull at the Farm at Historic Prophetstown

    Dris Abraham , 3534 Prophetstown Rd, Battle Ground, IN 47920

    phone: (765) 567-4700



    Annual country fair includes two horse pulls, demonstrations, and a farm show.

    Draft Horse Classic

    Nevada County Fairgrounds, PO Box 2687, Grass Valley, CA 95945

    phone: 530–273–6217
    fax: 530–273–1146



    September 18-21—Nevada County Fairgrounds, Grass Valley, California; singles to 8–up hitches, log skidding,halter class, more.

    Horse Progress Days

    Dale Stoltzfus, 1006 Log Cabin Rd, Leola, PA 17540

    phone: 717–940–4412.



    July 4 & 5, Mt Hope, Ohio; field demonstrations of new and adapted horse–drawn equipment and draft breeds. 20th annual event

    Midwest Ox Drovers Association Gathering

    at Tillers International, 10515 E OP Ave, Scotts, MI 49088

    phone: 269-251-7069



    June 20-22, 2014— Scotts, Michigan; guest speakers, presentations, competitions, raffle, silent auction, fun and fellowship.

    Small Farmer’s Journal Horsedrawn Auction & Swap Meet

    A.J. Farris, P O Box 1627, Sisters, OR 97759

    phone: 800-876-2893, 541-549-2064



    April 24-27, Jefferson County Fairgrounds, Madras, Oregon. Four days of Auction and Swap Meet to include Harness,
    Blacksmith Tools, Horsedrawn Implements, Carriages, Wagons, Old Tractors, Motors and MORE!

    Southern Sustainable Agriculture Working Group (Southern SAWG)

    Shari Hawley, PO Box 1552, Fayetteville,AR 72702

    phone: 479-251-8310


    Practical tools and solutions for sustaining family farms. For serious organic and sustainable farmers. Annual conference in January.

    Virginia Percheron Association Annual Field Day

    Mary Ann Kisamore, 261 Jerusalem Chapel Rd, Churchville, VA 24421

    phone: 540-292-1132


    May 24, 2014- Spring Field Day in Weyers Cave, Virginia.

    Farm Equipment

    Atlantic Draft Horse Supply

    Richard MacKenzie, 327 Cedar Rd, Maitland, Nova Scotia, Canada B0N 1T0

    Phone: 902-261-2022



    Atlantic Canada Distributor for Pioneer, I & J, Lancaster Spreader, Yoders Stocks.

    Bar-Bar-A Horse & Livestock Drinkers

    4010 W 3600 N, Plain City, UT 84404

    phone: 1-800-451-2230



    Clean, fresh moving water drinkers, all automatic and electric free.

    Brubaker, Leon M

    2150 Chapman Hollow Rd, Port Trevorton, PA 17864

    New and used machinery, parts, plow shares, mower parts, Pioneer equipment.

    E–Z Spreader Mfg

    Junior M Erb, 1951 County Road 70, Sugarcreek, OH 44681

    phone: 330–852–2666

    fax: 330-852-1997

    Spreaders, mower parts, forecarts, wheelbarrows, children’s wagons. After market parts for New Holland equipment.

    Fair Winds Farm

    Jay Bailey, 513 Upper Dummerston Rd, Brattleboro, VT 05301

    phone: 802-254-9067



    Rebuilt mosing machines, mower and mowing workshops, draft horse workshops.

    Farmer Brown’s Plow Shop

    Jim Brown, 309 SR 92 South, Tunkhannock, PA 18657

    phone: 570-836-8004



    Plows, plow handles, parts, points, push cultivators (, wheel hoes, farming equipment.

    I&J Manufacturing

    Jacob K Blank, 5302 Amish Rd, Gap, PA 17527

    phone: 717–442–9451

    Fax: 717-442-8305



    Crop management implements including cultivators, forecarts, walk behind plows, rotary rakes, sickle bar mowers.

    IVA Mfg Co

    Benuel Blank, Jr, 175 Church Rd, Narvon, PA 17555

    phone: 717–768–0747

    All types of crop spraying equipment, free range chicken coop.

    Mascot sharpening

    Mascot Sharpening & Sales

    Omar S Fisher

    434–B Newport Rd, Ronks, PA 17572.

    phone: 717–656–6486 (7-7:30 AM)

    “Deluxe” lawn and garden equipment; Gang & trail mowers, push reel mowers. push garden cultivators, brochure available.

    ME Miller Tire

    Ed Miller, 17386 State Highway 2, Wauseon, OH 43567

    phone: 419–335–7010



    Hay mower and hay rake tires, and other hard–to–find tires

    Miller’s Repair Shop

    Eli Miller, 2945 S 050 W, LeGrange, IN 46761;

    phone: 260-499-3318
    fax: 260-499-3344

    Manufacturers of horse drawn farm equipment such as forecarts, cultivators, manure pump, straw chopper. Repair all farm machinery

    Mullet’s Machinery & Parts, LLC

    LeRoy Mullet, 6870 S State Route 5, Topeka, IN 46571

    phone: 260–593–2960

    Reconditioning spreaders and mowers, parts; manufacturer of mini, pony, Haflinger, and draft forecarts, and wagon gears.

    Pioneer Equipment Inc.

    16875 Jericho Rd, Dalton, OH 44618.

    phone: 888-857-6340
    fax: 330-857-0296

    Plows, harrows, forecarts, wagon gears, and other quality equipment, full–color catalog

    Shipshe Farm Supply

    Maynard and Esther Miller,

    2380N 925W, Shipshewana, IN 46565

    phone: 260–768–7271 (voicemail) fax: 260-768-7366

    Equipment from I&J, Pequea Machine, Pioneer, White Horse, more. Manufacturer of the Shipshe cultimulcher.

    Stoltzfus Welding & Rentals LLC

    Elmer Stoltzfus
    76 S Vintage Rd, Paradise, PA 17562

    phone: 717–442–9148

    fax: 717-442-9216


    Steel and aluminum fabrication, hay tedders, forage wagons, trailer & truck beds & racks

    White Horse Machine

    5566 Old Philadelphia Pike

    Gap, PA 17527-9769

    phone: 717-768-8313

    Plows, forecarts, welding, hardware, machine work. Call for Brochure.

    Working Horse Tack

    Marlin Wengerd, 7204 County Rd 201, Millersburg, OH 44654

    phone: 330-776-8225



    We are your Pioneer Equipment dealer. Visit us online or call today for a fast friendly quote!


    Farrier Suppliers

    Electric Hoof Knife

    Electric Hoof Knife

    Allen DeWolf, PO Box 302, Tallahassee, FL 32302

    phone: 877-320-8203



    The Electric Hoof Knife is the first and only power tool designed specifically for hoof trimming. Using chainsaw disc technology, it can cut through the toughest, hardest hooves with ease and is simple for anyone to learn how to use.

    Farrier Product Distribution

    Dan Burke, PO Box 1328
    Shelbyville, KY 40066

    phone: 800-468-2879



    Kerckhaert Draft Horse shoes and many other farrier products


    Aaron Lee Farrier Service

    Aaron Lee, 328 Boiceville Rd, Brooktondale NY 14817

    phone: 802-272-1900


    Tompkins County, New York, Ithaca and surrounding region

    Alec’s Farrier Service

    Michael G Alexander, Pensacola FL

    phone: 850-206-4295

    Florida Panhandle, South Alabama

    Box Forge

    Phillip Box Jr., 7051 County Road 53, Notasulga, AL 36866

    Phone: 334-740-4455,


    Auburn and surrounding areas

    Calderon Draft Horse Shoeing

    Pablo Calderon, 10727 Larch Ave, Bloomington CA 92316

    phone: 909-728-6067

    email:; Facebook

    Big or small, I shoe them all. Willing to travel. Please call, shoeing draft horses, rubber shoes available.

    Carolina Equine Services

    Tim Dover, PO Box 1127, Travelers Rest, SC 29690

    phone: 864–246–6646
    mobile: 864–270–2627



    Farrier in the Upstate South Carolina and western North Carolina.

    Dahl’s Farrier Service

    Jason Dahl, PO Box 101, Mira Loma, CA 91752

    Phone: 951-538-4932;


    Draft horses & mules

    Darrell Christopherson Professional Farrier Service

    Darrell Christopherson, 5395 West Saanich, Victoria BC V9E 1L7, Canada

    phone: 250-884-1990


    Vancouver Island and suurounding gulf islands

    Dave the Farrier

    David Dow

    8979 Highway E, Houston, MO 65483

    phone: 417-260-1148


    Missouri, Northern Arkansas. Problem horses. Specialize in problem horses.

    Dennis Cappel Farrier Services & Horsemanship

    Dennis Cappel, 66 White Wildlife Rd., Silex, MO 63377

    phone: 314-486-4065



    Missouri, Illinois, and other Midwest states; more than 30 years experience.

    Dogwood Forge & Farriery

    Chip Crumbly CJF, AWCF, 185 Orchard Way, Calhoun, GA, 30701

    phone: 706-346-8706


    Cartersville, Acworth, Powder Springs, Kennesaw, Marietta, Woodstock, Alpharetta, Milton, Calhoun.

    Iron Rose

    Dan Rasmussen, 21277 640 Ave,Rose Creek, MN 55970

    Phone: 507-584-6743

    mobile: 507-438-1625


    Southern Minnesota/Northern Iowa, shoeing and trimming of draft horses, mules, all types

    John S Hammond Horseshoeing

    John Hammond,1356 Route 12A, Cornish, NH 03745

    phone: 603–542–5802

    mobile: 603–558-0006


    Draft horse farriery in New Hampshire, Vermont, and Massachusetts, 40 years experience

    Precision Horseshoeing

    Bryan Payne, 3856 E. Loyola Dr., Kenner, LA, 70065

    mobile: 504-430-1675


    Central to south Louisiana, Mississippi

    Rene C Petz III Horseshoeing, LLC

    Rene Petz, 28536 Ross’s Trail, Albany, LA 70711

    phone: 985-320-5515


    Trimming and shoeing minis and drafts, donkey/mules, corrective/therapeutic. Over eight years experience.

    Southeast Draft Shoeing

    Bruce Matthews 1771 CR 192, Liverpool, TX 77577

    phone: 281-414-3098


    39 years experience in shoeing all breeds, 18 years specializing in riding-cart-hitch-pulling draft.

    Todd Gorton Farrier

    Todd Gorton, 14761 Beeler Rd., Cabool, MO 65689

    phone: 417- 962-0106

    Will Lent Horseshoe Co.

    5800 W. Woodrow Rd., Shelby, MI 49455

    phone: 231-861-5033
    fax 231-861-8097



    36 years of experience building draft horse shoes and shoeing.



    Maple Hill Tarp Shop

    Henry Kauffman , 1536 140th St, Hazelton, IA 50641

    Custom made hay bags, binder canvases, wagon, boat, truck and cycle covers; tents and awnings. New and repair work.


    Martin’s Miniature Replicas

    Annie Martin, 1404 Arthur St. N. RR 1, Elmira, ON Canada, N3B 2Z1
    phone: 519-669-9837

    One-sixteenth scale antique farm equipment: threshing machines, steam engines, wagons, hay loaders, binders and more

    Spring Valley Woodworking

    Spring Valley Woodworking

    Isaac Lapp, 3806–C Yost Rd, Gordonville, PA 17529

    phone: 717–355–9366

    Reproduction lawn & garden collectibles including wooden wagons and wheelbarrows.

    Harness/Hardware /Tack

    Big Black Horse LLC

    Jeff & Ginny Pomije, 1471 Langford Trail, New Prague, MN 56071

    phone: 507-602-0920



    Work, buggy and Comfy Fit harness for minis to drafts, bits, harness parts, collars & pads,
    Pioneer Equipment dealer, Bird-in-Hand carriages, books, gifts, embroidery and more!

    Bowman Harness

    John Bowman, 6928 County Road 77, Millersburg, OH 44654

    phone: 330-893-4151

    fax: 330-893-0093

    Quality leather and BioThane draft and driving harness and horse supplies, free catalog


    Dianna May
    435 Mays Rd, Sagle, ID 83860

    phone: 208–263–3538,


    Proven manure catch bag for city carriage, parades, trolley service, saddle horses.

    Center Square Harness Shop

    J Samuel Esh, 246 Forest Hill Rd, Leola, PA 17540

    phone: 717–656–3381

    Custom leather draft harness for farm, parade, show; also whip manufacturing.

    Clinton Harness Shop

    Rudy & Kathryn Miller
    14335 SR 4, Goshen, IN 46528

    phone: 574-533-9797

    fax: 574-533-9779

    Leather, Biothane and Brahma Webb harness.

    Crystal Valley Harness Shop

    Paul & Martha Yoder, 13641 CR 22, Middlebury, IN 46540

    phone: 574–825-7565

    Leather & synthetic harness & accessories

    Gordon’s Harness Shop

    Scott Allen
    9256 Barnes Rd, Vassar, MI 48768

    phone: 989-871-3785

    Call for a price list, catalog or more information. New lightweight Granite draft harness from 22 lbs. New location and showroom.

    Hog Branch harness

    Hog Branch Harness

    Ken & Wanda Bauerle, PO Box 290, Purvis, MS 39475

    phone: 601-408-0817; 601-794-5064



    BioThane harness for work or pleasure

    Hoof ’n Paw Harness Shop

    Robert J Basile, 168 Starks Rd, New Sharon, ME 04955

    phone: 207–778–3903

    Repairing harness and tack; working with leather, nylon and biothane.

    Kalona Harness Shop

    David M Gingerich

    824 Sixth St, Kalona, IA 52247

    New harness, oiling & repair, nylon halters and saddle reconditioning

    LaVerne’s Harness Shop

    LaVerne Schmucker, 9190 S 430, Chouteau, OK 74337

    phone: 918-476-6098 (voicemail)

    New harness sold and old repaired, some saddle repair.

    Meader Supply Corp

    23 Meaderboro Rd, Rochester, NH 03867

    phone: 603–332–3032

    toll–free: 800–446–7737

    fax: 603–332–2775,



    Harnesses in leather, bio-thane, and nylon, plus many more products; call for catalogs.

    Midwest Leather Co

    William A Plank, 14378 N. 5350 W. Garland, UT 84312

    Phone: (435) 257-7880
    toll free 888-211-3047

    fax (435) 257-7336



    Harness for farm, single driving, logging, mules; free catalog.

    Miller’s Harness

    Orva H & Freda Miller, 3060 S 200 W, LaGrange, IN 46761

    phone: 260–499-4481, Ext. 2

    Leather, Biothane, Granite harness and accessories, oiling and repair

    My Draft Horse Super Store

    Gary Grandstaff, 12182 Bruce Rd, Utica, OH 43080

    phone: 740–892–3045
    fax: 740–892–4934



    Harness and supplies

    N & E Harness Shop

    Noah & Emma Shetler, 11638 North East Rd, Conewango Valley, NY, 14726

    Custom built harness for show, pleasure or work. Nylon and bio. Horse training.

    Ohio Plastics Belting Co.

    John Satink, 6140 Manchester Rd, Akron, OH 44319 (Factory)

    PO Box 593, Columbia Station, OH 44028 (mailing)

    phone: 440–243–7621

    toll–free: 800–357–5070

    fax: 440–243–5326



    Ohio–thane urethane coated webbing

    Orchard Hill Products

    Walter M Stauffer, 180 Woodthrush Ln, Mt Pleasant Mills, PA 17853

    Drive, draft & pulling harness, harness pads, BioThane and Beta.

    Peach Lane Harness

    Peach Lane Harness Shop

    Abner S Esh, 88 Peach Ln, Ronks, PA 17572

    phone: 717–687–5122 (voicemail)

    Nylon & biothane harness for show, logging, pulling, fieldwork, driving, pony.

    Queen Valley Mule Ranch

    Steve Edwards, 1855 W Running Deer Rd, Queen Valley, AZ 85219

    phone: 602–999–6853



    Steve Edwards’ Signature Series Mule saddles.

    Samson Harness Shop, Inc

    Bernie Samson, 6543 Akonerva Rd, Dept RH, Gilbert, MN 55741

    phone: 218–865–4602


    Manufacture harness since 1975, miniature to draft; plus full line of collars, pads, hames, halters, eveners, sleigh bells and more. Catalog available.

    Shipshewana Harness & Supplies

    Bob Schrock, 815 N Van Buren, Shipshewana,IN 46565

    phone: 260–768–7254
    fax: 260–768–7131



    Draft horse harness and supplies.

    St Paul Saddlery

    Gary Ruhlman, 953 7th St W, St Paul, MN 55102

    phone: 651–222–5616,



    Manufacturing harness since 1908; work & buggy, leather & Bio, draft to mini; catalog.

    Tandy Leather Factory

    1900 SE Loop 820 Dept 14-RH, Fort Worth, TX 76140

    phone: 817-872-3200
    fax: 817-872-3122



    facebook: tandyleather

    Free 172-page Buyers’ Guide of leather, saddle and tack hardware, tools for leathercrafters and farm or ranch

    Troyer Harness & Equipment Company

    Harley D Troyer, 10910 County Road 28, Fort Lupton, CO 80621

    phone: 970–396-2099



    Bio–Thane harness in sizes from miniature to draft; draft halters, harness parts, bits, and more

    Warnercrest Farms Harness Shop

    Vince & Ann Warner, PO Box 92, Masonville, NY 13804

    phone: 607–265–3577

    Custom made harness as well as repair.

    Wengerd’s Harness Shop

    Allen R Wengerd, 6924 Township Road 323, Millersburg, OH 44654

    phone: 330–674–2795 (voicemail)

    Harness made to order, leather & bioplastic, harness repair, call or write for catalog

    Working Horse Tack

    Marlin Wengerd, 7204 County Rd 201, Millersburg, OH 44654

    phone: 330-776-8225



    For all your Harness and Tack needs call today for a fast friendly quote. Amish made in the USA.

    Yoders Nylon Works

    3649 Township Road 159, Sugarcreek, OH 44681

    phone: 330–893–3479

    BioThane coated nylon harness for all sizes. Show, parade, pulling, farm or pleasure driving. Custom sewing and repairs. Call for info.

    Horse & Mule Trainers

    Lane Ranch & Co

    George Lane

    42220 10th St W 101, Lancaster, CA 93534 phone: 661-942-0435


    Motion picture livestock & equipment

    Queen Valley Mule Ranch

    Steve Edwards, 1855 W Running Deer Rd, Queen Valley, AZ 85219

    phone: 602-999-6853

    Training mules and mule handlers

    Horse Care Products

    Community Equine

    Jo Jo Duvall, PO Box 25, Beaver Dam, KY 42320

    toll–free: 888-388-7203

    fax: 270–754–4071


    Draft horse vitamins and many other products for your pulling horse.

    My Draft Horse Super Store

    Gary & Cathy Grandstaff, 12182 Bruce Rd, Utica OH 43080

    phone: 740-892-3045

    fax: 740-892-4934



    “Everything your draft horse needs...but feed.”


    Bent Creek Farm

    J Cary & Janice Hall, 566 NE County Line Rd, Sadieville KY 40370

    phone: 502–863–9885

    mobile 859–509–0544


    Where pulling colts are raised

    Bessia Morgans

    Dorothea Hildreth,
    PO Box 133, Lima, MT 59739

    phone: 406-276-3339



    Morgan horses for work, sport and pleasure.

    Brown Shop Road Farm

    Leon Oliver, 1475 Brown Shop Rd,

    Cornersville, TN 37047,

    phone: 931–293–4156

    Mammoth Jack Stock, Pleasure Tennessee Walking horses, gaited ponies, nervous goats.

    Duck Flat Farms

    Duck Flat Farms & ThunderHoof Stables

    Luana Pesco Koplowitz, PO Box 318, Plainville, NY 13137

    phone: 315-689-7848



    Shire and Brabant draft horses, fiber sheep and goats, and Texas Longhorn beef cattle.

    Garrettland’s Farm

    Samuel J Yoder, 4121 Mason School Rd, Oakland, MD 21550
    No Sunday Sales

    Registered Suffolk draft horses; stud services available,horses and colts for sale yearly.

    Long Swamp Suffolks

    David Wojda, 6091 Collins Rd, Lachine, MI, 49753

    Phone: 989-379-4763


    ASHA suffolks

    Narrow Gate Farm

    Neal & Rebekah Perry, 509 Button Lane, Brownington, VT 05860

    phone: 802-754-2396



    Starting horses in harness for farm work, carriage businesses & pleasure, also starting horses under saddle.
    Training workshop & clinic schedule available on our website. We are available for harness & saddle training
    demonstrations around the Northeastern US & Eastern CA.

    Orndorff’s Belgians

    Christina Lemley & Corbly Orndorff, 112 Orndorff Rd, Waynesburg, PA 15370

    phone: 724–627–5809

    Shipping semen from top quality Belgian stallions with champion pedigrees.

    Plum Creek Percherons

    David & Renee Brown, 3430 S Kent Rd, Pearl City, IL 61062

    phone: 815-291-6296


    web: Like us on Facebook

    Percheron horses of all ages for sale.

    Read’s Suffolks

    Rodney Read, 4240 Goehring Rd, Ledbetter, TX 78946

    phone: 979–249–5795



    Suffolks for Sale

    Registered Percherons

    Tony & Linda Wallbank and family, 485 Highway 2, Creditville RR 1, Princeton, ON, Canada, N0J 1V0

    phone: 519-458-8331

    mobile: 519-575-5443

    fax: 519-458-8443


    Quality Percherons for sale, draft horse harness, farm equipment, wagon & sleigh rides.

    Royal Knight Shires

    Geryl & Missy Wade, Bedford, VA

    phone: 540-330-5480 or 540-330-5481



    Producing athletic and versatile Shire draft horses. Offering sales, training, driving, and stallion service.

    Rx Acres Belgians

    Dris Abraham, Melissa Brown, 8957 S 300 E Brookston, IN 47923

    phone: 765-479-0369



    Producing powerful, athletic and versatile Belgians for today’s horsepowered farm. Breeding stock and stallion service.

    Spuce Hill Fjords

    Lusty, David, 15035 Spruce Hill Park Rd NE, Miltona, MN 56354

    phone: 218–943–5581

    Producing powerful, athletic and versatile Belgians for today’s horsepowered farm. Breeding stock and stallion service.

    Spur Acres

    Tim & Jennifer Kaffenbarger, 4754 N Black Walnut Rd, Byron, IL 61010

    phone: 815–979–7424,




    Illinois home of Oberlanders (Sueddeutches Kaltblut)

    Wiley Woods Suffolks

    Maurice & Lynne Howe, Liza Howe, 6878 N Lake Rd, Lena, IL 61048

    phone:Maurice/Lynne 815-809-4395, Liza 815-821-2909,

    email: (Maurice & Lynne), (Liza)

    Horses for Sale

    Willow Creek Belgians

    Carlton & Eileen Zarling, S4544 County Hwy C, Hillsboro, WI 54634

    Phone: 608-489-3953,


    Raising quality registered Belgians, pulling blood lines.

    Willowtrail Farm Fell Ponies

    Jenifer Morrissey, PO Box 1034, Walden, CO 80480

    phone: 970-723-4316



    Young stock, usually for sale. Putting rare breeds to use.



    Allynn Farms

    Jeff Mutchler, 1260 Island Park Rd, Easton, PA 18042

    phone: 484-695-5546


    Logging in Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey. Belgian team, logging arch, flatbed and skid steer.

    Avery Logging

    Brian Avery, 8820 Tamarack Rd, Pittsford, MI 49271

    Phone: 517-215-3160


    Southern/Central Michigan, 25 years of logging experience

    Bear Hill Horse Logging

    Steve Perrine, PO Box 313, Frenchville, PA 16836

    phone: (716) 450-5756


    Will consider work in all areas, all of Pennsylvania south western New York, some areas in Virginia and West Virginia and Maryland. Have cut timber for 24 years, driven horses for 20 and logged with horses for about 15 years

    Country Dreams Farm

    Melissa Monty–Provost or George Weidle, 260 Pellerin Rd, Plattsburgh, NY 12901

    phone: 518–561–8941


    Northeastern New York — Clinton, Essex, and Franklin Counties

    Darnell Logging

    Daryl Darnell, 1392 Factory Creek Rd, TN 38485

    phone: 931-201-1475, 931-201-1445


    15 years experience working horses and mules in the woods. Work within 100 miles.

    Dennis Decker Sr

    Dennis Decker, 55 Laurel Lake Rd, Windsor, NY 13865

    phone: 607-467-4025


    Horselogging within 75 miles.

    Duquette et Fils

    Stephane and Chantal Duquette, 3022 Duquette, St Pascal Baylon, Ontario, Canada, K0A 3N0

    phone: 613-223-9001; 613-488-3981

    Logging around Ottawa for more than 20 years.

    Fay Schoonover Forestry

    Britton Schoonover, 9391 School Street, Shinglehouse, PA 16748

    phone: 716-378-5426



    We are a full service forestry and excavation firm. New York and Pennsylvania.

    Fitzmorris Horse Logging

    Mike Fitzmorris, 575 Twin Rocks Rd, Newfoundland, PA 18445

    phone: 570–351–7183


    Northeastern Pennsylvania.

    Focused on the Forest LLC

    Jenifer Morrissey, 54587 Highway 14, Walden, CO 80480

    phone: 970-723-4316



    North central Colorado, southeastern Wyoming, Prefer small projects

    French Hill Horse Logging

    Rick Alger, 354 French Hill, Milan, NH 03588

    phone: 603-449-2262,


    Precision harvesting in northern New Hampshire. 20 years experience.

    Green Mountain Boys

    Gordon Green, 34 Medbury Ave, Cuba, NY 14727

    phone: 585-968-9036
    mobile: 585-365-3157


    Allegany and Cattaraugus counties and surrounding areas.

    Healing Harvest Forest Foundation

    Jason Rutledge, 8014 Bear Ridge Rd, Copper Hill, VA 2407

    phone: 540-651-6355,



    Non-profit that promotes restorative forestry through “worst first ‘ single tree selection and modern animal powered extraction. A networking service for horse loggers worldwide.

    Last Hill Mule Farm

    Kenneth Tyndall, 915 Cairo Rd, Morven NC 28119

    phone: 910-978-9768


    Central North Carolina and Central South Carolina, mules, portable saw mill.

    Muleskinner Horse Logging

    Taylor Johnson, W3596 Hwy. 63, Springbrook, WI 54875

    Phone: 715-766-2162
    mobile: 715-416-1078


    Willing to work almost anywhere; mostly worked in Wisconsin, Minnesota, Michigan, Iowa and Kentucky.

    Peregrinator Services

    Jim Ostergard, 947 Appleton Ridge Rd, Appleton, ME 04862

    phone: 207-596-1648


    Low impact forestry primarily in mid–coastal Maine, but willing to travel.

    Plowden Horse Logging

    John Plowden, 280 Union Hill Rd, Stow, ME 04037

    phone: 207-890-7576



    New Hampshire and Maine. Willing to travel depending on the job.

    Rockin B Horse and Mule Logging

    Andrew Baxter, 7506 Concord Ln, Benton, AR 72019

    phone; 501-317-6788

    Within 50 miles, 4 years experience, horse, mules, logging cart, chainsaw.

    Second Draught Farm

    Raymond Hill, 308 Razorville Rd, Washington, ME 04574

    phone: 207-210-5714


    45 years experience in the woods cutting firewood, logs and pulp. 10 years logging with draft horses. Will work with land owner and forester to protect and promote healthy regeneration for the future.

    Sunbeam Custom Services

    Peter Miles, 54800 Hwy 318, Maybell, CO 81640

    phone: 970-234-5399


    Logging with draft and cross horses. Experience in nation and state forests, BLM and private land owners.

    T.B. Logging

    Thane Bunce, 6026 Portage Rd, Mayville, NY 14757

    Phone: 814-462-0005,


    All jobs considered.

    Triangle D Mule Logging

    Jason and Aaron Deschu, 41441 Maries Road 630,Dixon, MO 65459

    phone: 573–291–7906,


    Sustainable forestry in central Missouri.

    Virginia Muleskinners

    Dennis Mitchell/Eddie Thomas, 22484 Mattaponi Trail, Milford VA 22514

    phone: 540-616-6340


    The Virginia counties of Caroline, Hanover, Spotsylvania, and parts of King George and King William.

    Wood ‘n Horse

    Wes Gustafson, 20929 Meadow Lake Rd, Snohomish, WA 98290

    phone: (425) 238-9656



    Horse logging and saw milling, custom kiln-drying and planing and molding of wood for indoor use.


    Backwoods Home Magazine

    Phone: 1-800-835-2418


    Bimonthly magazine with articles on self-reliance, gardening, building, livestock, alternative energy, making a living in the country and more.

    Bee Culture

    PO Box 706, Medina, OH 44258

    phone: 800-289-7668



    Magazine of American Beekeeping.

    Heavy Horse World

    Diana Zeuner, Editor, Lindford Cottage, Church Lane, Cocking, Midhurst, West Sussex GU29 OHW United Kingdom

    phone: 011-44-1730-812419



    Quarterly magazine promoting draft horses in England and Europe.

    Mules & More

    Cori Basham, Editor, PO Box 460-RH, Bland, MO 65014

    phone: 573-646-934



    Monthly magazine published for the mule and donkey enthusiast.

    Rural Heritage Magazine

    Joe Mischka, Editor, PO Box 2067, Cedar Rapids IA 52406
    phone: 319-362-3027; fax: 319-362-3046

    Bimonthly magazine promoting draft animal powered farming & logging, homesteading and other aspects of our rich rural heritage.

    Shop Talk!

    Daniel S Preston, Editor, PO Box 17817 Ashville, NC 28816

    phone: 828-505-8474

    fax: 828-505-8476



    Monthly magazine for professional saddle makers, harness makers and other leather workers;
    annual My Buyer’s Guide! guide for retailers and manufacturers of equestrian related products.

    Small Farm Today

    Ronald Macher,

    3903 W Ridge Trail Rd, Clark MO 65243

    phone: 800-633-2535


    Original how-to magazine on making small and family farms profitable.

    Mules & Donkeys

    B & R Mules

    Bilbrey, Carl

    5455 Dow Huddleston Rd, Cookeville, TN 38506

    Phone: 931-526-4162
    mobile: 931-265-3765

    Buy and Sell Draft mules


    Robbins, James

    3011 Byrdstown Hwy, Monroe, TN 38573

    phone: 931-823-4521

    mobile: 931-510-5037

    Buy and Sell Draft mules

    Tommy Tifft

    17114 Tifft Rd., Union Center, SD, 57787

    Phone: 605-985-5545

    Draft mules & registered spotted draft horses. Big, homeraised mules for sale. Many will reach 17hh or higher


    Billings Farm & Museum

    5302 River Rd, Woodstock, VT 05091

    phone: 802–457–2355

    fax: 802–457–4663,



    A living museum of Vermont’s rural past, dating back to 1871.

    Buena Vista Logging Village & Heritage Museum

    Suzanne Thomas, 16150 Golden Eagle Crt NW, Bemidji, MN 56601.

    phone: 218-766-9919 or 218-243-2231


    Historic logging museum and village, adjacent to Buena Vista Ski Area. Sleigh Rides, Covered Wagon Rides.

    Carriage Museum of America

    4089 Iron Works Pkwy, Lexington, KY 40511

    phone: 859–259–2933

    fax: 859–231–0973



    Library of historically accurate technical information on animal–drawn vehicles and related subjects (no carriages are on display)

    Eastern Washington Agricultural Museum

    Jay Franks, 99 Fairgrounds Rd, Pomeroy, WA 99347

    phone: 509-843-1149 (Jay),




    Spring Farming Days first full weekend in April. Farm machinery, equipment, horse-drawn implements, tractors, engines and other machinery dating from the late 1800’s into the 1950’s.

    Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm

    58 Cleveland Hill Rd, Tamworth, NH 03886

    phone: 800–686–6117



    Explore over 200 years of self-sustained living, as we preserve the agricultural way of life in New Hampshire.


    American Brabant Association

    Chritina Dickinson, 5522 West 2 Mile Rd, White Cloud, MI 49349
    phone: 231-233-7885



    Promoting Brabant (European) Belgians

    American Livestock Breeds Conservancy

    PO Box 477, Pittsboro, NC 27312

    phone: 919–542–5704

    fax: 919-545-0022,


    Ensuring the future of agriculture through the genetic conservation and promotion of endangered breeds of livestock and poultry.

    American POSM Horse Association

    PO Box 424, Machias, ME 04654



    Preserving old–time Morgans, the first American horse bred for work

    California Draft Horse & Mule Association

    8247 E Bullard, Clovis CA 93619

    phone: 619-390-8762



    Our mission is to promote and assisting members in the areas of breeding, exhibiting, buying, selling and promoting draft horses and mules.

    Carolina Mule Association

    Shannon Hoffman, 813 Moss Rd, Zebulon, NC 27597

    phone: 919–754-7568,



    Our purpose is to encourage and promote the mule and donkey industry through education, participation, and fellowship in a family environment.

    Carriage Association of America

    Jill M Ryder, 3915 Jay Trump Rd, Lexington, KY 40511

    phone: 859–231–0971
    fax: 859–231–0973



    International organization for people interested in the restoration, history, driving, and collecting of horse–drawn vehicles. Publisher of the Carriage Journal magazine.

    Carriage Operators of North America

    Linda Kramer, 1648 North Hancock St, Philadelphia, PA 19122

    Phone: 215-923-8516,



    Promoting humane welfare of carriage animals, and quality carriage and customer service.

    Colorado Draft Horse Association

    Joel Newcomer, President, 12029 Mesa View Road, Larkspur, CO 80118

    phone: 303-660-3596

    (Daytime- 303-663-4283)



    Our membership is a multi-breed Draft Horse Association through out Colorado, Southern Wyoming and Western Kansas. We promote all aspects of the Draft Horse from Breeding to Farming to Showing.

    Equus Survival Trust Field Office

    Victoria Tollman, Exec. Director, 775 Flippin Rd., Lowgap, NC 27024

    phone: 336–352–5520



    Specialty nonprofit for the promotion, networking, and grassroots conservation of over 40 historic endangered equine breeds and over 60 endangered breed association affiliates.

    Farm and Ranch Freedom Alliance

    Judith McGeary, Esq. PO Box 809, Cameron, TX 76520

    phone: 254-697-2661,



    FARFA is a national organization that supports independent family farmers and protects a healthy and productive food supply for American consumers. FARFA promotes common sense policies for local, diversified agricultural systems.

    Illinois Haflinger Association

    Paula Leifel, 212 Parkview Dr, Bloomington, IL 61701

    phone: 309–663–1701,



    Free brochure and breeders directory.

    Indiana Belgian Draft Horse Association

    Steve Morzinski, President PO Box 1808, Warsaw, Indiana 46581

    phone: 219-898-3152


    Dedicated to the preservation and advancement of the Belgian Draft Horse as well as the education of the general public concerning the versatility and functionality of the Belgian Draft Horse.

    Indiana Haflinger Horse Association

    Bill Jameson, President, 504 S Meridian St, Greentown, IN 46936

    phone: 765-860-7448



    Indiana association for Haflinger enthusiasts, annual fun days, annual fall drive and Haflinger sale.

    Iowa Draft Horse and Mule Breeders Association

    Doyle Nicholas, President, 1519 Quarry Trail, Winterset, IA 50273

    phone: 515-344-6787



    Our goal is to promote the draft horse and mule industry in Iowa.

    Lippitt Morgan Horse Registry, Inc.

    Jane Myers, Secretary

    phone: 573-819-3875



    A non-profit organization dedicated to protecting and preserving the original Lippitt Morgan Horse.

    Midwest Ox Drovers Association

    Rob Collins, President, Memebership: 5021 West River Rd, Mt Pleasant, MI 48858

    phone: 269-251-7069



    Open to members from any geographic area with an interest in oxen.

    New York State Draft Horse Club

    Gordon Howard 1375 Woodmancy Rd, Tully, NY 13159

    phone: 315-436-5982



    Promoting the use of, and ownership of, Shire, Clydesdale, Percheron, Belgian, Suffolk, and Haflinger horses since the 1930’s.

    Northern Illinois Draft Horse & Mule Association

    Charles Kind, N4225 Balls Mill Rd, Monroe, WI 53466

    phone: 608-325-2494


    Promoting the preservation of horse farming methods and the enjoyment of draft horses and mules in showing, riding, and driving. Annual spring plow days and fall plowing match.

    Northern Minnesota Draft Horse Association

    JoAnn Holthaus,

    20028 2nd St. NW, PO Box 232, Richmond, MN 56368

    phone: 320-293-8594,


    Field day: fourth Saturday in September.

    Northern Ohio Draft Pony Association

    Barb Featheringill, 15432 E Township Rd 8, Attica, OH 44807

    phone: 419-426-4835

    fax: 419-426-5336



    Promoting the Haflinger and other Pony breeds for 35+ years!

    Northwoods Harness Club Ltd

    Candis Hankins, 44995 South Lake Owen Dr, Cable WI 54821

    phone: 715–431-1049,



    A family oriented group that promotes the art of driving horses.

    Oberlander Horse Association

    Tim Kaffenbarger, 4754 N Black Walnut Rd, Byron, IL 61010

    phone: 815–979–7424



    facebook: oberlander-horse-association

    The purpose of the Oberlander Horse Associationis to provide a community and forum dedicated to the promotion and develpment of this exciting breed in North America.

    Ohio Haflinger Association

    Ian Wengard, president,
    Phone: 330-264-9095



    Promoting the use and enjoyment of “America’s Family Horse”

    Ohio Percheron Breeders Association

    Darlene Chettle, Secretary, 40309 State Route 39, Wellsville, OH 43968

    phone: 330-532-2635


    web: and on Facebook

    The Ohio Percheron Breeders Association’s goal is to promote interest in breeding, showing and marketing Percheron horses through the education of our youth and adults alike.

    Pennsylvania Draft Horse and Mule Association

    Lisa Witmer, President, 4833 Marrietta Ave, Columbia, PA 17512

    phone: 410-952-4287



    We strive to promote all facets and interests of the draft horse and mule industry in Pennsylvania.

    South Carolina Draft Horse Association

    Kris Kamin, 2046 Woodrow Rd, Sumter, SC 29153

    phone: 803-468-2800,



    South Central Iowa Draft Horse and Mule Association

    Jim Stuart, Treasurer, 1121 G76 Highway, New Virginia, IA 50210

    phone: 515-971-1254



    Promoting the draft horse and mule industry in Iowa.

    South Dakota Draft & Mule Breeders Association

    President: Tim Sullivan, 605-854-9040

    VP: Scott Salzer, 605-486-4802

    Annual Meeting 1st Saturday in January, Summer Picnic 2nd Sunday of June

    Texas Draft Horse & Mule Association

    Debbie Halford, 5766 CR 164, Alvin, TX 77511

    phone: 281-382-6271




    Dedicated to promoting the breeding, developing, training, marketing and use of draft horses and mules.

    Virginia Draft Horse and Mule Association

    Missy Wade, president

    phone: (540) 330-5481



    Draft horse, mule, and donkey club; half drafts and draft ponies are welcome; we sponsor farm days, pleasure drives, and shows.

    Ox Supplies

    Boynton Yokes

    Boynton’s Yokes ’N Bows

    Robert J Boynton Jr, 220 Mansion Rd, Dunbarton, NH 03046,

    phone: 603–774–4412,



    Yokes, bows, sticks, halters, straps, and other accessories.

    Clark Bending

    Abe Yoder, 1895 Township Road 152, Baltic, OH 43804

    phone: 330-897-0130 ext 2 (voice mail)

    Custom–made ox yokes & bows, plow handles, also wood bending

    New England Ox Supply

    Alyson Bronnenberg, 250 Pittsfield Rd, Loudon, NH 03307

    phone: 603–387-5607,



    All supplies you need for your oxen or working steers.

    Tillers International

    Dulcy Perkins, 10515 E OP Ave, Scotts, MI 49088

    phone: 269–626–0223
    toll–free: 800–498–2700



    Full–scale yoke plans, sizes and prices listed on website


    Ox Trainers & Sellers

    Highland Hollow Farm

    Dan & Alice Singletary
    PO Box 7, Jefferson, NY 12093

    phone: 607–652–7973


    American Milking Devons

    K-RO Acres Dexter Cattle

    K–RO Acres

    Bob & Kathy Smith, 351 Lighthall Rd, Fort Plain, NY 13339

    phone: 518–993–2823

    mobile: 315-868-7605

    email: or

    Registered Dexter cattle and mini bales.

    Maple Breeze Farm

    John & Bonnie Hall, 610 E Pond Meadow Rd, Westbrook, CT 06498

    phone: 860–399–4611



    Registered Milking Devons

    Ox Bow Farm

    Tom & Maureen Burns, 147 N Mill St, Holliston, MA 01746

    phone: 508–429–5176 or 508–429–6696,

    Registered Milking Devon cattle and oxen.

    Show Me Oxen Teamster

    Carl Heth, 11570 County Road 5160, Rolla, MO 65401

    phone: 573–364–6425


    Raise, train and promote oxen; started teams for sale, videos and DVDs.

    Spring Meadows Farm

    Andy Lyon, 9578 Route 549, Millerton PA 16936

    phone: 570-537-2128



    Oxen and teamster trainer. I can offer a full example of the traditions and practices for farming with oxen adapted to today’s world.

    Thunder Hill Farm

    Dottie Bell, 42 Bell Rd., Waterford, ME 04088

    phone: 207-583-4146

    mobile: 207-583-4146



    Working steer/oxen trained and available for demonstrations. 20 years experience.

    Tillers International

    Dulcy Perkins, 10515 OP Ave E, Scotts, MI 49088

    phone: 269–626–0226

    toll–free: 800–498–2700



    Low-stress training at early age

    Zion Farm

    Anna Knapp & Cody Peck, Alan Knapp, 1308 Maple Ridge Rd,

    DeKalb Junction, NY 13630

    phone: 315–347–1461 or



    We have eight years experience in training oxen, gentle techniques used.



    American Cream Draft Horse Association

    Nancy H Lively, 193 Crossover Rd, Bennington, VT 05201

    phone: 802–447–7612,



    American Donkey & Mule Society

    Leah Patton, PO Box 1210, Lewisville, TX 75067

    Phone: 972–219–0781,



    Registration information, forms and fees on our website

    American Draft Pony Association & Registry

    Susan Algire, 9621 Overly Rd, Fredericktown, Oh 43019

    phone: 740–694–7913

    fax: 740–694–1805



    The organization was established to keep records of the crosses used to produce the ideal Draft Pony. It is our wish to eventually establish the Draft Pony as a breed on its own.

    American Shire Horse Association

    Secretary, Myrna Rhinehart, PO Box 408, Lake Delton, WI 53940

    phone: 888-302-6643,



    American Suffolk Horse Association

    Mary Margaret Read, Secretary, 4240 Goehring Rd E, Ledbetter, TX 78946

    phone: 979–249–5795,


    Belgian Draft Horse Corporation of America

    Vicki Knott, PO Box 335, Wabash, IN 46992

    phone: 260–563–3205,



    Clydesdale Breeders of the USA

    17346 Kelley Rd, Pecatonica, IL 61062

    phone: 815–247–8780
    fax: 815–247–8337,



    The Clydesdale Breeders of the United States of American is a very active Association, dedicated to the Clydesdale horse.

    Norwegian Fjord Horse Registry

    Nancy Newport, Executive Director, 1801 W. County Rd 4, Berthoud, CO 80513

    Phone: 303-684-6466



    The Percheron Horse Association of America

    Elaine Beardsley, PO Box 141, Fredericktown, OH 43019

    phone: 740–694–3602

    fax: 740–694–3604



    The Percheron Horse Association of America is a nonprofit corporation dedicated to the preservation and promotion of the purebred Percheron Horse.


    Norwood Industries Inc

    252 Sonwil Dr., Buffalo, NY 14225

    phone: 705-689-2800, fax: 705-689-1982
    toll-free: 800-661-7746 ext. 412



    Portable sawmills, free information

    Shoeing Stocks

    Yoder’s Horseshoeing Stocks Co.

    Amos C Yoder

    3011 Holmes CR 70, Sugarcreek, OH 44681

    phone: 330-893-3102 (answering service)

    Original manufacturers of shoeing stocks. Custom builders of feeders,mangers, troughs & more.

    Sleigh Bells

    Classic Bells

    Charles Kelly & DeeAnna Weed, 669 Woodchuck Dr, Postville, IA 52162

    phone: 563–864–3201

    fax: 563–864–7416



    Antique horse & sleigh bells, restoration, bell matching & replacement.


    CountrySide Tack

    Arlene Bontrager, 1617 130th St., Hazelton, IA 50641

    phone: 319-239-1880

    Custom made halters, leads, blankets, harness (all sizes), hay/bun bags and more.

    Working Horse Tack

    Marlin Wengerd, 7204 County Rd 201, Millersburg, OH 44654

    phone: 330-776-8225



    For all of your tack needs visit us online today to see our huge selection.

    Vehicles plans

    Carriage Drawings

    Transportation Collections, Smithsonian Institution, PO Box 37012, NMAH 5004, MRC 628, Washington, DC 20013–7012


    Scale model drawings available by mail only; list and prices available online or by mail.



    Aaron M Nolt, 214 N Shirk Rd,

    New Holland, PA 17557

    phone: 717-355-9182, fax: 717-351-0894

    New wheels, wheels repaired, new & used horse–drawn vehicles, Tufbilt easy access carts

    Edgewood Buggy Shop

    Howard Chupp, 604 E County Road 200N, Arcola IL 61910

    phone: 217–268–3897

    Custom–built buggies and repair. Complete restoration. Wheel repair and folding tops. New and used vehicles.

    G&F Carriages

    2175 S. Willow Ave., Bloomington, CA 92316

    phone: 909-820-4600

    fax: 909-820-4903,

    toll free: 866-590-0054



    Cinderella carriage manufacturer, now manufacturing steel wheels for all carriages and wagons.

    Hostetler Carts

    Hostetler Carts & Wagons

    Richard Hostetler, 120 E County Road 100 N, Arthur, IL 61911

    phone: 217–543–2078 (voicemail)

    Pony carts, wagons of all sizes, shoeing stocks, eveners, yokes and more.

    KG Carriage Co.

    Kurt G. Barnes, PO Box 249, Fallon, NV 89407,

    phone: 775-294-1378



    We are a custom shop and can build just about anything you need or want.

    Legacy Carriage Co

    Legacy Carriage Co.

    David Salmeri, 260 Windmill Ln, Waco, TX 76705

    phone: 254-717-1230



    Call or email with questions or to see photos.

    Martin’s Buggy Shop

    LeRoy Martin, 24070 County Road 46, Nappanee, IN 46550

    phone: 574–831–3699

    Northern Indiana’s largest carriage showroom

    McGilvray Farms

    Michael & Dona McGilvray, 1485 Road 28.5, Bird City, KS 67731

    phone: 785–734–2663

    mobile: 970–380–9151



    New wagons and restoration for all your wagon building needs. We also sell Clydesdales.

    New England Carriage Imports LLC

    Peter von Halem, 279 Bozrah St, Bozrah, CT 06334

    phone: 860-889-6467



    From marathon to mail coach, “A carriage for all seasons”

    Nolt Wagon Works

    Elam H Nolt, 972 Newswanger Rd, Ephrata, PA 17522

    phone: 717–354–2732

    fax: 717–355–0496

    Custom made spring wagons & running gears

    Nu–Trail Wagon Sales & Mfg

    Marion Kauffman, 13398 County Road 28, Middlebury, IN 47540,

    phone: 574–825–7495


    Manufacturer of wagons, wagonettes, and people haulers; or buy gears and build your own

    Ox Bow Wagons and Carts

    Ox Bow Wagons and Coaches

    Jim & Mary Jensen, PO Box 658, Highway 395 S, Canyon City, OR 97820

    phone: 541–575–2911



    Dealer of Horse Drawn vehicles,antiques, harness, parts, restoration. (Draft, standard, 3/4 size, miniature)

    Schwartz Manufacturing, LLC

    Milo Schwartz, 1261 W 200 S, Berne, IN 46711

    Industrial carriage paint and primer, write for catalog.

    Shady Lane Wagons

    Weaver R Martin, 192 Amishtown Rd, New Holland, PA 17557

    phone: 717–354–8970

    fax: 717–355–0637


    Spring wagons, used horse–drawn vehicles, Meadowbrook carts, White Horse forecarts, hayride wagons, all kinds of repairs done.

    Terry’s Wagon Works

    Terry Moore, 1306 W Sycamore Ave, Duncan, OK 73533

    phone: 580–252–2868,



    Makers of custom vehicles-chuckwagons, farm wagons, covered wagons, prairie schooners, Conestogas, hitchwagons, buggies, buckboards, stagecoaches; parts on hand at all times

    The Woolly Bear Trading Co

    Charles & Barbara Abel, 19235 US Highway 285, Nathrop, CO 81236

    phone: 719–539-6150



    Carriage and wagon repairs and restoration. Chuck wagons, sheep herders wagons.

    Walnut Creek Cart Shop

    Walnut Creek Cart Shop

    Clyde Yoder, 3309 SR 39 Millersburg, OH 44654

    phone: 330-893-1097

    Wooden wheel repair, buggy parts, carriages, buggies and show carts.

    Wana Wheels, LLC

    Calvin Gingerich, 2745 N 850 W, Shipshewana, IN, 46565

    phone: 260-768-7036
    fax: 260-768-3205

    Wagon and buggy wheels, shafts, eveners and neck yokes

    Werner Wagon Works

    Don & Connie Werner & Craftsmen, 1705 Yates Rd, Horton, KS 66439

    phone: 785–486–3758
    toll–free: 877–460–4978

    Don’s mobile: 785-548-5132;
    Connie’s mobile: 787-548-5500



    Wainwright and wheelwright, celebrating 25 years of new and restoration horse–drawn vehicles and wheels.

    Videos & DVDs

    Doc Hammill’s Horsemanship Video Series

    Doug (Doc) Hammill DVM and Cathy Greatorex, PO Box 1494, Eureka, MT 59917

    phone: 406–250–8252,



    Over 35 years of teaching people to gently, safely, and effectively drive and work horses, mules,
    and donkeys in harness. DVDs on driving and working horses in harness, preventing wrecks,
    teaching horses to drive, ground work and round pen training, and a workhorse video for kids.

    Video Mike

    Video Mike Productions,

    Mike Kerson, Napa, CA 94558

    phone: 707-738-9504


    Documentary videos on horse, mule and donkey events. Videographer for hire.

    Mischka Press and Rural Heritage

    Joe Mischka, PO Box 2067, Cedar Rapids, IA 52406; phone: 1-877-647-2452



    Sellers of books and DVDs on draft horses, mules, donkeys, and oxen, small sustainable farming, back-to-the land, and do-it-yourself.


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