• Eric Nordell rolling the ridges with the cultipacker 
				in his no till field preparing for planting garlic. June/July 2016 Rural Heritage magazine
Eric Nordell rolling the ridges with the cultipacker 
				in his no till field preparing for planting garlic.1 2 3 4 5
Time to visit a Festival or a Draft Animal Event!
Festivals and Events

July and August seem to be packed with opportunities to visit heritage festivals, field days, draft horse events, draft horse shows at state fairs and more. Starting out is the ever popular Horse Progress Days (Stop by our booth and say hi). Check out our events calendar for more opportunities to see draft horses in action and learn about early days and ways in rural communities.

For those of you unable to get away, we have some great videos for you. You will certainly enjoy coverage of past Horse Progress Days as well as an excellent compilation of four RFD episodes on Heritage Festivals.

Week of July 18: Forging Barn Hardware – (NEW) Singing Blacksmith Bryan Headley forges a J-hook and sings a song about his barn.
Visit RFD–TV for the Rural Heritage scheduled times in your viewing area.
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