Logging Resources

horse logging with Doc Hammill
Above: Bob and student hitching a log with a skid pan at Paul Smith’s College in New York.
Resource Materials
Visit our Bookstore for the most extensive collection of draft horse logging resources.
Why Log with Horses?  by Jason Rutledge
Using Draft Animals to Skid Logs: Fact Sheet
 courtesy of University of Kentucky
Getting Started
Logging Skills
Care of Your Logging Horse and Oxen
Loggers and Logging Jobs
Additional Resources
horse logging
Above: Logger Taylor Johnson works with his Belgian.
Teams for Sale
Find and/or list a Horse, Oxen, Mule or Donkey Team for sale.

Image of farrier shoeing a draft horse

Information on trimming, clipping, repair, materials, shoes, stocks, and forge work.
Many articles about caring for your horse including nutrition,
breeding, disease, EPSM, and much more.
A place to spend time with others interested in draft animals, self-sufficient living,
small-scale family farming and other aspects of our rich rural heritage.
Home of the internet’s most extensive calendar listing of draft horse events
(frequently updated online)
An online listing of businesses that provide products and services to the draft animal
industry as well as small sustainable farming activities.
Learn more about different harnesses, hitches, materials, care.
horse logging team
Above: Melanie Brundage brings a log home with Moose.

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