BAKKEN’S FJORD FARM. Registered Fjord Horse & Registered Angora Goats, Stock for sale. Alison Bakken, Box 35, Site 1, RR 2 Sundre, AB Canada T0M 1X0, (403)638-2018
BROWN SHOP ROAD FARM. Mammoth Jack Stock and American Cream Horses and TWH. Leon Oliver, 1475 Brown Shop Rd., Cornersville, TN 37047, (931)293-4156
CLOVER OAKS FARM. Registered Ardenne & Fjord Horses. Imported Ardenne (Ardennais) Stud Service. Joyce Palm Concklin, 9126 Erma Rd., Brooksville, FL 34613, (352)596-1907. COFjords@yahoo.com
DOMAINE PIERRE NOIRE. Wines and Produce. Alexis and Juliet Pouillon, P.O. Box 881, Lyle, WA 98635. (509)365-4100
EL CHURRO COLORADO. Navajo-Churro Sheep. Breeding Stock and Colored Fleeces. Ben and Nancy Priest, Box 2135, Parker, CO 80134. (303)841-3219
E-Z TRAIL. 9575 Salt Creek Rd., Fredericksburg, OH 44627. Manufacturers of Wagons, Forecart, E-Z Entry Carts, Produce, Equipment Parts and Service
FAIR WINDS FARM. Jay and Janet Bailey and Family. Draft Horse Workshops, Suffolk Punch Horses. 511 Upper Dummerston Rd., Brattleboro, VT 05301, (802)254-9067. www.fairwindsfarm.org
GLOSHEN’S GOOD EARTH GARDEN & ORCHARD, RR1 Box 1167. Wheatland, MO 65779-9701, (913)205-3631
HERITAGE FARM. Jim and Christina Sesby, 221 Heritage Farm Lane, Friday Harbor, WA 98250, (360)378-2872
HIGH MEADOWS FARM, John and Laura Hussey, Registered Suffolk Horses and Tamworth Pigs. P.O. Box 86, Delhi, NY 13753. (607)746-3727
K-RO ACRES. Dexter Cattle, dun and black. Bob and Kathy Smith, 351 Lighthall Rd., Fort Plain, NY 13339. (518)993-2823 evenings. email@example.com
LAZY M RANCH. Belgian Horses. McIntosh and Kezele Families, 7597 N.E. First St., Redmond, OR 97756
LITTLE WHISKEY FARM. Amy Jo and Harry Ferris. Greenhouses – Chicken Coops, Organic Produce. 4741 S.W. Trout Rd., Terrebonne, OR 97760
LIVE OAK FARMS, 230 Sam Davis Rd., Woodruff, SC 29388, see ads page 106 & 111
LONG MEADOW RANCH. Appaloosas, POAs, Highland Cattle, olive oil, red wine, organic vegetables. 738 Main St., St. Helena, CA 94574. www.longmeadowranch.
MIDNIGHT STAR BREEDERS. Registered Shires. Brit and Sharon McLin, P.O. Box 957, 1078 Colorado River Rd., Silt, CO 81652. (970)876-5979 firstname.lastname@example.org
MOYIE VALLEY RANCH. American Cream Draft Horses. Registered Stock. Ben and Linda Corson, 93 Inner Way, Bonners Ferry, ID 83805, (208)267-2174. email@example.com
RURALIFE FARM FJORDS. John and Bev Sluss, P.O. Box 475, Brooten, MN 56316. firstname.lastname@example.org
SWEETWELL FARM. Hubbe Family, 41534 Oupor Dr., Scio, OR 97374, (541)451-3348
The American Suffolk Horse Association, 4240 Goehring Rd., Ledbetter, TX 78946, see ad page 107
B Bar Ranch, 818 Tom Miner Creek Rd., Emigrant, MT 59027, see ad page 101
WANTED IN NORTHERN CA. – HORSE DRAWN FARM EQUIPMENT FOR RESTORATION. CONDITION NOT CRITICAL. E-MAIL LOCATION, PHOTO AND TEL. NO. TO email@example.com OR CALL 650-851-7201
For Sale: Antique horse-drawn carriages / wagons / sleighs. Antiques only. Original and restored. Many other historic appointments. ?703-304-6745; firstname.lastname@example.org; www.antiquecarriages.com
McCormick 5 Hole Single Horse Grain Drill, good condition, $500. Oliver 6’ Two Horse Mower, new tongue, rubber and guards, excellent, $800. 231-347-9355 or 231-881-4581, MI.
New leather harness made in U.S. 3rd generation business. Work 2 hip with hames, collars extra Draft $927 for team; Qtr horse $882 for team. Pony and mini $450 for team. Also show 3 hip all spotted team harness Draft $1007; Qtr horse $937. All harness made single also. St. Paul Saddlery, 953 W 7th St., St. Paul, MN 55102 www.stpaulsaddlery.com
Unbreakable, water-proof, floating cheese-makers thermometer. $15 includes shipping, 517-625-6081, email@example.com. PYRO PUNCH TOOLS, 10688 Beardsley Rd., Perry, MI 48872
Scythe Supply. European scythes, www.scythesupply.com, (207) 853-4750
Back to the Land Store, 545 Salmon Branch Rd., Erin, TN 37061, see ad page 108
Crystal Valley Harness Shop LLC, 1415 N. 1150 W., Middlebury, IN 46540, see ad page 95
Meader Supply Corporation, 23 Meaderboro Rd., Rochester, NH 03867, see ad page 110
Midwest Leather Co., 14378 N. 5350 W., Garland, UT 84312, see ad page 110
Olson Carriage & Harness, 16480 Olson Ranch View, Black Forest, CO 80908, see ad page 96
Pioneer Equipment Inc., 16875 Jericho Rd., Dalton, OH 44618, see ad page 110
S. I. Distributing Inc., see ad page 95
Samson Harness Shop, Inc., 6543 Akonerva Rd., Dept. S., Gilbert. MN 55741, see ad page 95
Spring Valley Woodworking, 3806-C Yost Rd., Gordonville, PA 17529, see ad page 96
Ann Siri and Mike Holmberg, PO Box 369, Philo, CA 95466, see ad page97.
Cleason B. Martin, 1346 Three Bridges Rd., RR1, St. Jacobs ON N0B 2N0 Canada, see ad page 89.
DR Professional Power for Homeowners, see ads, pages 89, 92, 96, 97
10+3=40 acres ideal for organically certifiable agriculture or grazing. $150K. Easy access to Albuquerque or Santa Fe markets. Owner subscribes to SFJ. Contact Holly Womack ABQ West Properties 505-252-7979
HISTORIC WILLIAMS FAMILY FARM
Historic Williams Family Farm, in northeastern California, 1282 acres of pristine farm and ranchland with total seclusion, lovely views and plenty of water. Homesteaded in the 1880’s, it has remained in the same family since. It features numerous springs, spring-fed ponds and reservoir, 3 domestic wells, a year-round 80F warm-spring that flows at 200 gal./min. and two developed homesites each with electricity, phone, septic and H2O. One has an existing 1,580sq.ft. 1997 3bdr/2ba modular home. The second is ready to build or RV. With 156 acres of farmable land, there is another 1125 acres of rangeland that’s home to deer, roaming elk, quail, pheasants, turkeys, and migratory waterfowl; it qualifies for 2 land-owner deer tags. No agricultural pesticides or chemical fertilizers applied in over 30 years, for organic growing or grazing. $895,000 = <$700/ac. Details: www.3320countyroad82.com, or phone: Laura Berman (530) 913-8789, License #0934015
For Sale: Premier leather trade journal and related activities. Turnkey. Solid revenues. Perfect home business. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Situation Wanted: Woman farmer, craftsman, teacher, mid-fifties seeks position on working farm, farm school, etc. Comprehensive knowledge in most basic areas of small farming and farm food processing such as cheese-making, meat cutting, curing and sausage-making, and wood-fired bread-making. Much experience as craftsman/teacher in functional hand-thrown pottery, traditional hand-tool woodworking and ancient roman bronze casting and sculpture. Capable of running a kitchen and feeding small and large groups. Available immediately in Maine, New Hampshire or Vermont for winter/spring to work hard and contribute wherever possible to a working farm environment. Willing to consider long term position. I need housing for myself, my quiet team of horses and 3 horned Jersey heifers. Suzanne Lupien 541-570-0109
WANTED: SFJ Back Issues. Vol. 3 #2 Spring ’79, Vol. 1 #3 Summer ’77, Vol. 1 #2 Spring ’77, Vol. 1 #1 Winter 76. Call with price to Tony Wallbank (519) 575-5443 or email email@example.com
Chuck Baley’s Four Corner’s Driving School. Teach people and horses how to drive. Call or write for dates. (970) 731-2431, P.O. Box 4357, Pagosa Springs, CO 81147
Hands On Horsemanship Training with Master Teamster Don Yerian at the breathtaking B Bar Ranch bordering Yellowstone Park in Montana. $175 per day, plus optional lodging. Two day minimum. Don will customize your workshop based on your level of horsemanship and specific interests. He teaches from the beginner level to more advanced. Courses can include harnessing, hitching, starting young colts, haying with a variety of equipment, logging, learning the dynamics of various machinery, setting up a three horse hitch, and using multiple drive lines. Call for more information (406) 848-7729 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Learn to Drive Drafthorses and Buggy Horses with Richard Douglass at Sow’s Ear Farm. Each four day course is limited to one individual or couple to insure an in-depth intensive hands-on experience. Lodging and farm fresh meals are provided at our horse-powered working family farm. Step back in time and experience farm life on an old order Amish style farm. See article in SFJ Summer 2011. For details call 315-379-9145 or write Rich and Aimee Douglass, Sow’s Ear Farm, 110 Hill Rd. Hermon, NY 13652
Doc Hammill’s Workhorse Workshops and Instructional Videos, PO Box 1494, Eureka, MT, 59917, see ad page 107
Olson Driving School, 16480 Olson Ranch View, Black Forest, CO 80908, see ad page 96
Russell’s Workhorse Farm, 12055 Hwy. 11 N., Poplarville, MS 39470, see ad page 98
Tillers International, 10515 East OP Ave., Scotts, MI 49088, see ad page 97
Blacksmithing Workshops, Sanborn Mills Farm, 7097 Sanborn Road, Loudon, NH 03307. May 4, 5 & 6, 2012 – Beginning Blacksmithing, May 12, 2012 – Forge Welding May 18, 19 & 20, 2012 – New England Blacksmith’s Spring Meet, June 1, 2 & 3, 2012 – Beginning Blacksmithing, June 9, 2012 – Bathroom and Kitchen Iron, June 23, 2012 – Candle Cups, Drip Pans & the Lighting Fixtures They Attach To, July 21 & 22, 2012 – Door Hardware. www.sanbornmills.org, for registration: email@example.com 603-435-7314 or 603-568-7388
Oxen Basics for the Teamster and Team, Sanborn Mills Farm, 7097 Sanborn Road
Loudon, NH 03307. August 4 & 5, 2012. Instructors: Tim Huppe and Dr. Drew Conroy www.sanbornmills.org for registration: firstname.lastname@example.org, 603-435-7314 or 603-568-7388
Traditional Timber Harvest , Sanborn Mills Farm, 7097 Sanborn Road, Loudon, NH 03307. October 27 & 28, 2012. Instructor: Don Quigley www.sanbornmills.org, for registration: email@example.com
603-435-7314 or 603-568-7388
Comfortable 100% Wool lightweight socks made from Maine sheep. Colors: Earthtones, Heathers. Medium length 13”, $15.00. Short ankle length 9”, $11.00. State shoe size Men, Women, Children. Leg warmers $15.00. Headbands: small, medium, large, $6.00. Homemade. Mail to: Wee Knit It, 170 Sebec Lake Rd., Willimantic, ME 04443 or (207) 997-2954
George’s Handmade Boots & Saddle Repair, P.O. Box 199, 2975 A St., Harper, OR 97906, see ad page 91
Ecologically grown seeds. Giant pumpkin; heirloom tomatoes (including Oxheart); yellow rocket cress, bottle and nest egg gourds; Maypop; Urd bean. Call or write for free price list. Genesis One Seeds, P.O. Box 14122, Springfield, MO 65814 USA or call (417) 369-7777 during CST business hours. No evening or Sunday calls.
FREE Garden Seed. Red Caster Beans, Red Okra, Fat Boy Okra. Ask for other seed available. Send self-addressed envelope with name and phone number and $5 for shipping to Charles Gloshen, 322 N 5th St., Burlington, KS 66839-1506, 913-205-3631
German White/Ukrainian Red Hard neck garlic seed bulbs. $6.00 per pound, plus shipping. Frank Weakland, 523 Pusey Mill Road, Lincoln University, Pennsylvania 19352. (484) 880-9204.
Handpicked Organic SEEDS for Flowers & Medicinals. Astragalus, Bupleurum, Calendula (mixed colors), Holy Basil, Purple Perilla, Painted Poppy (mixed colors), Styrian Hulless Pumpkin, Scarlet Flax, Purple Hyacinth Bean, Kniola”s purple-black Morning Glory, and more. All packets $2.75 each. Seed Greeting Cards $4.25 each. Please send name, mailing address and add 50 cents to order total for shipping. GREEN JOURNEY, P.O. Box 38, Veneta, OR 97487. email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Minnesota Pie Pumpkin. Tomato Seeds: Bonnie’s Best; Way Ahead; Amish Tasty; Burpee’s Long Keepers. For more info contact: Elvin W. Martin, 44339 Clearline, Leonard, MN 56652
Seeds – Certified organic and germination tested. Lavendar Poppy (somniferun), Marshmallow, Kiss Me Over the Garden Gate, Echinacea Purpurea, Chocolate Pepper, Cosmonaut Volkov Tomato, Rose de Berne Tomato, Orange Banana Paste Tomato, Black Krum Tomato, Golden Jubilee Tomato. Loon Song Seed Farm, 93 Old County Road, Hartland Maine 04943. Seeds: $2.00 per packet; with greeting card $4.00 per packet.
Harris Seeds, PO Box 24966, Rochester, NY 14624-0966, see ad page 86
Sustainable Seed Co., 210 Valley View Dr., Petaluma, CA, 94952-1038, see ad page 97.
June 29 – 30, 2012 HORSE PROGRESS DAYS, Clare, MI 989-848-5834
July 17 – 21, 2012 NORTH AMERICAN BELGIAN CHAMPIONSHIP VII, Brandon, MB Canada 306-781-3379
August 5 – 9, 2012 XXIV WORLD’S POULTRY CONGRESS, Salvador (Bahia), Bruno Nogueira +55 11 2198-1888, www.wpc2012.com
August 30 – September 3, 2012 OLD THRESHERS REUNION, Mt. Pleasant, Iowa, 319-385-8937, www.oldthreshers.com, email@example.com
September 2-3, 2012 US DRAFT HORSE PLOWING CONTEST, Carriage Hill Park Farm, Dayton, OH, 937-206-8807, firstname.lastname@example.org see ad page 92
September 7 – 9, 2012 HELLS CANYON MULE DAYS, Wallowa County Fairgrounds, Enterprise, OR, 888-323-3271, www.hellscanyonmuledays.com