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Utilisation du cheval attelé en territoire

  • This practical guide was published by the French National Studs LES HARAS NATIONAUX - IFCE in 2012 in order to promote and support the use of working horses in urban surroundings.Indeed the number of French towns and villages using horses for different services (collecting litter, transporting people, up-keeping parks and natural spaces, prevention-security etc.) went up from some 15 in 2001 to nearly 300 today. The booklet presents the possible horse-based services and their benefits and weaknesses, informs about suitable animals and available equipment, gives examples of successful experiences and advice on how to prepare and realize projects in accord with specific local conditions.
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Horse-Powered Farming for the 21st Century

  • The second volume written by Stephen Leslie "picks up where the first volume left off and digs farther into the nuts and bolts, identifying and using the equipment that will allow you to operate a successful draft-animal-powered market garden.The theme of the 'Basic Tool Kit' will help you to understand the function of each horse-drawn implement necessary for market gardening. Picking up on the concept of an 'Essential Equipment List' used extensively in the first book, we will examine the function and use of all the implements typically employed on a contemporary draft-animal-powered market garden and illustrate these points with insightful 'Farm Profiles' and 'Home built Solutions' provided by more than 60 draft-animal-powered farmers and equipment manufacturers from across the North American continent and Europe."
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The New Horse-Powered Farm

  • In a moment when fossil fuel cannot be considered as a valuable energy source for the future any longer and when the enormous importance of small farmers around the world is increasingly recognized this book offers an overview of modern "tools and systems for the small-scale sustainable market grower". The author works as an experienced small farmer in the U.S.He describes in 335 pages all you need to know about working horses, farm fertility and the numerous different works that can be done with horses. A large range of tools and implements are presented and their use for producing all kinds of vegetables and fodder for the animals is explained. Contributions from other experienced farmers and many photos and illustrations enhance the book. A special chapter deals with the economics of a small horse-powered farm.
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