Pros, cons, and uses of the withers yoke for zebus and the less common ox collar.
When most of us think of an ox yoke, we tend to envision the long, gracefully bowed piece of wood resting on the necks of a pair of oxen. This traditional neck or bow yoke certainly has had an important place in American history, but it is not the only option for aspiring teamsters today.Continue reading “Ox Yokes and Collars: Neck Yokes and Head Yokes”
Cold weather and snow mean that it is also time to find a cozy seat and catch up on some research and reading. Please enjoy this year’s lineup of our best content.
Is there a special birdwatcher in your life? Here are a few ways to bring a smile to his face this Christmas.
June is just around the corner. Take some time to sharpen your knowledge of farming, music, crafts, and history.
If you use diatomaceous earth (DE) to beat your garden pests, you will probably appreciate the Dustin-Mizer.
Some of the better digital tuners on the market are in the Intellitouch line. They allow you to tune to any note.
Looking for some reading over the holidays? Winter is a great time to research and plan for a new year! How about perusing our favorites from 2015?
We like the trigger-style capos from Dunlop because they can be clamped on quickly and easily, without bending the strings.
While there are many excellent pastel pencils on the market, the amateur artist will probably appreciate the balance between quality and economy that General’s pencils offer.