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Harnessed to the Plough: A Year Farming with Horses [DVD]

Paul Heiney , Roger Clark , Cheryl Clark
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Book Description

June 30 1993
A year on the Clarks' farm run with Percherons and Suffolks. They show Paul Heiney how to plough with horses, cultivate, make hay, harvest, build a stack and much more in an absorbing programme that recaptures the era when farms were focused on horses and horsemen.

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5.0 out of 5 stars A lovely DVD April 20 2012
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
This little documentary is well worth watching for anyone who's interested in horses, agriculture, history and sustainability. It was made quite a while ago and sadly some of the skills demonstrated, which have been learnt and perfected over the last 2 or 3 thousand years, are now in danger of dying out altogether. The presenter originally worked with the horses as part of a reality TV programme called "In at the Deep End" where he had to learn a trade really quickly - he was so enthralled with the whole idea of farming with horses that he took a year's sabbatical to learn more about it and eventually started up his own organic horse-powered farm. You, too, will be transported to a different world when you watch it.
The only complaint I have is that the DVD is in European PAL format (which isn't mentioned on the info on Amazon's website), so if you don't have a player that can handle PAL, you'll have to watch it on your PC instead. I bought a cable and hooked my laptop up to my TV - where there's a will there's a way!!
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