Links

Devons

www.milkingdevons.org     American Milking Devon Cattle Association  promotes the historic, and now rare, breed of cattle known as the American Milking Devon
It supports and encourages members of the Association who keep these cattle.
It maintains the official herd book of the breed and issues certificates of registration.
It gives guidance on and provides a forum for discussion of issues related to the breed.
It seeks to conserve the genetic stock and promote the viability of the triple-purpose milking-style Red Devon.

American Milking Devon Cattle on Facebook     This is a nice page on Facebook for people interested in Milking Devons.

www.albc-usa.org     American Livestock Breeds Conservancy is a nonprofit membership organization working to protect over 180 breeds of livestock and poultry from extinction. Included are asses, cattle, goats, horses, sheep, pigs, rabbits, chickens, ducks, geese, and turkeys.

Oxen

www.midwestoxdrovers.com     Midwest Ox Drovers Association promotes the use of Oxen to our American youth as well as to those in foreign lands, so that all may be shown their diversity and skills, even in this modern world. We do this to keep our American Heritage alive and to educate those who can benefit from our experiences.

www.draftanimalpower.com     The Draft Animal Powered Network is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing connections to resources that advance the use of draft animals, including year-round educational and networking opportunities, and to highlight the ongoing efforts of people in the Northeastern United States and beyond who are educating, mentoring, and building community around animal power and sustainable land use.

http://www.facebook.com/groups/AllThingsOxen/     A Page for the oxen enthusiast. From pics to training tips, questions to collectibles. Whether your interests are ox pulls, working oxen or you are just are intrigued by them.

New Hampshire 4-H working Steer Manual  This is an excellent resource free online.

www.tillersinternational.org/oxen/oxen.html     Tillers International is a 501(c)3 IRS non-profit organization for international rural development, specializing in farming with oxen. Based in Scotts, Michigan, USA at our Cook’s Mill Learning Center, Tillers offers classes in appropriate technology farming techniques, draft animal power, blacksmithing and metal work, timber framing, woodworking, cheesemaking, and many other farming and artisanal skills.

www.ruralheritage.com/index.htm     Rural Heritage is a bi-monthly magazine.  Borrowing From Yesterday To Do The Work Of Today Offering Resources to Promote Self-Sufficient and Back-to-the-Land Living

http://smallfarmersjournal.com     The Small Farmer’s Journal is a highly acclaimed, award winning international agrarian quarterly. It was established in 1976 by Lynn Miller. It currently goes out to 72 countries worldwide, as well as all of the U.S. states and Canadian provinces.

www.prairieoxdrovers.com     It is our intent that the information in this site will give you the help and encouragement you need to work with and train oxen.

www.zugrinder.de/en     The Working Cattle Group is an aggregation – a loose combination – of people engaged in harnessing and working cattle.

www.neotaonline.com    The  Association of New England Ox Teamsters, Inc. strives to promote harmony among New England ox men.  To insure humane treatment of animals. To stimulate interest in ox drawing and exhibition of oxen among the general public.  To create adequate rules for the efficient staging of ox drawing and showing contests.  To provide an equal basis for judging, pulling, and showing contests.  To help promote and encourage the use and exhibition of steers and oxen in New England.

www.kuhschule.com  The cow school’s focus is primarily aimed at: First, the training and placement of trained riding and show cattle. Second, the preservation and dissemination of knowledge. Third, networking and exchange of information from ox-drivers, cattle riders and cow trainers around the world

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