The Dec 2013/Jan 2014 issue of Canadian Cowboy Country magazine is on newsstands now! Featured on the cover is the very beautiful and Christmas-y home of Heart Creek Acres.
If you’re dreaming of getting out of the city, this issue features some very practical information on building a home in the country. There are many options to consider, some exciting home styles to investigate as well as the practical aspects of carving out a domain in the rural countryside.
The adage, “age is a state of mind” is proven once again when you read about our Living Legend Janice Reid of B.C., a senior horsewoman who has taken her love of mountain trail riding and turned it into a Gold medal.
Have you ever wondered how to get started in the exciting world of trick riding? Multi-award winning master horsewoman Niki Flundra covers the basics on how to begin.
Towering hills, deep timber and coulees steeped in history is the setting for the Faulkner Ranch, perhaps one of the most stunning ranching landscapes in Saskatchewan.
Now that the cold weather has settled in, it’s a good time to fire up the forge and pursue a nice, warm craft! Hobby blacksmith Ryan Ridgway takes you step-by-step through the process of making hoof picks from old horseshoes; a great gift idea!
All this, plus a great feature on the Centennial celebration of the Saskatchewan Stock Growers Association; the fascinating article on B.C. cattle drives of the past and a fascinating and we bring you all the hard facts on Duck Down, Eider Down and Goose Down!
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