Tillers International: Preserving Traditional Farming Techniques

Tillers International in Michigan farms the traditional way by preserving traditional farming techniques, with no modern machinery, which teaches lessons from the past and history.



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Richard Roosenberg with a team of oxen.
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Herb Nehring demonstrates tong making for Mike Hilton in the blacksmith shop.
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Alex Crockford inspects a cart made in the Tillers woodshop.
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Janet Ott and Kizza Josephine train oxen Peter and John to pull a cart in Uganda, Africa.
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Chart: Tillers International 1997 Classes and Activities.
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