Draft Horses plowing a Minnesota Field 2018
Draft horses plowing a field near St Cloud, Stearns County, Minnesota. A century ago, draft horses, mules, and oxen were almost everywhere, providing a practical, dependable, and renewable power source for pioneer-era industries such as agriculture, railway building, large-scale excavation and earthmoving, mining, logging, and road construction. In fact, before 1910, at least 90 percent of all public works, agriculture, and resource industries relied on “horse power” to complete jobs both large and small.
CREDITS Photos and Video - www.KathleenRileyPhotography.com Music - Coming Home Tonight Americana Instrumental Version by Michelle W. Murray (via www.CreativeCommons.org) Spring Plow 2018 - Northern Minnesota Draft Horse Association www.nmdha.com
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