Horse Power Co-operation

Painting Description

Since few Mennonite farmers would own twelve large draft horses, there is no doubt help comes from neighbours who are probably also relatives. The cooperation of the neighbourhood makes it possible to take advantage of a spring day. Because horses do not compact the soil or get mired like a tractor does, the Mennonites can get on to the land earlier, which gives them a longer, growing season.

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See also Image #1713 Four Horses Crest the Hill.

Additional information

IMAGE ID

1780

SEASON

Spring

LOCATION

Mennonites

ORIGINAL SIZE

20" x 16"

BASE VALUE

Masonite

MEDIUM VALUE

Acrylic

YEAR

1996

Licensing Available

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