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"Tudor Monastery Farms" video series

 
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This historical look at farming in the 1500's in England is an eye opener for us modern homesteaders.
Six episodes, one hour each.













 
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These are a great collection of television series documenting farming through the ages. Watched them all on DVD with my eldest daughter (9 yrs). There are also books for the first three series. Very entertaining.
 
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BONUS SPECIAL

Tudor Monastery Farms Christmas Specials

Episode I


Episode II


Episode III


Episode IV
 
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