The proposal involves a heat-pumping scheme based upon the first-order antiferromagnetism-ferromagnetism transition in FeRh alloy. Using the model S- T diagram for this alloy, the heat-pump cycles, are drawn up based on the transition latent heat absorption and emission when the transition is induced by applying magnetic field. The calculated values of heat coefficient ϕ for the cycles are ∼39 at ∆ T=5 K and ∼30 at ∆ T=10 K, where ∆ T is the difference between the temperature surrounding and that of the heat receiver. These values are achieved using the comparatively low magnetic fields of ∼2×10 6 A m -1. The high values of ϕ, together with high value of cooling capacity, make it possible to consider Fe-Rh alloys as an effective magnetic heat-pump working body near the room temperature.