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Fall-Winter 2006

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Hobby Farm Home Table of Contents Fall-Winter 2006

What I Love (and Hate!) About Country Life
Discover what hobby farmers around the nation love, and sometimes hate, about their country lifestyles.
By Cherie Langlois

Nature’s Bounty
Craft charming farmhouse décor with the wild bounty just outside your door. More
By Maureen Blaney Flietner

Spinning a Yarn of Your Own
From "sheep to shawl,” creating your own woolen garments is a labor of love. More
By Adrianne L. Shtop

Preserving the Harvest
Putting up your home-grown fruits and vegetables is a rewarding chore. Learn something new with our step-by-step instructions.
By Cheryl Morrison

A Traditional Holiday Table
From Halloween to New Year’s Eve, celebrate the holidays with these traditional recipes.
By Adrianne L. Shtop

Passion to Profit
Learn how two creative women drew from their past professions to build successful home-based farm businesses.
By Jennifer Nice

Hobby Farmer Wants a Partner
We know it’s tough to meet people in the country. Check out our hobby farmers who are looking for that special someone.
By HFH Staff

Barn Sale
A barn sale is much more than a highfalutin’ yard sale. Learn how to host one on your farm.
By Sue Weaver

Fall Lawn Care: Must or Lust?
Fall means leaf and lawn chores. Consider our "must” and "lust” equipment for completing these annual tasks.
By Emily Goodman

Haus of Herb
Travel to the Fredericksburg Herb Farm in Texas where the plants of romance abound.
By Jennifer Nice


Lessons Learned
Cherie Langlois

Home Clinic
Stephanie Herzfeld

Farm Fetishes
Mary Beth Temple

Country Fare
Lynda King

Garden Grit
Jessica Walliser

Animal Talk
Audrey Pavia

Nature Calls
Linda Tagliaferro


Editor’s Notebook
On the Market
General Store
In the Air
Reader Mail
Good Reading
Classified Advertising
Book Review
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Fall-Winter 2006

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Hi Roxanne,

Yes, this is the premier issue.
Hobby Farms editor, Lexington, KY
Posted: 4/23/2012 5:57:38 AM
Is this the premier issue of Hobby Farm Home? Am working on collecting, and need to know how far back I need to go! Thanks!!
Roxanne, Bates City, MO
Posted: 4/21/2012 3:55:38 PM
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