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May/June 2014 - Table of Contents

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Ground to Cover
Low-maintenance ground covers take the work out of yardwork, freeing up time for the garden and farm.
by Jessica Walliser

Banned Berries
Discover the boons of growing once-banned berries on your farmstead.
by Lisa Kivirist

Farmhouse Kitchen Challenge
Get a peek at one homesteader’s charming farmhouse kitchen update, and steal a few of her money-saving tips for your next DIY project.
by Leslie J. Wyatt

Flip for It
From blini to dosas, you’ll flip for these flavorful, worldly pancakes.
by Judith Hausman



Ripe for the Picking
Erica Strauss

Garden Home Solutions
P. Allen Smith

Dinner Bell
Lori Rice

Room for Improvement
Denise L. Thompson

Handmade Revelry
Sandra Paul

Farm Sprouts
Jan Berry

Barnyard & Beyond
Cherie Langlois

Nest Box
Rachel Hurd Anger

Cottage Industry
Cory Hershberger

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Editor’s Note
Bookmark It
Farmstead Finds
In the Air
Classified Advertising
Finishing Touch

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Hi Kathi,
We don't currently have a CD in the works, but thanks for the idea.
Hobby Farms Editor, Lexington, KY
Posted: 11/10/2014 7:45:13 AM
Not sure how many Hobby Farm Home (HFH) editions you produced but is there any chance that you will perhaps offer a CD archive of ALL of the prior HFH editions (similar to what Mother Earth News does with their archived editions) so that folks can still glean all of the great information and you have another profit avenue? I'd be your 1st customer on that so let us know!
Kathi, Orlando, FL
Posted: 11/9/2014 11:13:26 AM
Hobby Farm Home is no longer being published. The last issue was May/June 2014. All subscribers were alerted to the shuttering of this title, and will be receiving either Hobby Farms or Urban Farm for the remainder of their subscription. If you have any questions or concerns, you can call Hobby Farms subscription services at 800-627-6157.
Hobby Farms Editor, Lexington, KY
Posted: 9/5/2014 8:35:02 AM
I went to my mailbox and found hobby farms instead of hobby farm home. What happened? I'm not sure I received l all issues of HFH. really liked the magazine.
darlene, pea ridge, AR
Posted: 9/4/2014 2:16:59 PM
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