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January-February 2007 - Table of Contents

Review the January-February 2007 Hobby Farms table of contents. Including articles about rare Randall Cattle, organic farming, eminent domain.

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New England’s Own Heritage Cattle
Randall Linebacks are the most endangered bovine breed in the United States.
Learn their history and how you might ensure their future. More
By Sue Weaver

In Your Hands
Responsible livestock owners recognize and care for illness in their herds.
Learn basic animal husbandry skills to keep your animals healthy and your vet bills down.
By Dr. Lyle G. McNeal

Growing Organic
Converting your farm from conventional to organic-farming methods is an important decision. Learn what's involved on a yearly basis.
By Cherie Langlois

Compost This!
Composting is an easy, inexpensive way to increase crop yield and profit on your farm. Pick your method and get started today.
By Kelly Wood

Get Out Now!
If you had 10 minutes to evacuate your farm, would you be ready? If your answer is no, learn how in this handy primer.
By Kathleen Ewing

Uncle Sam Wants ... Your Land
Find out what really happens should the government comes calling under eminent domain. More
By Gretchen Heim Olson


Livestock Q&A
Dr. Aaron Tangeman and Heather Smith Thomas with Dr. Lyle G. McNeal

Buying the Farm
By John & Sue Weaver

Farm Garden
By Susan Brackney

Tools of the Trade
Portable Farm Buildings
By John & Sue Weaver

Farm to Table
Savory One-skillet Suppers
By Michelle Iten


Notes from the Porch
Reader Mail
Reader Resume
Reader Service Index
Classified Advertising
Book Review
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