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January-February 2009 Table of Contents

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Hobby Farms Table of Contents January-February 2009 
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Belted Beauties
Hardy and historic, Belted Galloways are a smart addition to a growing number of hobby farms. Click to continue>>
by Cherie Langlois
Feast of Forages
From haylage to pellets to root crops, get informed about hay alternatives—you may need them during times of drought.
by Sue Weaver
Horses for Your Homestead
If thundering hooves and flowing manes are in your farm’s future, read this advice before you start horse shopping.
by Barbara Sheridan
The Grafters
This centuries-old form of beneficial plant propagation—grafting—is easier than you might think.
by Rick Gush
Planning Makes Perfect
Winter’s quiet offers time to chart the coming year’s crops. From charts and calendars to phenological signs and software, read one farmer’s advice on getting it done.  Click to continue>>
by Kelly Wood
Free Range, Salmon Safe, Organic ... and the list goes on. Learn what these product certifications mean to the producer and the consumer. 
by Carol Ekarius
Livestock Q & A
Dianne Hellwig, PhD, DVM
with Dr. Lyle G. McNeal
Buying the Farm
John & Sue Weaver
Farm Garden
Jessica Walliser
How Do I ... Build A Warming Hut
Mike McLeod
Tools of the Trade: Planting Equipment
John & Sue Weaver
Food for Thought
Carol Ekarius
Farm to Table: Warm up to Chili
Michelle Bender
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