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July-August 2007 Table of Contents

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Camping Companions
Goats are naturally skilled climbers—perfect partners for backpacking, hiking and camping. Bring a caprine companion on your next adventure!           
by Sue Weaver

Rx 911: Home Remedies for Common Animal Ailments
Though not a substitute for veterinary care, home remedies have their place on hobby farms. Learn some helpful hints, straight from your peers. MORE
by Deanna Mather Larson

The Alpaca Advantage
If you’re interested in entering the alpaca business, get this breeder’s advice on buying high-quality foundation animals.
by Adrian Stewart

Go for the Green
Learn what grass-based production can do for you, your animals and your farm.
by Carol Ekarius

Little Cabin in the Woods
Log homes and barns have such appeal and can even be reasonable DIY projects. Understand the difference between handmade methods and kits. 
by Gretchen Heim Olson

Growing and Selling Heirloom Tomatoes
A veteran market gardener tells how to sell your heirloom tomatoes at market and to local chefs. MORE
by Michael Brown


Livestock Q & A
Heather Smith Thomas
Dr. Dianne Hellwig with Dr. Lyle G. McNeal

Buying the Farm
John & Sue Weaver

Farm Garden
Susan Brackney

Tools of the Trade
Weed Control
John & Sue Weaver

Farm to Table
Celebratory Summer Brunch
Michelle Bender


Previous Issues

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Hobby Farms May/June 2007 Cover

March/April 2007

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Hi Jill,
Digital back issues of Hobby Farms are available at LINK

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HF Team, Lexington, KY
Posted: 6/18/2009 6:12:13 AM
Love the different topics (DIY log cabin; goats; alpacas...)in this July-August 2007 issue. Looks like a great read all topics I am currently exploring. Sure wish I could order this particular issue - even if it is two years old. Is this an option? I don't see anything listed on your website to do so, but am wondering as it is being displayed here in 2009! Please do tell !!!!!
Jill, Corning, NY
Posted: 6/17/2009 6:35:27 PM
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