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March-April 2007 Table of Contents

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Guinea Fowl
Old-fashioned guineas provide more than entertainment; their watchdog abilities and bug-eating fervor are welcome on any farm.
by Sue Weaver

A Passion for Poultry
Discover the wonderful world of exhibition poultry—a world like no other.
by Carol Ekarius

Tools for Your Tractor
Adding versatile implements to your tractor tool kit can make life easier and afford you more time to enjoy the country life.
by Jim Ruen

Olives to Olive Oil
Have your oil and eat olives, too! Learn how olives are grown and processed into the elixir of the gods. More
by Alexandra Kicenik Devarenne

Sowing Seeds
Spring brings warm temperatures and with it the goal of bountiful gardens. Improve your seeds’ germination rate with this informative article.
by Carol Ekarius

The No-till Garden
The “easy way out” is actually the more beneficial planting method for gardeners, earthworms and the soil. Find out why the easy way works!
by Amy Grisak

Hogs to Heaven
From hog farm to country paradise, one couple helped resurrect a prime piece of land in western Kentucky. More
by H. M. Murrell


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

Buying the Farm
John & Sue Weaver

Farm Garden
Susan Brackney

Tools of the Trade
Farm Welders
John & Sue Weaver


Cover photo by Linda Doane

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