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March-April 2008 Table of Contents

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Hobby Farms Table of Contents March-April 2008
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The Banty Brigade
Petite, quaint bantams could be just the addition you need for your hobby farm. Check out all the diminuitive breed choices!  
by Carol Ekarius

Get Good Eggs
Step up your flock’s egg production by keeping them in good health; here’s how!  Read more ...
by Cherie Langlois

Bottle Babies 
Hand-raising orphaned calves, kids, lambs, foals or piglets is challenging, but infinitely rewarding. Find out if bottle babies are right for you.  
by Sue Weaver

Planting Seeds for the Future
One young entrepreneur turned his love of gardening into the world’s most respected, heirloom seed enterprises. Discover how he did it.  
by Sue Weaver

Succession Planting
Want more bang for your buck? Try succession planting to get more crops over a longer period from a smaller area.
by Jessica Walliser

Introduction to Integrated Pest Management
Integrated pest management isn’t just for organic growers; it can benefit any garden—even yours.   
by Alexandra Kicenik Devarenne

Mini Feature: Soil Blocks
Do away with traditional, time-consuming transplanting and give soil blocks a try.   
by Kelly Wood


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

Buying the Farm
John & Sue Weaver

Farm Garden
Susan Brackney

How Do I ... Build a Lambing Jug
Arie McFarlen

Food for Thought
Carol Ekarius

Tools of the Trade: Small-farm Tillage and No-till Equipment
John & Sue Weaver

Farm to Table
The Taste of Spring
Michelle Bender


Previous Issues

Hobby Farms November-December 2007

Hobby Farms January-February 2008 

November/December 2007

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