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Features

Choose Your Feathered Fancy
Ducks, turkeys, geese, guinea fowl and game birds make fun, fanciful and versatile additions to small farms. This could be the year to add some poultry of a different feather to your farm. 
by Sue Weaver

Put Your Soil to the Test
Your crops and forage are only as good as the soil they’re grown in. Use these soil tests to analyze and improve your land.
by Jessica Walliser

Bring Clover on Over
As a forage, a cover crop or a companion plant, the many varieties of clover are worthwhile small-farm investments. Here’s how to make clover work for you.
by John Howle

Cheese & Ewe: Vermont Shepherd
Sheep dairying was virtually unheard of a few decades ago. Today, farms like Vermont Shepherd are producing delicious artisan cheeses from carefully selected crossbred sheep. Read about this farm’s success in a niche market.
by Tovah Martin

Columns

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


How Do I ... Set up a Brooder Room 
Jean M. Fogle

Buying the Farm
Sue Weaver

Farm Garden 
Jessica Walliser 

Tools of the Trade
Sprayers
Jim Ruen

Farm to Table
Irish Dishes 
Michelle Bender

Departments
  • Notes from the Porch
  • Reader Mail
  • Reader Resumé
  • Happenings
  • Hobby Farm News®
  • Say Cheese! 
  • Reader Service Index 
  • Farmers’ Market
  • Marketplace Gallery
  • Breeds/Properties
  • Classified Advertising
  • Back to the Farm

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Hi Sherry! We are glad to hear that you are eager to get ahold of Hobby Farms magazine. If you would like to order a subscription but are not comfortable ordering online, you may call the Hobby Farms subscription office at 800-627-6157. You can also pick up the current issue on your local newsstand or at your local feed and supply store. We hope you are able to get a copy soon. Happy reading!
Hobby Farms editor, Lexington, KY
Posted: 3/8/2010 6:17:00 AM
This looks like the exact magazine I have been looking for. We just purchased a small piece of property to build a house on in the country and are wanting a tiny farm on it as well. This issuer covers a lot of things I want to know about. If the website had some indication it was secure I would order it online. As it is I will have to look for a copy in stores. I would have also purchase online if you accepted Paypal.
Sherry Smith, Muskogee, OK
Posted: 3/7/2010 2:56:34 PM
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