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May-June 2008 Table of Contents

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The Lowdown on Lowlines
Lowline cattle are proof that smaller animals can increase profits while meeting consumer demand for tender meat in smaller-sized cuts, produced in an environmentally friendly manner.  Read more ...
by Carol Ekarius

The Art & Science of Hay
Whether you make your own or purchase it, it's important to understand the intricacies of this farm necessity.  
by Curtis Absher

The Family Feast 
Meet the "personal farmers" of Home Sweet Farm in Bernham, Texas, and learn why they tirelessly promote the garden-to-table movement.  
by Jennifer Nice

Wildlife Management 101
The only thing constant in nature is change. Learn what you can do on your farm, with a plan in hand, that will have a positive impact on wildlife.  
by John J. Morgan

Harvesting the Wild
Consider switching to a free, abundant power source that doesn't pollute the air or rely on nonrenewable fossil fuels: the wind.
by Cheryl Morrison


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 Raised Beds 
Kelly Wood

Farm to Table
First Green on the Scene
Michelle Bender

Food for Thought
Carol Ekarius

Tools of the Trade: Feeders
John & Sue Weaver


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