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No Wooling Around 
Woolly wonders may be the first image to come to mind when you think of sheep, but these breeds are hair sheep, so they have no wool. Learn about the benefits of these easy-care, efficient producers of offspring and meat.
by Sue Weaver

Profitable Plantings
Wildflowers and native grasses aren’t really crops you can make money with—or are they? Get the insider’s look at making a profit from native plant materials on your farm.
by John Morgan

Let Us Grow Lettuce
No dirt is required for these farmers. Alexis and Colby Edwards have a thriving family business growing  lettuce hydroponically from their Georgia homestead.
by Angela Weight

Farming Utilities
If you’ve ever considered adding a utility-terrain vehicle to your equipment fleet, you’ll want to read why these three small-farm owners swear by their UTVs to manage their properties.
by Jim Ruen 


Buying the Farm
Sue Weaver

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

Tools of the Trade 
Portable Sawmills
Jim Ruen

Farm Garden 
Jessica Walliser

How Do I ...
Paint a Rusty Gate 
Linda Rountree Grove

Farm to Table 
Salad Dressings 
Michelle Bender



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