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November-December 2008 Table of Contents

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Heirloom Beans
Discover why the thousands of heirloom varieties grown by our ancestors in garden plots are an important culinary link to the past—and they’re tasty to boot!
by Sue Weaver

Florida Cracker and Pineywoods Cattle
Never heard of ‘em? Discover these hardy creatures that make excellent low-input, grassfed livestock. Read more>>
by Sue Weaver

Poultry Pilgrimage
Change is constant in farming, and it’s no exception at Townline Farm in northwestern Pennsylvania. Discover how this farm came to be the successful heritage-breed poultry
reserve it is today.
by Cherie Langlois

Over the Hills and Through the Woods ...
Scheduling vacations and trips away from the farm can be stressful, but having someone reliable to care for your animals can ease the anxiety. Learn how to locate and hire a sitter for your farm.
by Richard Stickann

Get Cover
Learn what cover crops do and how to use them to your advantage around the farm. 
by Carol Ekarius



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

Buying the Farm
John & Sue Weaver

Farm Garden
Susan Brackney

How Do I ...Repair Cracked Welds
Caleb Krisher

Tools of the Trade
Snow-removal Equipment
John & Sue Weaver

Food for Thought
Carol Ekarius

Farm to Table
Turkey Surprise
Michelle Bender



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