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September-October 2007 Table of Contents

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The Art of Apiculture
Backyard beekeeping is experiencing a resurgence in popularity as hobby farmers strive to save these dwindling pollinators.  
by Christopher Petree

Rotational Grazing
Rotational grazing makes the most productive use of your pasture, whether you have four acres or 40. Discover how to make the most of your acreage.  
by Maureen Blaney Flietner

Up Your Sustainability
Reducing your environmental footprint can be as complex as installing solar panels or as simple as changing a light bulb. Discover how you can make a difference. More
by Carol Ekarius

The Cinderella Pumpkin
Cinderella pumpkins are more than the stuff of fairy tales. Find out if these crops are right for your hobby farm. 
by Barbara Berst Adams

The Champions of Chestnuts
Looking for a unique addition to your hobby farm? Let the owners of Delmarvelous Chestnuts tell you about their unusual, lucrative crop. 
by Kimberly Button

Barn Beautiful
Rolling walls, heated washracks and composting toilets are just a few of the amenities hobby farmers nationwide would add to their dream barn. What would you add if money was no object? More
by Jennifer Nice

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

Buying the Farm
John & Sue Weaver

Farm Garden
Susan Brackney

Tools of the Trade
Food Processing
John & Sue Weaver

Farm to Table
New Flavors for Old Favorites
Michelle Bender


Previous Issues

Hobby Farms May/June 2007 Cover

Hobby Farms July/August 2007 Cover

May/June 2007

July/August 2007


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