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Home Farmer Magazine July 2017 Back Issue

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The July issue of Home Farmer might accurately be said to take the bull by the horns as this month Debbie Kingsley covers small-scale cattle keeping while Jason Weller of Mantel Farm guides us through the rigours of a chicken MOT, Helen Babbs features Angora goats, and Dot Tyne tackles the very last of the season’s lambing chores. On the gardening front we look ahead to autumn and winter harvests with Sue Stickland as cropping creates new vacant spaces, check out the commercial possibilities of cut flowers with Elizabeth McCorquodale, and learn to respect the healing role of weeds for the soil eco system with John Walker. We also have a plot to plate masterclass on strawberries including some lovely recipes, gooseberry wines, a feature on preserving various foraged items, and tips and recipes to help you hone your pork pie skills to perfection. Home Farmer is the key to practical self-sufficiency in the home, in the garden and on the holding, so download your copy today and get cracking!
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July 2017 The July issue of Home Farmer might accurately be said to take the bull by the horns as this month Debbie Kingsley covers small-scale cattle keeping while Jason Weller of Mantel Farm guides us through the rigours of a chicken MOT, Helen Babbs features Angora goats, and Dot Tyne tackles the very last of the season’s lambing chores. On the gardening front we look ahead to autumn and winter harvests with Sue Stickland as cropping creates new vacant spaces, check out the commercial possibilities of cut flowers with Elizabeth McCorquodale, and learn to respect the healing role of weeds for the soil eco system with John Walker. We also have a plot to plate masterclass on strawberries including some lovely recipes, gooseberry wines, a feature on preserving various foraged items, and tips and recipes to help you hone your pork pie skills to perfection. Home Farmer is the key to practical self-sufficiency in the home, in the garden and on the holding, so download your copy today and get cracking!


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The July issue of Home Farmer might accurately be said to take the bull by the horns as this month Debbie Kingsley covers small-scale cattle keeping while Jason Weller of Mantel Farm guides us through the rigours of a chicken MOT, Helen Babbs features Angora goats, and Dot Tyne tackles the very last of the season’s lambing chores. On the gardening front we look ahead to autumn and winter harvests with Sue Stickland as cropping creates new vacant spaces, check out the commercial possibilities of cut flowers with Elizabeth McCorquodale, and learn to respect the healing role of weeds for the soil eco system with John Walker. We also have a plot to plate masterclass on strawberries including some lovely recipes, gooseberry wines, a feature on preserving various foraged items, and tips and recipes to help you hone your pork pie skills to perfection. Home Farmer is the key to practical self-sufficiency in the home, in the garden and on the holding, so download your copy today and get cracking!
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A joyous, information packed, magazine that celebrates the home grown and home-made lifestyle covering what you need to know to grow your own vegetables, keep a few poultry in the back garden and plenty of tasty recipes for using up the produce and making the most of seasonal food. And, if that’s not enough we’ve loads of DIY and crafty bits too!

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