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Town And Country Farmer Magazine Town & Country Farmer - January/February 2014 Back Issue

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Stories in this issue...

Taro, Poi and Coconut Pudding; Paddock to plate in Hawaii
Travellers are looking for experiential travel nowadays – and this is quite an experience!

Horses for Farms Part 3 – The Clydesdale
Part 3 of Horses for Farms celebrates ‘the breed that built a nation’ – the classic Clydesdale, still at work on some farms today.

An organic enterprise
Sunny Creek Berry farm – An impressive enterprise that has much to teach anyone embarking on organic production.

The ancient art of espalier
From producing fruit on the walls of castles to decorating the back of a machinery shed.

Lemons, a welcome backyard addition
A resilient citrus fruit which can be grown practically anywhere in Australia.

Rural Women's Award
Colombia, love, the NT and crocodiles: The story behind the winner of the 2013 Rural Women’s Award

What’s a Watt Worth?
Evaluating the costs of flood lights - it all comes down to balancing the purchase costs and the running costs.

Music to the ears...
There is nothing like music to bring a family together – although perhaps not played on bagpipes.

Growing trees for profit
Growing trees is a way to diversify the farm business, but one with a long production cycle.

Building a dam 101
Building a dam is much more complicated than just digging a hole and waiting for rain.

Backyard permaculture
Organic food, water, energy and a healthy rewarding lifestyle.

Mince and Sausages + Cheese = Pizza
What more can we say? Just try it – it is delicious and fun to make.

Alpacas
Practical advice from the Australian Alpaca Association
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Town & Country Farmer - January/February 2014 Stories in this issue... Taro, Poi and Coconut Pudding; Paddock to plate in Hawaii Travellers are looking for experiential travel nowadays – and this is quite an experience! Horses for Farms Part 3 – The Clydesdale Part 3 of Horses for Farms celebrates ‘the breed that built a nation’ – the classic Clydesdale, still at work on some farms today. An organic enterprise Sunny Creek Berry farm – An impressive enterprise that has much to teach anyone embarking on organic production. The ancient art of espalier From producing fruit on the walls of castles to decorating the back of a machinery shed. Lemons, a welcome backyard addition A resilient citrus fruit which can be grown practically anywhere in Australia. Rural Women's Award Colombia, love, the NT and crocodiles: The story behind the winner of the 2013 Rural Women’s Award What’s a Watt Worth? Evaluating the costs of flood lights - it all comes down to balancing the purchase costs and the running costs. Music to the ears... There is nothing like music to bring a family together – although perhaps not played on bagpipes. Growing trees for profit Growing trees is a way to diversify the farm business, but one with a long production cycle. Building a dam 101 Building a dam is much more complicated than just digging a hole and waiting for rain. Backyard permaculture Organic food, water, energy and a healthy rewarding lifestyle. Mince and Sausages + Cheese = Pizza What more can we say? Just try it – it is delicious and fun to make. Alpacas Practical advice from the Australian Alpaca Association


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Stories in this issue...

Taro, Poi and Coconut Pudding; Paddock to plate in Hawaii
Travellers are looking for experiential travel nowadays – and this is quite an experience!

Horses for Farms Part 3 – The Clydesdale
Part 3 of Horses for Farms celebrates ‘the breed that built a nation’ – the classic Clydesdale, still at work on some farms today.

An organic enterprise
Sunny Creek Berry farm – An impressive enterprise that has much to teach anyone embarking on organic production.

The ancient art of espalier
From producing fruit on the walls of castles to decorating the back of a machinery shed.

Lemons, a welcome backyard addition
A resilient citrus fruit which can be grown practically anywhere in Australia.

Rural Women's Award
Colombia, love, the NT and crocodiles: The story behind the winner of the 2013 Rural Women’s Award

What’s a Watt Worth?
Evaluating the costs of flood lights - it all comes down to balancing the purchase costs and the running costs.

Music to the ears...
There is nothing like music to bring a family together – although perhaps not played on bagpipes.

Growing trees for profit
Growing trees is a way to diversify the farm business, but one with a long production cycle.

Building a dam 101
Building a dam is much more complicated than just digging a hole and waiting for rain.

Backyard permaculture
Organic food, water, energy and a healthy rewarding lifestyle.

Mince and Sausages + Cheese = Pizza
What more can we say? Just try it – it is delicious and fun to make.

Alpacas
Practical advice from the Australian Alpaca Association
read more read less
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