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Hobby Farms Magazine May/June 19 Back Issue

View Reviews   |   Write Review Only €5,99 Hobby Farms magazine provides the small-farm operator and country enthusiast with advice and the latest information on agricultural life regardless of whether the goal is pleasure or profit. .. read more Each issue helps readers become more skilled and successful in farming and ranch life while encouraging them to embrace rural living.

As a bimonthly consumer publication with subscribers, newsstand and direct sales throughout North America, Hobby Farms serves the industry by positioning itself as the premier source of news and information for small-farm operators and enthusiasts. The main focus remains on the lifestyle aspects of owning and operating a hobby farm. All feature-length articles, columns and department items are written to inform and entertain. Above all, the magazine conveys the passion its readership has for rural living.

Hobby Farms articles cover a broad range of topics for small-acreage farmers, homesteaders and even urban farmers who aspire to leave the city and move to the country. Each issue covers care for animals including chickens, ducks, cattle, goats, sheep, pigs and more. It publishes several annual issues including one on poultry and one on other livestock. Fall brings harvesting and food-preservation tips, while winter issues provide advice to not only survive but also thrive during the cold months. Spring issues burst forth with growing advice for orchard, field and garden, whether it's kitchen, backyard, raised-bed or container. Hobby Farms offers expert and easy-to-understand advice, product reviews, livestock and animal care tips, gardening, do-it-yourself projects and profiles of farmers living their dream.

Hobby Farms’ well-educated readers typically have full-time careers outside farming that produce most of their income. They farm simply for the pleasure of growing and raising their own food. However, the trend is more people homesteading with an eye toward profits in addition to the pleasure of being in control of their food sour  read less
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Hobby Farms Magazine  |  May/June 19  


Hobby Farms May/June 2019,
High Tunnel Irrigation Options,
Rural Living for Pleasure and Profit,
For your Animals Best Health,
Poison IVY Prevention & Tips,
And More....
Hobby Farms magazine provides the small-farm operator and country enthusiast with advice and the latest information on agricultural life regardless of whether the goal is pleasure or profit. Each issue helps readers become more skilled and successful in farming and ranch life while encouraging them to embrace rural living.

As a bimonthly consumer publication with subscribers, newsstand and direct sales throughout North America, Hobby Farms serves the industry by positioning itself as the premier source of news and information for small-farm operators and enthusiasts. The main focus remains on the lifestyle aspects of owning and operating a hobby farm. All feature-length articles, columns and department items are written to inform and entertain. Above all, the magazine conveys the passion its readership has for rural living.

Hobby Farms articles cover a broad range of topics for small-acreage farmers, homesteaders and even urban farmers who aspire to leave the city and move to the country. Each issue covers care for animals including chickens, ducks, cattle, goats, sheep, pigs and more. It publishes several annual issues including one on poultry and one on other livestock. Fall brings harvesting and food-preservation tips, while winter issues provide advice to not only survive but also thrive during the cold months. Spring issues burst forth with growing advice for orchard, field and garden, whether it's kitchen, backyard, raised-bed or container. Hobby Farms offers expert and easy-to-understand advice, product reviews, livestock and animal care tips, gardening, do-it-yourself projects and profiles of farmers living their dream.

Hobby Farms’ well-educated readers typically have full-time careers outside farming that produce most of their income. They farm simply for the pleasure of growing and raising their own food. However, the trend is more people homesteading with an eye toward profits in addition to the pleasure of being in control of their food sour
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Below is a selection of articles in Hobby Farms Magazine May/June 19.

No More Mosquitoes! Only female mosquitoes bite, which they do to feed on your blood as it provides them with essential nutrients to help them produce and develop their eggs. MYCTERIA/SHUTTERSTO...
Lawn Tractor Tune-up Rural news and advice from across the country Check the tires on your tractor and wagon to be sure they’re inflated to the recommended air pressure. KARENFOLEYPHOTOGRAPHY/SHUTTERSTO...
Poison Ivy Problems Poison ivy rash is caused by an allergic reaction to an oily resin called urushiol, which is in the leaves, stems and roots of poison ivy, poison oak and poison sumac. NYSTATE IPM PROGRAM ...
Winged Menaces Manure piles are prime breeding grounds for flies. Clear areas of all droppings from livestock, and remove debris in the corners of feed troughs. Finally, discard decaying organic matter incl...
Accidental Pig Farmers “I’m stuck!” rang a voice from across the soggy gumbo of our backyard, which was also the de facto middle pasture for our little hog operation. I turned my face into pelting drops and m...
Customer IQ? Take customer feedback objectively and not personally. How much you know about your customers, their needs and their perceptions of you can make — or break — your operation. Just ask...

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