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Town And Country Farmer Magazine Town & Country Farmer May/June 2017 Back Issue

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In this issue...

ELDERBERRY: Fancy a dose of elderberry wine?
The elderberry is steeped in mystery.

JERSEY MILK: Gippsland Jerseys produce farmer owned milk
A clear choice for consumers.

PINEAPPLE: A taste of summer
The only edible bromeliad.

LEARNING THE SCIENCE: Land Management, climate forecasting, and our food
A day at the Felton Valley Food Festival.

LEICESTER SHEEP: English Leicester Sheep: A breed for small farmers
Free-range lamb from Leicesters is a gourmet product.

GROWING VEGIES: Growing the best vegetables in the world
Robbie from Somerset Heritage Produce tells us how.

PERMACULTURE: Margaret River Permaculture Farm
Permaculture is a concept few really understand.

HORSES: Managing Horses and the Environment on Rural Properties
Horses are highly social animals that need to live together.


SPECIAL FEATURE: MACHINERY
Some of the latest machinery available for you to consider.

SPECIAL FEATURE: ALPACAS
Practical advice from the Australian Alpaca Association.

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Town & Country Farmer May/June 2017 In this issue... ELDERBERRY: Fancy a dose of elderberry wine? The elderberry is steeped in mystery. JERSEY MILK: Gippsland Jerseys produce farmer owned milk A clear choice for consumers. PINEAPPLE: A taste of summer The only edible bromeliad. LEARNING THE SCIENCE: Land Management, climate forecasting, and our food A day at the Felton Valley Food Festival. LEICESTER SHEEP: English Leicester Sheep: A breed for small farmers Free-range lamb from Leicesters is a gourmet product. GROWING VEGIES: Growing the best vegetables in the world Robbie from Somerset Heritage Produce tells us how. PERMACULTURE: Margaret River Permaculture Farm Permaculture is a concept few really understand. HORSES: Managing Horses and the Environment on Rural Properties Horses are highly social animals that need to live together. SPECIAL FEATURE: MACHINERY Some of the latest machinery available for you to consider. SPECIAL FEATURE: ALPACAS Practical advice from the Australian Alpaca Association.


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In this issue...

ELDERBERRY: Fancy a dose of elderberry wine?
The elderberry is steeped in mystery.

JERSEY MILK: Gippsland Jerseys produce farmer owned milk
A clear choice for consumers.

PINEAPPLE: A taste of summer
The only edible bromeliad.

LEARNING THE SCIENCE: Land Management, climate forecasting, and our food
A day at the Felton Valley Food Festival.

LEICESTER SHEEP: English Leicester Sheep: A breed for small farmers
Free-range lamb from Leicesters is a gourmet product.

GROWING VEGIES: Growing the best vegetables in the world
Robbie from Somerset Heritage Produce tells us how.

PERMACULTURE: Margaret River Permaculture Farm
Permaculture is a concept few really understand.

HORSES: Managing Horses and the Environment on Rural Properties
Horses are highly social animals that need to live together.


SPECIAL FEATURE: MACHINERY
Some of the latest machinery available for you to consider.

SPECIAL FEATURE: ALPACAS
Practical advice from the Australian Alpaca Association.

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