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In this issue...

TCF SEP/OCT 16 CONTENTS

RIVER COTTAGE AUSTRALIA: Salami making
A weekend of food, friends and fun.

AMBER VALLEY FARM: Beyond organic
Amber Valley Farm is an inspirational venture.

CHRISTMAS TREES: Growing Christmas Trees as a side line
You can make a dollar on small acreage.

ANFIC: Tips for growing Apples, Apricots, Nectarines, Peaches & Plums
Site selection is important.

SHIITAKE MUSHROOMS: Flavours of the Earth - Shiitake Mushrooms
People are not born entrepreneurs.

FROGS: Frog Friendly Gardens
Frog ponds can be made out of anything.

FOOD SYSTEMS: Every Carton has a Silver Lining
How our broken food system could change with people power.

WAYNE’S WORLD: Happy, happy, happy...
Three essentials to happiness.

WILDFLOWERS: Getting into commercial wildflower growing
3-5 years before marketable quantities.

PLASTIC FREE LIVING: My Year Without Waste
A moment in life where everything changed.

MALENY: Enough is Enough
About cows, milk and corporate greed.

CHOKO: The how, the where and why of Choko
The same family as cucumbers and squash.


SPECIAL FEATURE: CERTIFIED ORGANIC FEATURE
Organic Awareness Month; Eldridge Fresh Organics; Inglewood Farms; The rise of sourdough.

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

SPECIAL FEATURE: YOUR HORSE
A Driving Force – Boyd Exell; Rain Scald.

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Town & Country Farmer September/October 2016 In this issue... TCF SEP/OCT 16 CONTENTS RIVER COTTAGE AUSTRALIA: Salami making A weekend of food, friends and fun. AMBER VALLEY FARM: Beyond organic Amber Valley Farm is an inspirational venture. CHRISTMAS TREES: Growing Christmas Trees as a side line You can make a dollar on small acreage. ANFIC: Tips for growing Apples, Apricots, Nectarines, Peaches & Plums Site selection is important. SHIITAKE MUSHROOMS: Flavours of the Earth - Shiitake Mushrooms People are not born entrepreneurs. FROGS: Frog Friendly Gardens Frog ponds can be made out of anything. FOOD SYSTEMS: Every Carton has a Silver Lining How our broken food system could change with people power. WAYNE’S WORLD: Happy, happy, happy... Three essentials to happiness. WILDFLOWERS: Getting into commercial wildflower growing 3-5 years before marketable quantities. PLASTIC FREE LIVING: My Year Without Waste A moment in life where everything changed. MALENY: Enough is Enough About cows, milk and corporate greed. CHOKO: The how, the where and why of Choko The same family as cucumbers and squash. SPECIAL FEATURE: CERTIFIED ORGANIC FEATURE Organic Awareness Month; Eldridge Fresh Organics; Inglewood Farms; The rise of sourdough. SPECIAL FEATURE: ALPACAS Practical advice from the Australian Alpaca Association. SPECIAL FEATURE: YOUR HORSE A Driving Force – Boyd Exell; Rain Scald.


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In this issue...

TCF SEP/OCT 16 CONTENTS

RIVER COTTAGE AUSTRALIA: Salami making
A weekend of food, friends and fun.

AMBER VALLEY FARM: Beyond organic
Amber Valley Farm is an inspirational venture.

CHRISTMAS TREES: Growing Christmas Trees as a side line
You can make a dollar on small acreage.

ANFIC: Tips for growing Apples, Apricots, Nectarines, Peaches & Plums
Site selection is important.

SHIITAKE MUSHROOMS: Flavours of the Earth - Shiitake Mushrooms
People are not born entrepreneurs.

FROGS: Frog Friendly Gardens
Frog ponds can be made out of anything.

FOOD SYSTEMS: Every Carton has a Silver Lining
How our broken food system could change with people power.

WAYNE’S WORLD: Happy, happy, happy...
Three essentials to happiness.

WILDFLOWERS: Getting into commercial wildflower growing
3-5 years before marketable quantities.

PLASTIC FREE LIVING: My Year Without Waste
A moment in life where everything changed.

MALENY: Enough is Enough
About cows, milk and corporate greed.

CHOKO: The how, the where and why of Choko
The same family as cucumbers and squash.


SPECIAL FEATURE: CERTIFIED ORGANIC FEATURE
Organic Awareness Month; Eldridge Fresh Organics; Inglewood Farms; The rise of sourdough.

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

SPECIAL FEATURE: YOUR HORSE
A Driving Force – Boyd Exell; Rain Scald.

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