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Town And Country Farmer Magazine Town & Country Farmer - July/August 2014 Back Issue

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STORIES IN THIS ISSUE!
Town & Country Farmer July/August 2014 issue


Texan Longhorns
Bigger than Texas? – You bet!
Leahton Park Station offers visitors even more.

Edible Bugs
Farming edible bugs, considered by some to be the ultimate food.

Garlic
One of nature’s gifts - flavoursome and medicinal wonders.

Drought-proofing
Drought proofing the family business - sandalwood can income-proof farming systems.

Wayne’s world
Bloomin’ brilliant chrysanthemums for more than Mothers’ Day.

Tuppal Food and Fibre Festival
The ultimate paddock to plate experience.

Farm horses Part 6 – coloureds
Vastly varied sizes, shapes and types.

First aid
It’s not just the snakes, wound infections are equally dangerous.

Organics
Converting to organic - it takes time but it’s worth it.

Soil science
An introduction to soil science - good soils are critical to our future.

Truffles
In pursuit of the black truffle - establishing your own truffiere.

Beef jerky
Making semi-dried beef jerky - can be taken from a variety of cuts.

Queensland vegetation
How native vegetation helps farmers, not just for “doing the right thing”.

SPECIAL FEATURES
Alpacas
Practical advice from the Australian Alpaca Association.

Farm Equipment feature
A look at some of the best equipment on the market.
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Town & Country Farmer - July/August 2014 STORIES IN THIS ISSUE! Town & Country Farmer July/August 2014 issue
 Texan Longhorns Bigger than Texas? – You bet! Leahton Park Station offers visitors even more. Edible Bugs Farming edible bugs, considered by some to be the ultimate food. Garlic One of nature’s gifts - flavoursome and medicinal wonders. Drought-proofing Drought proofing the family business - sandalwood can income-proof farming systems. Wayne’s world Bloomin’ brilliant chrysanthemums for more than Mothers’ Day. Tuppal Food and Fibre Festival The ultimate paddock to plate experience. Farm horses Part 6 – coloureds Vastly varied sizes, shapes and types. First aid It’s not just the snakes, wound infections are equally dangerous. Organics Converting to organic - it takes time but it’s worth it. Soil science An introduction to soil science - good soils are critical to our future. Truffles In pursuit of the black truffle - establishing your own truffiere. Beef jerky Making semi-dried beef jerky - can be taken from a variety of cuts. Queensland vegetation How native vegetation helps farmers, not just for “doing the right thing”. SPECIAL FEATURES Alpacas Practical advice from the Australian Alpaca Association. Farm Equipment feature A look at some of the best equipment on the market.


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STORIES IN THIS ISSUE!
Town & Country Farmer July/August 2014 issue


Texan Longhorns
Bigger than Texas? – You bet!
Leahton Park Station offers visitors even more.

Edible Bugs
Farming edible bugs, considered by some to be the ultimate food.

Garlic
One of nature’s gifts - flavoursome and medicinal wonders.

Drought-proofing
Drought proofing the family business - sandalwood can income-proof farming systems.

Wayne’s world
Bloomin’ brilliant chrysanthemums for more than Mothers’ Day.

Tuppal Food and Fibre Festival
The ultimate paddock to plate experience.

Farm horses Part 6 – coloureds
Vastly varied sizes, shapes and types.

First aid
It’s not just the snakes, wound infections are equally dangerous.

Organics
Converting to organic - it takes time but it’s worth it.

Soil science
An introduction to soil science - good soils are critical to our future.

Truffles
In pursuit of the black truffle - establishing your own truffiere.

Beef jerky
Making semi-dried beef jerky - can be taken from a variety of cuts.

Queensland vegetation
How native vegetation helps farmers, not just for “doing the right thing”.

SPECIAL FEATURES
Alpacas
Practical advice from the Australian Alpaca Association.

Farm Equipment feature
A look at some of the best equipment on the market.
read more read less
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