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Hobby Farms November/December 2019, Ultimate Guide to FIREWOOD, The Business of Farming, Grow Mushrooms on Compost, Year-Round Greenhouse Pest Management, And More....

Other Articles in this Issue

ag bites rural news and advice from across the country
When farmers in eastern Colorado need a vet, Dr. Lora
When done well, email campaigns can help generate awareness
Pigs & Poultry column & photos
compiled by Sarah E. Coleman
cutting-edge crops column & photos by Frank
The International Miniature Cattle Breeder’s Society
Many of the heritage livestock breeds we spotlight
Hobby Farms
Mother Nature’s renewable fuel source can keep a homestead warm and comfortable from fall through early spring.
year-round greenhouse pest management can be challenging for small-scale hobby farmers.
Full-time farming might just be a few side steps away.
Whether small or large, fencing is of utmost importance on every farm.
Biologically practical and mechanically possible, farmers now have the option to utilize organic no-till on their farms.
This team of Wisconsin women farmers and bakers cooked up recipes and display ideas for farmers to sell home-baked goods with local ingredients. Left to right: Kalena Riemer (Riemer Family Farm); Dela Ends (Scotch Hill Farm, innisfree Farmstay); Anastasia Wolf-Flash (Riemer Family Farm); LindaDee Derrickson (Bluffwood Landing); Ashley Wegmueller (Bo & Olly Produce, Wegmueller Dairy Farm); Danielle Matson (Pastry chef); Lisa Kivirist (inn Serendipity Farm and B&B); and Jen Riemer (Riemer Family Farm).
Grow delicious mushrooms while building organic matter for your garden.