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Town And Country Farmer Magazine

(0 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 6 issues per year Since 1984, Town & Country Farmer magazine has been providing practical information about farming on a small acreage property. For 30 years, Town & Country Farmer has been delivering essential information on traditional farming enterprises as well a wide range of new and emerging industries. With its focus on the practical aspects of living “the good life”, Town & Country Farmer is both entertaining and informative.

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Town And Country Farmer  |  Town & Country Farmer - March/April 2015  


IN THIS ISSUE…

BAZADAIS CATTLE: Bazadais Cattle in Australia
Originated as draught animals

BIRD NETTING: Managing bird damage in orchards
Nearly all native birds are protected

MELONS: Queensland melons boost with protective cropping
Creating an environment is the key

CHAINSAWS: Chainsaws – Dangerous liaisons
Never underestimate how dangerous they are

HORSES: Equine Facilitated Learning
Designed to help the boys at a Youth Justice Centre

ALPACA FIBRE: The farm gate shop
A successful agribusiness built from nothing

WAYNE'S WORLD: Feb 16 1983 –much more than a distant memory
Time does not always heal all wounds

IN THE KITCHEN: Chivo Fresco Cheese & Lobster Thermidor
Certainly one for the next cheese platter

MARKETS: It’s a local food revolution – one tomato at a time!
We don’t buy food from strangers!

MACADAMIAS: Macadamias, the Queensland Nut
It is worth the wait of up to 10 years

PLUMS: Common Name: Kakadu Plum, Latin Name: Terminalia ferdinandiana
Traditionally both the seed and fruit were eaten raw

TREES: Memorial Trees and Avenues - ‘Living Monuments’
Living symbols of remembrance and renewal



SPECIAL FEATURES

Your Horse
Team Penning and Arena Sorting; Training with Carlos Tabernaberri: Developing Focus; Comfort Zones

Alpacas
Practical advice from the Australian Alpaca Association

Since 1984, Town & Country Farmer magazine has been providing practical information about farming on a small acreage property.

For 30 years, Town & Country Farmer has been delivering essential information on traditional farming enterprises as well a wide range of new and emerging industries.

With its focus on the practical aspects of living “the good life”, Town & Country Farmer is both entertaining and informative.
The publishers have a small property so live and breathe the issues all day themselves.

Town & Country Farmer has a specialist team of writers who deliver information on a wide range of topics including choosing a property, farm planning and options – when and what to plant, stock selection, animal health, fire prevention, fencing, water management, farm machinery and maintenance. Articles on horses, alpacas and new product reviews appear in every issue.
We help you expand your farming knowledge, reach your goals and make life on the land easier and as enjoyable as it should be.

Whether you have a small property – or are looking at making the move, Town & Country Farmer is the magazine for you. Download it today so you never miss an issue.
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

  A discount off the RRP of your magazine
  Your magazine delivered to your device each month
  You'll never miss an issue
  You’re protected from price rises that may happen later in the year

You'll receive 6 issues during a 1 year Town And Country Farmer magazine subscription.

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Town And Country Farmer   |   Town & Country Farmer - March/April 2015   


IN THIS ISSUE…

BAZADAIS CATTLE: Bazadais Cattle in Australia
Originated as draught animals

BIRD NETTING: Managing bird damage in orchards
Nearly all native birds are protected

MELONS: Queensland melons boost with protective cropping
Creating an environment is the key

CHAINSAWS: Chainsaws – Dangerous liaisons
Never underestimate how dangerous they are

HORSES: Equine Facilitated Learning
Designed to help the boys at a Youth Justice Centre

ALPACA FIBRE: The farm gate shop
A successful agribusiness built from nothing

WAYNE'S WORLD: Feb 16 1983 –much more than a distant memory
Time does not always heal all wounds

IN THE KITCHEN: Chivo Fresco Cheese & Lobster Thermidor
Certainly one for the next cheese platter

MARKETS: It’s a local food revolution – one tomato at a time!
We don’t buy food from strangers!

MACADAMIAS: Macadamias, the Queensland Nut
It is worth the wait of up to 10 years

PLUMS: Common Name: Kakadu Plum, Latin Name: Terminalia ferdinandiana
Traditionally both the seed and fruit were eaten raw

TREES: Memorial Trees and Avenues - ‘Living Monuments’
Living symbols of remembrance and renewal



SPECIAL FEATURES

Your Horse
Team Penning and Arena Sorting; Training with Carlos Tabernaberri: Developing Focus; Comfort Zones

Alpacas
Practical advice from the Australian Alpaca Association

As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

  A discount off the RRP of your magazine
  Your magazine delivered to your door each month
  You'll never miss an issue
  You’re protected from price rises that may happen later in the year
  Money-back guarantee

You'll receive 6 issues during a 1 year Town And Country Farmer magazine print subscription.
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