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Jan./Feb. 2016


JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2016 >> Vol. 13 Issue 1


Starting a Wild Food Business?By Tim Boucher Farmer discovers that edible weeds complement his cultivated crops.

He built an electric tractor!?By Tom Walker Converted Massey Harris does field work.

Chill: out!?By Becky Mason Using eutectic salts to store heat inside a greenhouse.


News & Notes Putting bees to work, 80,000 mink make poor neighbours for poultry; three book reviews: The Complete Wild Game Cookbook, Year-Round Indoor Salad Gardening; The Lean Farm; Research Notes: scanning pests, fish sludge does wonders for tomatoes, bees like a caffine buzz.

Innovations Harvest great carrots all winter, no leak tire filler.

Q&A The pros and cons of raising squab.

Poultry By Amy Hogue Shedding light on extended egg production.

Equipment By Dan Kerr Choosing an air compressor.

Recipes By Helen Lammers-Helps The lazy baker’s buttertarts.

Notes from the Larkspur Supper Club
By Dan Needles The winding path to success crosses a highway.