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Sept/Oct 2016


September/October >> Vol. 13 Issue 4


Canada’s Orchard King?
By Cary Rideout Francis Peabody Sharp’s apple obsession.

Farm lessons learned?

By Madeline Baerg This producer has some thoughts on how to farm smarter.

About Mead?

By Rob Wilson This ancient beverage, made from honey, is making a comeback.


Letters Techniques for candling eggs, tracking crop pests.

News & Notes Snapshot of CSAs in Canada, Farmers Markets: fad or here to stay?, Two book reviews: The Essential Home-Ground Flour Book, Will Bonsall’s Essential Guide to Radical, Self-reliant Gardening; Research Notes: Happy cows produce more calcium, Moose moving onto farmland, Aussie auto-shepherd.

Innovations Thinking like an Egyptian to easily move round bales.

At Pasture By Ray Ford How to judge a crop by its cover.

Poultry By Amy Hogue Breeding to the Standard of Perfection (and why you should care).

Equipment By Dan Kerr Regular servicing keeps wood chippers working longer.

Recipes By Helen Lammers-Helps Spinach and pear salad.

Notes from the Larkspur Supper Club
By Dan Needles It dry times it is better to be a small farmer than a large producer.