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Of bears, barns and more

It has been four years since the bears developed a taste for sheep in alarming numbers. We’ve always had a few bears—at least one feasts from the old apple orchards that lie to northeast and southwest of our farm; his commute between the orchards takes him over a board fence near our house. Every October when he’s plumped up he takes off a few boards.

And yet another lived in the highlands above us, startling drivers on twisty Lindholm Rd as […] MORE


Previous Editorial Articles

  1. Dumb Pets

  2. Stuff – What is cool and what isn’t at the farm show

  3. Resilience, insurance, water Summer lessons

    Resilience (and not)

  4. How farmers learn – From SOPs to stomping onions

  5. Getting to the bottom of the to-do list, on plodding

  6. What they want isn’t the same as what they say they want

  7. Winter reading

  8. Farm Notes – Ready aye ready And other farm lessons learned

  9. Field Notes – One trip, two questions, no answers

  10. Farm Notes – Lies of omission, Rules of farming

  11. Farm Notes – In Defence of chickens

  12. Farm Notes – With time at hand

  13. Farm Notes – A ghost in the gears? Nah!

  14. FARM NOTES – Multi-tasking revisited, useful farm word

  15. FARM NOTES: Conflicting standards, rustlers, strong man flexes muscle at farm show

  16. Oh no, bad habits reinforced; pushed (and pulled) into farming

  17. Ways into the past

  18. Expectations and the 0.3 farm

  19. The role of FOF in farming

  20. 10 years, 8 questions

  21. Waiting for Zig

    Seeing instead of looking

  22. Listology

    Learning to live with lists

  23. Calling all innovative farmers!

    Do you have a nifty way to make farming easier, more profitable or enjoyable? If so, we want to hear about it!

  24. Letter to Gabriel Wildgen Are you really a friend of the pigs, sir?

  25. July/August 2013 – On yields

    The productivity of an unscheduled walk in the country

  26. May/June 2013 – The Smash Club

  27. March/April 2013 – Martha Stewart vs. Joe Goodenough

    Is it worthwhile to do a job well?

  28. Jan./Feb. 2013 – Wasn’t it a party?

    23 market hogs, 400 lbs of apples, 4 bins of bread and 8 hours to whoop it up

  29. Nov/Dec 2012 – On Firearms

  30. Sept./Oct. 2012 – Ode to the Crock

  31. July/August 2012

  32. May/June 2012 – Open for business

    The conflicting opportunities of operating an on-farm retail store

  33. March/April 2012 – Agricultural redaction

    Is secrecy the new tool in agriculture?

  34. jan/Feb 2012 – The Future of Farm Machinery

  35. The future of farm machinery

    Of old tractors, new combines & achievable efficiencies

  36. Nov/dec 2011 – What it means to be a farmer

  37. Sept/Oct 2011-Farming bits & pieces

    Count ‘em—eight landlords!

  38. July/August 2011 – Shipping David’s coop to Dr Dan

  39. May/June 2011 – Regarding unpaid farm labour

  40. Mar./Apr. 2011 – The questionable benefits of new

    Better to change business by degrees rather than direction

  41. Jan/Feb 2011 – Yes, we have no piglets for sale. An open letter to our farm customers

  42. Nov./Dec. 2010 – (Engineered) food for thought

  43. Sept./Oct. 2010 – Shout: Bogus!

    Shirttailers are riding on the farming’s good name

  44. July/August 2010 – Fractionalization! What fractionalization?

  45. A co-operative endeavor

    One example of a successful equipment & crop-sharing program

  46. March/April 2010 – Reliability a precondition of farming

    A commitment to the long-term is needed to make leasing work

  47. Jan/feb 2010 – Calling all inventors

  48. Nov/Dec 2009 – The swine!

    With pigs the opposite of everything is true.

  49. Sept/Oct 2009 – One potato, two potato

  50. July/August 2009 – Advice to Young Farmers

  51. May/June 2009 – What farmers can learn from publishers

  52. March/April 2009 – Other Measures of Success

  53. Jan/Feb 2009 – Uncomfortable on the Pew, Uncomfortable off the Pew

  54. Nov/Dec 2008 – Food Safety and Safe Food

  55. Sept/Oct 2008 – Spelling Tests, Good Hay & the Bilemmas of Farming

  56. July/Aug 2008 – Rural & Agriculture Make Strange Bedfellows

  57. May/June 2008 – 65 million, 30 & 7

  58. March/April 2008 – Middlemen Are Not the Answer to Local Food Exhaustion

  59. Jan/Feb 2008 – A 10 Per Cent Solution

  60. Sept/Oct 2007 – From Hogs to Hyundais

  61. July/Aug 2007 – Holding Up Our End

  62. May/June 2007 – Who Weeds?

  63. March/April 2007 – With the Grain

  64. Jan/Feb 2007 – Rhymes With Useless

  65. Nov/Dec 2006 – Animal Intelligence

  66. Sep/Oct 2006 – Items in the Lesser Farm Crisis: Farm Names

  67. July/Aug 2006 – Freedom From, Freedom To

  68. May/June 2006 – Thinking Big

  69. Jan/Feb 2006 – The No-Sxx-Please-Free Range-Thinking-of-Going-Organic-But-Not-Sure-Part-Time-Grassfed-Sustainable-Mixed-Livestock Small Farmer

  70. bóng đá trực tuyến Nov/Dec 2005 – Urgent and Important

  71. Sep/Oct 2005 – Staples

  72. July/Aug 2005 – Your Calls, My Calls

  73. May/June 2005 – Away

  74. March/April 2005 – Of Hunches and Numbers

  75. Jan/Feb 2005 – Throwing Out the Baby Beef with the Bathwater

  76. Fall 2004 – Old Ideas, New Breed

  77. July/Aug 2004 – Will Someone Open A Window?

  78. May/June 2004 – Thanks Darcy, Ruth… Hello Readers