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2018 Seed Buying Guide

It is already time to consider seeds for next year!

Seed is the basic and most important element of a crop. If the seed is no good then the growing season, and all the effort that goes into preparing and planting is wasted. There are hundreds of seed suppliers. Where to begin? The following list of reputable companies offers a good selection of seed for the serious gardener and small farmer.

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  1. bóng đá trực tuyến Applications Open For Funding For Farmers Through Greenbelt Farmers’ Market Network

  2. Succession success

    You’ve spent a lifetime building up your farming business, and now you’re ready to hand over the reins. Here’s how to finance a comfortable future — without selling the land to developers or fuelling epic feuds amongst your children.

  3. Costing weed control

  4. The way of the shearer

    Studying, honouring and preserving the ancient art of sheep-shearing

  5. Breaking through the grass ceiling

    Women are changing the face of farming

  6. Taking a walk on the wild side… can yield hidden treasures

  7. How to successfully grow greenhouse tomatoes in the summer

    Expert advice to avoid disease and increase yields

  8. Understanding regional food hubs

    Bridging the gap in the local food system

  9. Fodder beets find new favour on farms

    The humble “scarcity root” makes a comeback

  10. Closing the circle

    Farmers need help. A new generation is interested in farming but need tutoring. Is there a viable model for bringing the two groups together?

  11. 2017 Livestock Breeders Guide

    Welcome to Small Farm Canada’s Livestock Breeders Guide. You’ll find information on livestock organizations, associations, breeders and suppliers from across Canada.

  12. Sainfoin makes a comeback

    The ancient legume may find new markets with livestock producers


  14. Farm lessons learned

    The rocky road to figuring it out ourselves

  15. 2016 Seed Guide

    “The best part of the whole year for gardening,” is what we’re all about here at Small Farm Canada’s annual Seed Buying Guide. In these pages you’ll find seed suppliers from across Canada and into the U.S. who have worked hard to supply whatever seeds, bulbs, corms etc. your small farm or garden requires. So, pour yourself an appropriate beverage, put your feet up and let the dream begin . . .

  16. All birds are not created equal

    What you need to know before choosing your meat bird

  17. 2015 Seed Buying Guide

    Small Farm Canada’s biggest and best seed guide ever!

  18. Farming with heavy horses

    For Stewart Fawdrey, horses are a key part of self-sufficiency

  19. 2014 Seed Buying Guide

    Planning and dreaming next year’s fields and gardens

  20. The Billion Dollar Chicken

    Is there a realistic purebred alternative to the modern industrial hybrid meat bird?

  21. Keys to a successful pick your own farm

    Thinking of adding pick your own to your farming operation? Check out this primer!

  22. Understanding Farm Activism

    Who does it? How’s it done? What works?


    Firearms are tools called on to deal with the three Ps: pests, predators and parting with livestock

  24. Growing great garlic

    Simple tips for a successful crop

  25. Smarten up!

    A compendium of the best and most interesting courses and conferences for small farmers

  26. Moving farm outbuildings

    How to safely skid and lift small structures

  27. The Power of Ten

    Five ways to improve your life on the farm by at least 10 percent

  28. When chickens come home to roost

    10 tips for healthy hen housing

  29. 5 common chicken questions

  30. Dietary changes that will benefit smaller food producers

    Boomer driven trends will favour local, healthy products

  31. Curious? Farm better, farm smarter!

    A compendium of the best and most interesting courses, conferences and resources for small farmers

  32. Farm Help

    Four Stories About Farm Help

  33. bóng đá trực tuyến Why not try a Hugelbeet in your garden?

    A unique raised bed mimics natural processes

  34. Scaling Up

    Avoid pitfalls & maximize profit as you expand your herd or flock.

  35. A Man for all Seasons

    Eliot Coleman discusses the details of year-round gardening

  36. Ask A Vet.

    How to get the most from your veterinarian

  37. Education Special

    A comprehensive listing of the very best information sources, distance & in-class courses for small farmers!

  38. Getting the best bang for your cluck

    How to raise quality meat chickens

  39. Talking Shiitakes

    Three takes — and a plethora of tips — on these lucrative but labour-intensive mushrooms

  40. 11 Great On-Farm Businesses

    Some are fulfilling a lifelong dream in combining farming with another related passion. Some are making a few extra bucks by putting their skills and knowledge to good use. Some still can’t believe they’re doing what they’re doing—but all of the farm entrepreneurs featured here share one thing: they love it! If you’re interested in learning about some great farm-related business opportunities that might suit you, read on. In each success story, you’ll find tips, tricks, words of advice—along with laughter, passion . . . and inspiration!

  41. Understanding Heirloom Varieties

    For yesterday, today and tomorrow

  42. Is it time to join the alternative energy revolution?

    Options to empower the small farm

  43. Room to Manoeuvre

    Coop design and flock management are keys to successful use of portable chicken shelters

  44. Getting in the Game

    Raising game birds isn’t simple, but some producers have carved out a lucrative niche

  45. Grains for the Garden

    Don't have a quarter section to raise grain? Don't worry! Grains grown on a small-scale can yield excellent results.

  46. Small Acreage? Try Small Cattle

    Easier to handle than conventional cattle breeds, Miniature Hereford, Lowline and Dexter offer interesting marketing opportunities

  47. Adopt-A-Pig, Save-A-Farm

    Nova Scotia farm jumps at a program that connects producers with buyers

  48. A New Farming System

    Saskatoon market gardener Wally Satzewich is selling a growing program that claims to generate as much as $50,000 from just half an acre.

  49. Beginning With Bison

    A Saskatchewan family enjoys bison on the hoof and on the plate


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  51. Keep Them to Eat Them & Eat Them to Keep Them

    A Bold New Approach to Preserving Rare Breed Livestock and Their Wealth of Genetic Diversity.

  52. KEEP OUT!

    14 Strategies for Keeping Birds Out of Crops & Gardens

  53. Versatile Goats

    Whether they are raised for meat, fibre or dairy, goats are a viable option for small farms