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Nov/Dec 1992 Vol. 76/6

* Oxen on the homestead

* Deer proof your garden

* Kerosene light and heat

* Heating value of wood

* Great Pyrenees

Sept/Oct 1997 Vol. 81/5

* Harvest-time recipes for country kitchens

* Advantages of oriental vegetables

* Rural fire protection

* Food preserving and storage charts

* Bellfair cattle, sheep, draft horses

Jan/Feb 1998 Vol. 82/1

* Homesteaders--the new pioneers?

* Older homesteaders ease the workload

* Automatic chicken door; Repair shoes

* Low-cost heavy-duty milking stand

* Fallow deer; Soay and Babydoll sheep

March/April 1998 Vol. 82/2

* Solar power; Buying a greenhouse

* Planting by the moon

* Keep deer out of the garden

* Automatic watering; Tire recycling

* Minature cattle; Hair sheep

Nov/Dec 1998 Vol. 82/6

* Raising chickens: A 13 pg. primer

* Countryside's solar installation

* Food storage hints

* Goat milk butter the easy way

Sept/Oct 1999 Vol. 8315

* Understanding soil fertility

* Home butchering; Making sausage

* Breed improvement tips

* Masonry heaters

May/June 2000 Vol. 84/3

* Build a super energy-efficient home

* Monolithic domes

* Make money with Cotswold sheep

* Comparing kerosene lamps

* Create your own pond

Jan/Feb 2001 Vol. 85/1

* New life for old windmills

* Make fuel from used kitchen grease

* Designing underground homes

* Get hot water free!

* Basics of cordwood construction

* Spin with a drop spindle

* 10 essential garden tools

* Raise Soay sheep

Sept/Oct 2001 Vol. 85/5

* Homesteading in Croatia & Costa Rica

* Build a greenhouse for under $100

* The basics of corn stoves

* Make a reflective fireplace grate

Nov/Dec 2001 Vol. 85/6

* Feed a family on $50/month

* Financial independence

* Construct a straw bale greenhouse

Jan/Feb 2002 Vol. 86/1

* Planning your ideal homestead

* Build a plant light stand

* Garden by the square foot

* How to give a goat an injection

March/April 2003 Vol. 87/2

* Soil improvement

* Transplanting seedlings

* Make a rope

* Forage for ginseng and milkweed

May/June 2003 Vol. 87/3

* The charm of chives

* Build a corncrib chicken tractor

* Build a cardboard box smoker

* Build a low-cost compost tumbler

July/August 2003 Vol. 87/4

* Interview with Baker Creek Seeds

* Grow & market edible flowers

* Bashkir Curly horses

* The fundamentals of rabbit raising

Sept/Oct 2003 Vol. 87/5

* Make homemade wine

* Zucchini recipes

* Grow hardy winter greens

* Campfire cooking

* Landscape for deer

* Tips for retiring on your homestead

Nov/Dec 2003 Vol. 8716

* Braid a rag rug

* Build a one-log hauler

* Cooking chevon

* A non-electric chick brooder

* Herbs for the holidays

Jan/Feb 2004 Vol. 88/1

* Raise meat goats

* Start your home-based business

* Tree identification

* How to trim goat & sheep hooves

March/April 2004 Vol. 88/2

* Homeschooling tips and ideas

* Make a concrete block raised bed

* Gather wild onions

* Wheatberry recipes

* Hog butchering hints and recipes

May/June 2004 Vol. 88/3

* Fern fiddleheads: Succulent stalks of spring

* Control garden pests naturally

* Old English Miniature Babydoll sheep

* The blacksmith shop: Give your fire poker a twist

* Keep cattle without losing money

* To probate or not to probate

July/August 2004 Vol. 88/4

* Ram pumps: How they work; how to build one

* Sourdough revisited

* Build a redwood hot tub

* The beauty of scythes

Sept/Oct 2004 Vol. 88/5

* Reader's favorite canning recipes

* Chicken butchering basics

* Equipment recommendations and advice for living off the grid

* Freshwater shrimp from your homestead pond

* Homestead homeopathy

Nov/Dec 2004 Vol. 88/6

* Build a wood-burning cookstove

* Build a one finger tailgate lift

* Wilderness survival tips

* Forage for mushrooms and more

* Bread making basics
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