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Articles from Countryside & Small Stock Journal (September 1, 1995)

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Title Author Type Words
"Store" milk and eggs as hay and grain. 949
Acorns do have feed value ... but they can also be a danger to livestock. 344
As expected, prices drop for Boer goats. Dahl, Debbie 544
Build an in-ground ice house. McWilliams, Larry 450
Care of the rabbit's ears. 568
Development swallows this N. Illinois homestead. Mateski, Andreja 2812
Earth-stored solar energy heats homes. Scharabok, Ken 828
Garden ecosystems: a year 'round project. 752
Growing fall tomatoes. Novosad, Jerry B. 801
Handguns for thrifty homesteaders. Doyle, Al Buyers Guide 902
Harvesting herbs. 1139
Hog butchering ... the easy way. Taylor, Jon D.; Cox, Homer 1147
Home storage of vegetables. Illustration 323
How I built a fruit press for $35. Rudowski, Richard M. 568
Indoor vegetable growing. 1702
Old meets new as soapmakers swap ideas ... via computer networks. Wait, Elizabeth; Turner, Ruby 1010
Our experience with acid rumen and bloat. Sandlin, Beverly 3552
Packing your kitchen toolbox: equipment that can make harvest-time chores fun. Katz, Pat 1602
Preserve your precious peppers properly. 748
Property rights and restrictive zoning. Seavey, William L. 1432
Riding horses enjoy draft work, too! Krug, Diana 1889
Root-cellaring. 3227
Some homesteads are portable; RV living makes simple living a necessity. Sykora, Coleen 900
The 60 most-often-asked questions about poultry - and the answers. Skinner, John 1575
The ancient way of keeping vegetables: salting. 1115
The chick in intensive care. Coverdell, Mary Ann 713
These homesteads are marked by smiles & experiences that last a lifetime. Boyd, Lisa; Faulkner, Lisa 1764
They started homesteading late, but made great progress in six years! McGlauchlin, Frank C.; McGlauchlin, Willa Column 1381
Versatile, zingy, carefree horseradish. Cleary, Dennis J. 1211
Water buffalo: they're not just for rice paddies, anymore. Olson, R.J. 1257
Wildfire on the homestead. Dahl, Debbie 1254
Zoning: it's nothing new ... and often arbitrary. 2122

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