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Articles from Countryside & Small Stock Journal (November 1, 2008)

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Title Author Type Words
"Pushing" water uphill. Kautz, Philip W. 622
A chicken in every pot ... Reynolds, Gail Recipe 3760
A handy use for old tires. Thomas, Heather Smith 442
Also check water drainage. Rumbley, Ralph Brief article 267
An apartment homestead. Ford, Kevin 892
Assumptions can come back to bite you. Pankratz, Bruce 221
At 59, the homesteading dream hasn't faded. Dianne 401
Become a master gardener. Kern, Rose Marie 1045
Beekeeping grant info wanted. Drew, Sherri Brief article 291
Can it ever be too late to homestead? One man's appeal for action. McLean, Irvin V. Letter to the editor 240
Chainsaw basics: chainsaws are great homestead tools, but there are some things you need to know before heading off to the woods. Cook, Jerri 1363
Cheap sources of wood for heat. Brief article 188
Christmas trees: an alternative income. Stone, Anita B. 1663
City slickers in the country. Jinkens, Linda 1492
Confessions of a closet countrysider. Stucky, LaVonne 1050
Conservo canner in use for 46 years. Puyear, Margaret Letter to the editor 259
Corn stoves aren't all bad: be choosy about the brand. Kempf, Kerry 434
Crimped cables set straight. Skup, Deb Letter to the editor 211
Daycare kids benefit from homestead life. Berry, Karen 521
Deodorize your dog; save your plastic jugs. Schult, Jack Brief article 256
Don't forget to check out the neighborhood. Roman, Tammy 389
Electricity from wood? An old technology with a new twist. Ewing, Rex 1440
Financing with credit cards: not for the faint of heart. Cottle, Richard 1856
First aid for horses. Thomas, Heather Smith 2626
Fixed knot fencing works well for goats: rubbing won't ruin this wire. Athas, Howard 514
Has anyone tried roasting soy for poultry feed? 656
Homesick: the feeling remains the same, it's the location that's different. Homer, Candy Brief article 319
Homesteads must be run efficiently: cost accounting is the key to tell how you're doing. Belanger, Jerry 2921
It's physical work, but so satisfying. Thompson, Trebs 1998
Learn to play the mandolin! Gather friends and family for a sing-a-long on a cold winter's night! Erbsen, Wayne 1998
Legal issues: mundane but important. Thies, Dan; Thies, Gracie 2000
Location vs. price: it's a trade-off. Millsapps, Cliff 1343
Make lists of priorities. Stanley, Barbara 886
Make some mittens! Ostrowski, Cathy 546
Missouri feels like coming home. Sims, George 1338
More extended families under one roof? Patrick Essay 398
Needs tips on cleaning 25-foot chimney flue. Todd Brief article 274
No plug--no problem! Cordless tools are a must for country living. Evers, Dennis Brief article 1162
One more try: this time, without the childhood illusions. Seymore, Mary Jane 1135
Other creatures may live there, too: rats, snakes & spiders. Stanton, Dave; Stanton, Lauren 382
Pallets: free heat, free lumber, free money. Boal, Don Letter to the editor 550
Party like it's 1859. Karen Essay 353
Poor Will's Countryside Almanack for late autumn & early winter 2008. Felker, W.L. 4071
Pressure canners and cookers are real time savers. Grosheim, Karen Letter to the editor 219
Proper infrastructure placement is vital. Urciuoli, Connie 1088
Read until your eyes hurt: then find someone to show you. Rice, Frances 438
She's happy to hear she's not alone. Holley, Jan Letter to the editor 352
Staying warmer in the winter: there is help for old mobile homes. Nosacek, Stephanie C. 1649
Straw hat source. Turner, Holly Letter to the editor 87
The energetics of food storage: the integrated homestead: part IV. Ussery, Harvey 4022
The greenhorn's guide to homesteading: this land is your land; this land is our land. Cook, Jerri 2590
The technical side of sausage. Hibma, John 1361
The town that gave thanks. Reiff, Kat 936
Thoughts on the dark side of country living. Letter to the editor 408
Treat mastitis with essential oils. Troth, Millie 1211
Trust your gut: you'll know it when you see it. Fischer, Barbara C. 663
Where are they now? Hammonds, Ronya Letter to the editor 909
Where are you? Ellerbrake, Richard P. Letter to the editor 109
Where's the locally--grown food? A new appreciation for farmers. Cooper, Rachel 612
White feathered heritage turkeys. Ashman Steve; Ashman, Sharon 1072
Winter carrots under mulch. Miller, Crow 631
Winter protection for evergreens. Miller, Crow 555
Would love more space; Grandma's curl secret. Anderson, Kathy Letter to the editor 374

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