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Articles from Grit (January 1, 2016)

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'Revolving door' rotary gate. Brief article 263
A time to (winter) sow: start your seedlings earlier and easily with a tried and tested winter sowing method. Weidman, Andrew 1896
Animal defense mechanisms: find out how your barnyard animals and wildlife fend for themselves. Schlichenmeyer, Terri 1427
Barnyard pals. 154
Best buds: all about Brussels sprouts: when homegrown and fresh, this underrated vegetable is easy to grow, healthy and delicious, plus harvests last well into the fall. Davis-Hollander, Lawrence 1277
Bow saws for life. Field, Alfred Letter to the editor 456
Build a passive solar greenhouse: grow vegetables anywhere in any season in these climate-optimized, zero-energy-input greenhouses. Giebler, Bill 2603
Build better garden soil with free fertilizers: avoid expensive fertilizers--here are proven alternatives, including two that you won't even have to pay for. Long, Cheryl; Pleasant, Barbara 1901
Cast-iron collector. Cusick, David Letter to the editor 251
Country casseroles: keep suppers simple with these delicious recipes for classic casseroles. Trimble, Kellsey 1044
Crochet an old-fashioned rag rug: give any room in the home a touch of country charm with an old-fashioned rag rug. Benoit, Renee-Lucie 1378
Delivery boys and girls. Mason, Pete Letter to the editor 172
Dexter cattle. Dale, Dessa Letter to the editor 271
Double-barreled composter. Brief article 281
Farewell to my faithful friend, Millie. Ginnie 461
Farm fest & quilt show. 102
Farrowing on pasture: raise your pigs on pasture for a healthier litter and more nutritious meat. Cronauer, Jodi 1775
Fellow South Dakotans. Wika, Cindy Letter to the editor 429
Fresh country cookin': bring everyone to the table with these classic comfort foods. Trimble, Kellsey Recipe 1963
Fresh eggs daily. Lisa 131
Homestead from scratch. Stoner, Eric Letter to the editor 115
Homestead Redhead. 111
Hop to it: whether for home brewing or landscaping purposes, growing hops on a small scale is easy. Colby, Chris 2244
Interact with grit & its readers on facebook. Letter to the editor 205
Looking for ... fabric, seeds, cards, recipes, and new and old country friends. 547
Low stress weaning: three methods to ensure your baby animals transition from mother's milk to solid feed more easily. Rapp, Callene 2177
Out with the new in with the old: consider grazing cattle on crops like turnips, just like our forefathers did years ago. Sorensen, Loretta 1521
Pastimes from the porch: the old sitting porch served as a stage for family entertainment, churning butter, and a place to enjoy a summer rainstorm. Koch, Carole Christman 994
Persimmons predictions. Hill, Roz Letter to the editor 252
Picking up the pieces. Editorial 486
Playful, magical healing horse. Kathleen 717
Spinach pasta soup. 134
Tips for driving in snow & ice: cutting donuts during winter is a blast, but keep all four tires gripping the road when it matters most. Trimble, Kellsey 1648
Turning bikes into (chicken) tractors: pasture poultry on the cheap with repurposed materials and a little rural ingenuity. Casey, Michael 1422
Utility task vehicles: a how-to-choose guide for one of the farm's favorite choremasters. Kaho, Todd 1285
Waiting for flowers. 242
Whip-poor-will! Often heard yet hard to spot, learn about the elusive bird that sings its own praises. Marshall, John E. 1130
Working with the land: being a good steward to the land can also help pay the bills. Rosenheim, Glenn 1288

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