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Articles from Grit (September 1, 2016)

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Any way you slice it: homemade pies are the ultimate dessert. Smith, Traci Cover story 1755
Back to the basics. Swartzendruber, Don Letter to the editor 369
Best-laid plans. Will, Hank 549
Chickens for pest control. Hamilton, Janice Letter to the editor 279
Choose the right chainsaw: from clearing brush to bucking firewood, a cutter exists that'll meet your needs. Will, Oscar H., III 1047
Chugalug chickens: using these DIY plans for an 8-station hydrator, you'll never change another chicken waterer again--at least not daily. Copeland, Robert D. 1524
Covered bridges. Scott, Pat Letter to the editor 137
Cranky roosters. Easley, Alan Letter to the editor 555
Farm-to-table fare: four steps to serving food right on your farm. Kivirist, Lisa; Ivanko, John 1824
Fresh fish! Celebrate your catch of the day with these delicious recipes for a scrumptious fish fry. Trimble, Kellsey 1146
Green and red sweet peppers: an intricate history leads us to today's heirloom sweet pepper varieties. Davis-Hollander, Lawrence 1460
Grit magazine: dealing with a mean rooster is part of life with home-raised chickens. 144
Hardworking worms: increase the worm population in your garden for more vibrant and prolific plants. Cordell, Melinda R. 1669
Heritage harvest festival at Monticello. 103
If a tree falls: tree-cutting techniques. Daut, Steve Brief article 167
Looking for ... seeds, quilt patterns, yarn donations, recipes, and new and old country friends. 650
Making goat milk soap. 104
Most popular on "why are barns red?". Brief article 109
New life & old habits. Regan, C. Editorial 494
Not fenced in: young Virginia beef farmers stretch beyond the one-commodity revenue stream to grow their income through a supplementary fence and gate building business. Huso, Deborah R. 924
On the rebound: the bobwhite quail, for reasons we can finally begin to understand, is making a comeback. Kieser, Kenneth L. Excerpt 1375
On-farm pig processing: a firsthand guide to an old-timey chore that is both extremely fulfilling as well as physically and emotionally draining. Morris, Susy 2219
Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Muffins. Recipe 148
Rural ingenuity. Roberts, Ken; Roberts, Joan Letter to the editor 259
Sky watch. Brief article 114
Spent grains for livestock feed: turn spent brewery grains into filling and nutritious feed for your livestock: according to the Brewers Association, the number of U.S. craft breweries have increased by over 3,000 in the last 20 years. Colby, Chris 1456
Terhune Orchards apple day. Brief article 114
That's using your gourd. Brief article 219
The dehydrated pantry: put up more produce for the winter months with the help of a dehydrator. Wilt, Jackie 1750
The LittleFrenchBlueHen ... Poem 253
The perks of pear trees: discover a fruit tree that pairs well with your country space and taste buds. Weidman, Andrew 1976
The seasonal grind: preparing the homestead for winter was just one part of the periodic tasks that bring homestead memories to mind. Nelson, Jerry 1097
Timber! Using the right equipment and techniques are critical elements to safe tree felling. Boyt, Dave 2048
Triple calf feeder and a DIY loader attachment for a garden tractor. 558
Unlikely allies: more than just pollinators, wasps and hornets help keep the undesirable insects in check. Weidman, Andrew 1654

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