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Articles from Grit (March 1, 2019)

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AN EGG SAVED IS AN EGG EARNED: Preserve your flock's bounty with these easy, dependable strategies for preserving the humble egg. Cook, Kristi 1784
BUILD A Honey EXTRACTOR: You can make an inexpensive honey extractor from simple materials available in your local hardware store. Herbert, Carol 1338
Catching Up With Our Social Circle. 516
Chicken Tunnel & Fertilization Station: Pamper your feathered friends with two movable coops that will give them access to fresh forage while providing you with free fertilizer and weeding services. Bastien, Kimberlee 1721
COUNTRY STORE: GRIT editors share a selection of useful products for the homestead. 531
DEAR OH DEER! Smith, Ken Letter to the editor 351
DIY Two-Bin Composter: Disguise your decaying compost pile with this easy-to-build system that'll keep your neighbors happy. Balz, Michelle 1576
Forest Fashion. Trekell, Larry Letter to the editor 135
GROW YOUR OWN SWEET POTATO SLIPS: With some deliberate planning, you can start hearty new sweet potato slips from tubers saved from last year's harvest. Dawling, Pom 1686
Looking For. Letter to the editor 214
Make Wine the Wild Way: Feeling adventurous? Create simple and light wines from locally foraged ingredients. Bender, Richard W. Recipe 1855
MARVELOUS MIRABELLES: This heirloom plum tree bears fruit that's perfect for jams, jellies, tarts, and brandy. Wernet, Hannah 1361
OFF THE Mangrove Coast: Experience the unsteady alliance between crewmates as they journey together toward a shipwrecked treasure. L'amour, Louis Excerpt 1189
Opportunity Knocks. Suina, Christine 132
PLAN A LIVING Privacy Fence: Wooden planks are out and native plants are in when it comes to creating solitude on your property. Dupree, Rachael 1907
PLANS AND PROJECTS. Martin, Rebecca Editorial 435
PLOTTING A Potager Garden: Bring beauty, utility, and productivity to your landscape by creating a personalized kitchen garden. Cyr, Kate St. 1758
REVIVING THE Marsh Tacky: Known for its big heart and can-do attitude, this critically endangered horse breed is hoofing its way to a comeback after near extinction. Beranger, Jeannette 1797
Salvaging a Stolen Crop. Maze, Aaron 207
Sharing Is Caring. Price, Betty Letter to the editor 171
SOWING SUCCESS WITH SOCIAL MEDIA: Whether to promote a product or connect with a community, social networks provide valuable services to the modern-day homesteader. Lie-Nielsen, Kirsten 1173
Spring Showers Bring Maypop Flowers: Introduce this hardier relative of tropical passionfruit to your property, and enjoy beautiful blooms and delicious fruit on a native plant. Moore, Andrew 2062
The Ins & Ours of LIVESTOCK REGISTRATION: Discover the significant advantages of maintaining paperwork on your farm animals. Rapp, Callene 1706
The Magic Mechanic. Schwetz, Bernard Letter to the editor 251
TOP 10 REASONS to own a compact tractor: Hard-working compact tractors give you economic features and power to get jobs done. Nephew, Tim 817
Trading Sun for Shade. Kaye, Joe Letter to the editor 160
TRUE BLUES: Unlock the mysteries of growing blueberries, and reap the bounty of this finicky fruit that has eluded gardeners for centuries. Weidman, Andrew 1708
WIT & WISDOM: from The Old Farmer's Almanac, always 'useful, with a pleasant, degree of humor'. Recipe 540

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