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Bake the Best Bread: Grind Your Own Grain
Healthy reasons you should consider grinding your own grain at home.
Growing Gold: Open-Pollinated Heirloom Corn
Cultivating heirloom varieties in your garden offers outstanding taste and stunning kernels.
Let's Go Pickin'
Foraging for wild food can save money and provide quality family time.
Guide to Rural Dogs
Reap the Benefits of a good farm dog by choosing the right breed for your needs and training her properly.
Chickens in the Garden
You can "recoop" much of the expense of raising chickens by putting their manure to work in your garden and enlisting your birds for organic pest control.
Gardening Passion; Good wood; Making Heirloom Knives; Don't Sass, Sassafras!; Cast-iron Tip; Cast-iro n Tip, Take 2; Adapting a Recipe; Sheep Farming
Friends & Neighbors
Home-Built Chicken Plucker Works Fast and New Life for an Old Wheelbarrow
From our friends at Farm Show
From GRIT Gazette:
Starting Sprouts Early
New FDA Plan
Planting a Seed in Appalachia
The Latest Buzz on Beekeeping
Comfort Foods: A Spring Garden Harvest
Enjoy the season of verdancy, both in the landscape and on your table.
American Heirlooms: Eggplant, the 'King of Vegetables'
A true world traveler, these interesting veggies grow on every continent but one.
Recipe Box: Sweet Potato Sauce & Friendship Bread Starter
Friendship bread exemplifies the community aspect of Recipe Box, and other readers share their mouthwatering recipes for a sweet potato fry dipping sauce.
In the Shop: Stumped - DIY Stool From a Tree Trunk
Construct something beautiful and useful from your local woodlot.
Sow Hoe: Shady Veggies
Short on sun? You can still bask in the glow of great harvests by growing tasty vegetables that thrive in the shade.
Country Tech: Farm Fencing - Horse High, Chicken Tight & Bull Strong
With livestock fencing there's plenty to consider: woven wire or high-tensile; electric or nonelectric. Here's how to make the best choice for your animals.
In the Wild: 7 Essential Skills for Survival
Expect the unexpected: Prepare yourself for survival situations in the wilderness.
Looking Back: We Just Like Plowin'
Father-son team brings together group interested in antique tractors for annual Plowfest.