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Pick up the September/October 2013 issue of Hobby Farms magazine!

Pick up the September/October 2013 issue of Hobby Farms magazine!

Hobby Farms November/December 2009

Hobby Farms November/December 2009

Keeping Homestead Dairy Goats - Choosing Your Doe, Caring for Mom and Kids, Milking Your Goat. #goats

Keeping Homestead Dairy Goats

Keeping Homestead Dairy Goats - Choosing Your Doe, Caring for Mom and Kids, Milking Your Goat. #goats

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Adding Animals to the Homestead – So You Want to be a Homesteader

Adding Animals to the Homestead

Adding Animals to the Homestead – So You Want to be a Homesteader

Nanny Goat Acres | Meet Cindy, Colin, and their four children. They are farming and homesteading on over 1000 acres in Canada raising cattle, goats, chickens, turkeys, horses and more. | GNOWFGLINS.com

Nanny Goat Acres

Nanny Goat Acres | Meet Cindy, Colin, and their four children. They are farming and homesteading on over 1000 acres in Canada raising cattle, goats, chickens, turkeys, horses and more. | GNOWFGLINS.com

"The Foxfire Books were written by high school students in the late 1960s and early 1970s who interviewed older family and neighbors. This was southern Appalachia and these folks were still using old home remedies, killing hogs and using every last bit of the animal, living in log cabins and making moonshine. The students wanted to start a magazine with articles on how the older generation were living. It all turned into 12 books full of old time lore..."

The Foxfire Books

"The Foxfire Books were written by high school students in the late 1960s and early 1970s who interviewed older family and neighbors. This was southern Appalachia and these folks were still using old home remedies, killing hogs and using every last bit of the animal, living in log cabins and making moonshine. The students wanted to start a magazine with articles on how the older generation were living. It all turned into 12 books full of old time lore..."

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