Spring 2005

SMALL FARM PROGRAM UPDATE

Small Farms Program Update by Joanna Green

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

When the Wind Blows by Jude Barry

New York State Ups Its Minimum Wage by Joan Petzen

COMMUNITY/WORLD

One Farming Philosophy That’s Stood the Test of Time by Bill Henning

COWS AND CROPS

Dairy and Beef: A Perfect Fit
by Peggy Murray   

Raising Contract Heifers and Custom Forage Crops by Larry R. Hulle

Soybeans Offer Small Growers Income Through New Contract Program
by Kara Lynn Dunn

Are You Growing the Most Advantageous Crop? by Bill Henning   

FOREST AND WOODLOT

Maple Flavor and Syrup Grading by Stephen Childs

HORTICULTURE

Small-Scale Greenhouse Management by Judson Reid

Stepnoski Farm – Adapting to Changing Markets by Bernadette Logozar

MARKETING

Valley Farmers by Stephen Kaye

The Good News About Fat by Julie Berry  

Great Product, Great Market – But How Do You Connect the Two? by Jude Barry

NEW FARMERS

Farmers Share Their Start-Up Stories by Madeleine Charney

NON-DAIRY LIVESTOCK

Equine Emergency! Wound Care Basics for Your Horse by David Leggett

ORGANIC FARMING

Finally, An Effective Organic Herbicide! by Fred Forsberg

PRODUCTION AND MANAGEMENT

What’s Needling You? by David Leggett

STEWARDSHIP AND NATURE

Time to Take A Look At Your Phosphorus Fertilizer Rates for Corn? by Karl Czymmek, Quirine Ketterings and Greg Albrecht

Look Who’s Living In Your Alfalfa! by Ken Wise

Beneficial Bats by Kim Grant

URBAN AGRICULTURE

Re-Vision Farm: Enterprising Urban Aquaculturalists by Bernadette Logozar

East NY (City) Farms! by Linda Arneroso

YOUTH PAGES

4-H – A Defining Choice by Bethany Hobin

Chicks to Champions by Mary Katherine Zielonka

Activity: Grow A Plant

Farming is Fantastic! by Jaboc Dueppengiesser

From City to County by Deandra Johnson

Teamwork by Olivia Sherman

 

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