Spring 2009

SMALL FARM PROGRAM UPDATE

Cornell Small Farms Program Update

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

Annoucing the Strolling of the Heifers Microloan Fund for New England Farmers, by Dorothy Suput

COWS AND CROPS

Mass Nutrient Balance Project for Small Dairies, by Sara Zglobicki

Dear Vicki Vetch, by the Drinkwater Lab

FOREST AND WOODLOT

Stop the Spread of Feral Swine, by Wendy Baltzersen and Marie Kautz

GRAZING

Key to Continued Sustainability is Profitability, by Mike Dennis

The Grazier’s Eye, by Jean Tyler

HOME AND FAMILY

Radical Homemakers Reveal True Wealth, by Shannon Hayes

HORTICULTURE

Cover Crops Case Studies: Maple Tree Gardens, by Molly Shaw

LOCAL FOODS & MARKETING

Assessing the Market Potential of Products, by Laura Biasillo

Does Your Marketing Program have a GPS? by Debra Perosio

NEW FARMERS

Anybody Can Feed a Pig, by Bob Comis

Labor for Learning, by Carla Shafer

Cultivating Vegetables and Myself, by Abha Gupta

NON-DAIRY LIVESTOCK

Does Raising Sheep Pay? by Ulf Kintzel

NORTHEAST SARE SPOTLIGHT

Pastured Livestock Internship Program, by Violet Stone  

ORGANIC FARMING

Ecological Control of Pasture Flies, by Fay Benson

RESOURCE SPOTLIGHTS

Skills for Self-Reliance

SMALL FARM SPOTLIGHTS

Portrait of a Very Small Farm, by Nicole Ayers and Gary Olcott

My Life at a Sweet Grass Meats Farm, by Onagh MacKenzie

STEWARDSHIP & NATURE

Agricultural Environmental Management: Big Opportunities for Small Farms, by Barbara Silvestri

WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE

We Should Have Listened to Grandma, by Susan Neal

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