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Small Farm Quarterly - Spring 2008
Cornell Small Farms Program
CONTENTS: SMALL FARM PROGRAM UPDATE: Cornell Small Farms Program Update, Page 3; BUSINESS MANAGEMENT: Road Map to Success, by Rebecca Schuelke, Page 9; COWS AND CROPS: Sweet on Sorghum, by J.J. Schell, Page 7; Buckwheat for Summer Cover Crops, by Thomas Björkman, Page 13; FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Something Must Be Done!, by Jean Burr, Page 16; Unexpectedly Prepared for the Unexpected, by Bill Henning, Page 18; FOREST AND WOODLOT: Forest Management in Your Living Room, By Peter Smallidge, Page 4; GRAZING: Grazing More Naturally -And Saving Money, by Bill Henning, Page 6; Grazing Heifers, by Samuel M. Leadley, Page 17; HOME AND FAMILY: Raising Rural Kids-Get Ready for Summer!, by Celeste Carmichael, Page 15; Grassfed Cooking: Understanding Beef Stew, by Shannon Hayes, Page 23; HORTICULTURE: Raspberries Under Cover, by Cathy Heidenreich & Marvin Pritts, Page 11; Choosing Pesticides to Minimize Impacts on You and the Environment, by Abby Seaman, Page 18; MARKETING: The Missing Link for Locally Raised Meats, by Tracy Frisch, Page 5; Rutland’s New Winter Market, by Martha Herbert Izzi, Page 12; NEW FARMERS: Livestock Farming as a Second Career, by Carol McGee, Page 8; “Farming On The Web”, by Erica Frenay, Page 14; NON-DAIRY LIVESTOCK: Outdoor Pig Production, by Keith Thornton, Page 10; Internal Parasite Management in Sheep, by Ulf Kintzell, Page 16; ORGANIC FARMING: Certified Organic-What Does It Really Mean?, by Lisa Englebert, Page 19; RESOURCE SPOTLIGHTS: Developing A New Enterprise, Page 8; OUTDOORPIG Email Listserv, Page 10; Raspberry Resources, Page 11; Summer Learning Resources, Page 15; Getting Started With Grazing, Page 17; More on Environmental Impact Quotients, Page 18; Health and Safety on the Farm, Page 22; The Pond Guidebook, Page 23; STEWARDSHIP & NATURE: Innovative Beef Farm is Vermont Sustainable Farm of the Year, by Debra Heleba, Page 3; Agricultural Environmental Management - From The Ground Up, by Barbara Silvestri, Page 23; WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE: Staying Safe and Healthy as We Age, by Susan Neal, Page 22; YOUTH PAGES: Poultry Perfect!, by Mary Cope, Page 20; Best in Show Opportunities, by Rob Wilcox, Page 20; My 4-H Experience, by Loey, Page 21; Chef in Training, by Troy Brown, Page 21
Small Farm Quarterly is for farmers and farm families — including spouses and children - who value the quality of life that smaller farms provide.
Cornell Small Farms Program