Small Farm Quarterly - Summer 2004
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Cornell Small Farms Program
CONTENTS: EDITORIAL: From the Editors by John Thurgood, Page 3; READERS WRITE: Page 3 & 5; SMALL FARM PROGRAM UPDATE: New Director Named to Cornell Small Farms Program, by Linda McCandless, Page 4; PRODUCTION AND MANAGEMENT: Should You Have Crop Insurance?, by Jim Ashton, Page 9; Effective Natural Ventilation for New Smaller Freestall Barns, by Curt Gooch, Page 16; Nutrient Management Planning: Small Farms Are Still Responsible, by Bill Henning, Page 25; FARMING OPPORTUNITIES: Homeland Security by Jim Hogue, Page 7; Gone to the Hogs by Brent Buchanan, Page 21; There IS Life After Dairy: The Story of Healing Spirits Herb Farm, by Anita Cassard, Page 17; FOREST AND WOODLOT: Managing Unconventional Resources: Hedging Your Bets with Hedgerows, by David Reid, Page 11; Sustainable Forestry at Indian Chimney Farm, by Chris Grant, Page 23; MARKETING: Consumers Favor Family Farms, Page 8; Concentration and Market Power in the Dairy Industry, by Molly Ames, Page 24-25; HOME AND FAMILY: Crossroads, by Claire Hebbard, Page 5; The Great Agricultural Fairs of New York, by Russell Marquart, Page 6; New York AgrAbility Assists Farmer with Safety Adaptations, by Holly Cestero, Page 10; NEW FARMERS: Young Farmers Find Their Way, by Mariane Kiraly, Page 4; Learn to Manage Stress Early in Your Farming Career, by Cathy Sheils, Page 14; Beginning Farmers of New Hampshire, by Brandon Sussman, Page 27; STEWARDSHIP AND NATURE: Small Farm with a Big Idea, by Amanda Van Blarcom, Page 12-13; Potato Leafhopper, Alfalfa and the Dog Days of Summer, by Ken Wise, Page 26; COMMUNITY/WORLD: Keeping the Small Farm Legacy Alive, by Alice Allen, Page 22; RESOURCE SPOTLIGHTS: Tilling the Soil of Opportunity, Page 8; Northeast Small Farm Expo by Heather Strachan, Page 13; Cornell’s Community, Food, and Agriculture Program, Page 15; Women’s Agricultural Network 10 Years & Still Growing, by Mary Peabody and Beth Holtzman, Page 15; Beginning Farmers of New Hampshire, Page 27; Other Small Farm Magazines, Page 28; YOUTH PAGES: They Call Me the Eggman, by Dennis Deysenroth, Page 18; 4-H Contests - Having Fun & Learning Too!, by Katelyn Walley, Page 18; Ag Quiz, Page 18; Hard Work Really Pays Off, by James Gardner, Page 19; Small Farm Chores Lead to Big Life Lessons, by Emily Schmitt, Page 19; FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Why Isn’t Agriculture Important to the Northeast?, by Ed Harwood, Page 6; Some Simple Observations on Small Scale Farming, by Bill Henning, 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