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  • Everyone 'kneads' more local grain

    There is a quiet but swiftly moving current of “grain collaboration” happening throughout New England.Read on...
  • Making the Rounds

    Practitioners of the art of animal husbandry have the ability to understand the workings of a farm that a person steeped in science will never come close to understanding in its strict methodological manner.Read on...
  • Designing your Farm for Weed Management

    Not using the right weed management tools at the right time can lead to a long season of trying to save crops buried knee deep in the weeds.Read on...
  • Vintage NF: Beyond Your Own Fence Posts

    Organic farming is not just about making a higher profit. Sure, we have to make a living. And, sure, we live and die on the gritty details of compost and cover crops, tillers and no-till. But we are stewards of more than just our soil and our farm.Read on...


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