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Spring 2014

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Table of Contents

SMALL FARMS PROGRAM UPDATE
Cornell Small Farms Program Update

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
Keeping Records: Enterprise Analysis and Class Tracking With Quick Books, by Mark Cannella
Managing Risk: Using Heat Lamps on the Farm, by Michael Glos

COMMUNITY AND WORLD
Growing for No Profit, by John Welton

DAIRY
Would a “National Checkoff” Fit Organic? by Elizabeth Burrichter
Kidding Tips and Tricks, by Stephanie Fisher

GRAZING
The Importance of Residual Forage, by Ulf Kintzel

LIVESTOCK & POULTRY
Plotting an Oink between the Chicken Coop and the Hoop House, by Rachel Carter
Cleaning and Disinfecting Your Poultry House, by Michael J. Darre
Mail Order Chicks, by John Suscovich

LOCAL FOODS & MARKETING
SPIN Farming in New England: A New Approach for Market Gardening Operations, by Brenda Sullivan
Harvest Home Farmer’s Market: Making Local Agriculture Accessible to All, by Sara Milonovich

NEW & BEGINNING FARMERS
Cultivating a Career, by Rachel Fussell
New Jersey’s Beginning Farmers: The Journeyperson Interviews, by Erica Evans

NORTHEAST SARE SPOTLIGHT
Ducks with a Purpose, by Abigail Woughter

SEED STORIES
Four Easy Seeds to Save This Season, by Petra Page-Mann

URBAN FARMING
Proft per Square Foot: Tackling Challenges Unique to Urban Farming, by Pat Brhel