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Summer 2011

How to Read

Prefer to flip through the magazine online? Visit: http://issuu.com/leepublications/docs/sfqsummer2011.  You can also download a PDF of the magazine, or click on any article below.  Enjoy!

Table of Contents

SMALL FARM PROGRAM UPDATE
Cornell Small Farms Program Update

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
Farm Profit: Making a Life and a Living from Your Farm, by Erica Frenay

COMMUNITY AND WORLD
Ghana: Putting  A Face On 7 Billion People, by Fay Benson

DAIRY
Family Dairy Ventures Back into Cheese , by Pat Brhel
Why Consider Off-Farm Dairy Processing?, by Fay Benson

FARM TECH
ZEA2™: Changing the Way We Grow Food, by Michael McDonough

FARMING COOPERATIVELY
Farmstock: For Farmers, By Farmers!, by Sonja Hedlund

FOREST, FIELD, AND FEEDLOT
Changing the Face of Agricultural Landscape: One Gas Well at a Time, by Sue Smith-Heavenrich

HOME AND FAMILY
Neighbors Growing Winter Greens , by Lisa M. Dellwo

HORTICULTURE
Late Blight of Tomato and Potato in 2011: Watch for It and Participate in the New National Reporting System, by Meg McGrath

NEW FARMERS
Greenhorns: A Growing Network, by Severine v T Fleming
Starting a Farm Incubator, by Dave Llewellyn

NON-DAIRY LIVESTOCK
Heritage Breeds: Ort’s Barnyard Menagerie, by Lindsay Debach
In Defense of Specialization, by Ulf Kintzel

NORTHEAST SARE SPOTLIGHT
All Dressed Up and No Place to Snow: Filling Soil Health Prescriptions with Targeted Cover Crops, by Annie Bass

STEWARDSHIP & NATURE
Farm Ponds: Strategies for Multiple Functions, by Ben Falk
The Wonder of Life, by Bill Duesing

VALUE-ADDED
Fabrics of Our Livelihoods, by Karey Solomon

YOUTH PAGES
What 4-H Means To Me , by Jenna Brokaw
Raised Bed Gardening… With a Little Help from my Friends, by Megan Rosko
Brothers Have Fun Raising Rabbits, by Brandon and Blaine Knoll