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Are you looking for ways to improve your small farm management? Do you like to read about how other farmers are innovating on their small farms? Are you looking for new ideas, tips and resources to help you reach your farm and family goals?
If so, you’ll enjoy the Small Farms Quarterly. It’s for full-time and part-time farmers, experienced and beginning farmers, and even folks who are just interested in reading about agriculture.
The Small Farms Quarterly is printed four times a year, featuring articles with a variety of technical advice and farmer stories. Launched in 2003 with the goal of supporting small farms in the Northeast, the Quarterly was awarded "Best Publication" by the New York State Association of County Agricultural Agents (NYSACAA) in 2006.
The Quarterly is produced by the Cornell Small Farms Program, with contributions from educators within Cornell Cooperative Extension (CCE), faculty and researchers with the Cornell University College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS), and other farmers and service providers across the Northeast. We welcome contributions from anyone who has a story to share.
The Quarterly is published by Lee Publications with Country Folks Magazine. Subscribe now to start receiving your copy of the Small Farms Quarterly.
Read the Latest Quarterly Issue
The Cornell Small Farms Program is pleased to announce the arrival of the Spring 2023 edition of the Small Farms Quarterly. In this issue, we feature a decision-making framework to support farmer stress management, part-two of a beginning farmer’s story on establishing an on-farm market, and reduced tillage tools to help reduce your soil’s weed seedbank. You can read articles from the Spring 2023 Quarterly online now. Or if you’d rather flip through the articles in a magazine format, take a look at our online reader to peruse this issue or feel…
Subscribe to the Small Farms Quarterly
The magazine is delivered four times each year as an insert in the publication Country Folks. If you already subscribe to Country Folks, you will automatically receive the Quarterly at no extra cost. Country Folks is delivered weekly in print for $50 per year, which includes a digital subscription. A two-year subscription is $90, and a digital-only subscription is $25 per year. Learn more about Country Folks on their website.
If you’d like to subscribe to Small Farms Quarterly only, you will receive just the four issues of Country Folks that contain the Quarterly insert for only $5 per year. To subscribe, contact the Country Folks subscription department at email@example.com.
Also, you can visit your local CCE office to pick-up a copy of the latest Small Farms Quarterly.
Would you like to distribute the Small Farms Quarterly at a CCE event, agriculture fair, farm stand, or agriculture or food-related business? You can order multiple copies of any issue for just $.75 a copy. Minimum order is 25 copies, plus shipping. Orders must be placed at least four weeks before the publication date. Deadlines can be found on our contribute page.
For more information about ordering the Small Farms Quarterly, contact Tracy Johnson at Lee Newspapers:
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Contact the Small Farms Quarterly
For more information about the Small Farms Quarterly, contact the managing editor, Kacey Deamer, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Small Farms Quarterly readership is at nearly 40,000 subscribers in New York, New England, and throughout the U.S. All issues of the magazine are also available online, exponentially increasing the publication's reach.
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