There are suggestions for animals for the small-scale farmer — goats, chickens, bees — and means of working them into your overall farm design. Five Acres and Independence By: The Tools that Built America. It has helped countless small farmers attain their dreams, and it continues today as an exceptional resource for those who want to make their first farming attempt. This book is written to help both!
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Everyone who has ever dreamed of getting back to the soil will derive from Maurice Grenville Kains' practical and easy-to-understand discussions a more complete view of what small-scale farming means. The Classic Guide to Independent Farming. The American Boy's Handy Book: Countless readers of Five Acres and Independence have come away with specific projects to begin and moved closer to the fulfillment of their dreams of independence on a small farm. Kains and Oldfield cover al tive questions and give practical answers.
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Some things, of course, have changed since when M. Turn-of-the-Century Classic of Crafts and Activities. It has helped countless small farmers attain their dreams, and it continues today as an exceptional resource for those who want to make their first farming attempt. In these times it's important to be a self-reliant and sustainable as possible.
If your experience in the country so far has been confined to vacations or summer residence and if your reading has been limited to literature that depicts the attractive features independencf farm life in vivid colors but purposely or thoughtlessly glosses over or fails to emphasize the objectionable ones you will doubtless be shocked at the stress placed in this book upon the drawbacks.
How would you like to be snowed in as my family and I have been so that for ten weeks neither you nor your neighbors could use an automobile because of the deeply drifted snow? Independencce Paperback Books in English. There are suggestions for animals for the small-scale farmer — goats, chickens, bees — and means of working them into your overall farm design. Not bad, but dated A lot of the info in this book is dated, but it is still a good deal, with some relevant and common sense info.
The Classic Beekeeper's Manual. Shelters, Shacks, and Shanties: At various times I worked on five farms, on one or another of which the leading features were dairy cattle, sheep, grain, hay, fruit, vegetables and bees.
At one time I owned a fruit farm with poultry as a side line, at another I managed the fruit department of a produce-raising concern, at still another planted about fifty acres of orchard and vineyard for a commercial orchardist. Also, try some of the things you read about in the book. Dairy goats are much more versatile than cattle.
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Whether you already own a suitable place or are still looking, Five Acres and Independence will help you learn to evaluate land for both its total economic and its specific agricultural possibilities.
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Five Acres and Independence by M. G. Kains and J. E. Oldfield (1973, Paperback)
Five Acres and Independence M. As the owners of these places were good farmers and communicative I learned inxependence from them in addition to how to handle tools and implements effectively.
This book really helps to that end. Can you and your family stand the isolation usually characteristic of farm life?