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SheepLetter is a copyrighted newsletter produced by senior staff of the Pipestone Veterinary Clinic. Each issue has important and new information on the sheep industry. Contact them for subscription information
The newsletter provides a medium where sheep growers can find markets for their fleeces and a forum where experiences, ideas and related information, can be exchanged with sheep growers on the West Coast as well as throughout the country and overseas. Contributors are not only shepherds and spinners sharing their experiences and knowledge, but renowned scientists, geneticists and veterinarians, as well, offering their insights on the latest theories and technologies.
COUNTRYSIDE is the truly original country magazine (established 1917) serving that branch of the Voluntary Simplicity movement seeking greater self-reliance (homesteading), with emphasis on home food production. This includes gardening, small-scale livestock, cooking, food preservation, resource conservation, recycling, frugality, money management, alternative energy, old-time skills, home business, and much more.
Sheep Connection is a quarterly magazine dedicated to promoting the sheep industry, help producers market their product and provide information to sheep producers so they can be better equiped to compete in an aggressive marketplace.
Magazine explores a wide range of sheep-related topics of interest to sheep growers and sheep product marketers at all levels of experience. On this web site you'll find the current issue of SHEEP! Magazine and sample articles from past issues, our book store, subscription instructions, information about us and our sister publications and much more.
Published 10 times a year The Shepherd's Journal is the most comprehensive sheep publication subscribed to in Canada. Relating an excellent cross section of articles and pictures of the Canadian sheep industry, this top quality magazine also relates well to the beginner and or novice thru to the veteran with tactical procedures in sheep production promoting nutrition, penning, medications and more. It will acquaint you to the show ring sheep and their owners right on thru to the range flocks and their shepherds.
This publication will inform and advise you as it encompasses the complete sheep industry. It will also reveal how sheep producers across North America will tell you in their own words of their experiences, good and sometimes bad, on raising sheep.
Herding and guard dogs are also featured along with shearing thru to the crafts and recipes and much more please accept this invitation to check out our web pages
Small Farm Today is the original how-to magazine of alternative and traditional crops, livestock, and direct marketing. It was established in 1984 for the promotion of small farming, rural living, community, and agripreneurship. Small acreage owners and family farmers benefit from our how-to articles on profitable livestock, wool and fiber, poultry, draft animals, vegetable and small fruit crops, aquaculture, marketing, gardening, farm equipment, rural/home-based businesses, and more! Each issue has a theme: June focuses on Livestock, and August covers Alternative Livestock. Other themes include Wool & Fiber, Equipment, Draft Animals, Marketing, and Gardening & Field Crops.
Step into SpinOff and find a neighborly community of spinners ready to share their knowledge. But SpinOff will also whisk you away! Travel around the world to discover new and old spinning tools; sit down with knowledgeable instructors and learn new spinning techniques; step into spinners' homes and discover friends whose craft and experience will enrich your life. And every issue of SpinOff will inspire you to take your own exciting journeys with your spinning wheel.
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Sheep Canada magazine is a quarterly publication. Each issue features columns on Sheep Health, Sheep Genetics, Sheep Behaviour and Sheep Equipment (new in Winter 2000), as well as regional notes, updates on sheep research around the world and more. Beginner's Corner and Wool Work sections will be of interest to new producers and hobby flocks.
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