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Living the Country Life magazines from 2008-2011.

 

Living the Country Life, Fall 2011

Get some handy tips for using trailers; see where your toughest chores rank on our top 10 list; and learn about Texas longhorns, horse diseases, wood furnaces, and planting a windbreak.


Living the Country Life, Summer 2011

Get the scoop on hay equipment; learn about natural disease and pest control in the garden; and read articles on wildflowers, goat fencing, water gardens, bird sanctuaries, and more.


Living the Country Life, Spring 2011

Trick out your compact tractor with 10 cool attachments; study Betsy's guide to gardening; and learn about fixing a leaky pond, raising Watusi cattle, growing salad greens, and shearing alpacas. Also, see how one family turned their back 40 into a baseball field.


Living the Country Life, Early Spring 2011

Get tips for choosing a utility vehicle, growing tulips, raising chickens, controlling flies, restoring a barn, and more. Plus, read helpful advice from our readers, and learn about weather in the country.


Living the Country Life, Fall 2010

Read stories on heritage turkeys, the Classic Barn Contest, pasture fencing, firewood tips, a beautiful lakefront home, and pie recipes.


Living the Country Life, August 2010

Read stories on birdhouse gardens, an unusual horse arena, ATV attachments, Cool Country Tools, creating wildlife cover, and sweet pepper recipes.


Living the Country Life, June 2010

Read stories on an eco-friendly acreage, author Jan Brett's chickens, buying the right tractor, horse health, managing your pasture, great gardens, and garden produce recipes.


Living the Country Life, April 2010

Read stories on choosing a generator, controlled burning, poultry pets, our Country Cover Contest winner, a pink tractor, and asparagus recipes.


Living the Country Life, December 2009

Read stories on boer goats, cattle tips, Chrismas tree farm, holiday gifts, owning a horse on a budget, a log cabin saved, managing hunters, holiday cookie recipes, and favorite holiday traditions.


Living the Country Life, October 2009

Read stories on keeping horses healthy, angora goats, barn fire safety, apple farm, peafowl, saving energy, apple recipes and fall festivities.


Living the Country Life, August 2009

Read stories on bantam chickens, Dexter cattle, egg recipes, planting horse pastures, art sculpting, Katahdin hair sheep and summer fun.


Living the Country Life, June 2009

Read stories on creating koi ponds, raising ducks, cattle care, raising rabbits, strawberry recipes and acreage blunders.


Living the Country Life, April 2009

Read stories on perennials, weeding tools, mules, ponds, landscaping, machinery deals and herb recipes.


Living the Country Life, February 2009

Read stories on Great Pyrenees, utility tractors, calving, deer control, garden seeds and soup recipes.


Living the Country Life, December 2008

Read stories on metal working, black walnut trees, walnut recipes, chain saws and growing windbreaks.


Living the Country Life, October 2008

Read stories on shepherding, box scrapers, fall plants, hay for horses, landscaping, and cooking with squash.


Living the Country Life, August 2008

Read stories on no-kill farms, ostriches, butterfly gardens, horse trailers, pond aerators, natural prairies and BBQ recipes.


Living the Country Life, June 2008

Read stories on building a dream acreage, shade plants, water garden tips and fish farms.


Living the Country Life, April 2008

Read stories on ornamental ironwork, mushroom hunting, landscaping basics, grazing and favorite horse breeds.


Living the Country Life, February 2008

Read stories on maple syrup, low-maintenance barns, birdhouses, invasive plants and cold-weather recipes.


 

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