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A special invitation to farmers seeking to succeed ... naturally! Guidance, inspiration and real-world information on production-scale sustainable farming you can use for seasons and generations to come. Get 12 issues every year for a low price and earn your ROI back from the very first article you read.
  • New ideas for your farm

    New ideas for your farm

    Learn fresh ideas based on clean technology from eco-farming's best and brightest

  • In-depth feature stories

    In-depth feature stories

    Each issue carries multiple in-depth feature stories profiling successful eco-farmers and detailing viable production practices

  • Organic/sustainable farming news

    Organic/sustainable farming news

    Keep up-to-date on the science, regulations, controversies related to non-toxic farming

  • Soil & crop info each month

    Soil & crop info each month

    Get the scoop on the latest growing tools and methods and the non-chemical inputs available to keep your soil healthy

  • Livestock too!

    Livestock too!

    Diversified farms are healthy farms, so you'll always find useful information on grazing, pastured poultry, and more

  • Beyond organic

    Beyond organic

    Whether you're a conventional farmer seeking to reduce synthetic inputs, certified organic, or somewhere in between, each issue will benefit you

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Anne L.
United States United States
Great magazine!

I have been reading this magazine for many years now and look forward to its arrival every month. Good, factual information about farming, food and nutrition, all my favorite topics.

Daniel R.
United States United States
Wealth of info

Great! It opened up a can of worms so to speak! Thanks for being there.

Richard R.
United States United States
This is my top ag magazine

Great, but I would suggest doing more articles from the midwest including ND, SD and Montana. There are many growers and researchers doing restorative ag.

Zane B.
United States United States
Didn’t receive

Never received one copy

Eddie M.
United States United States
Lot of rhetoric but not much substance

Poorer than I expected. As an ag publication to waste a entire mag on hemp is pretty weak. Once it gets figured out beyond fad status the big players will starve out the startup folks. We've been there with chinchilla, emus, buffalo, ... But every edition has philosophy but not a lot of directly applied information.

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