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Janet Wallace

In New Zealand, where merino sheep are plentiful, every once in a while a farmer finds a lamb with straight, lustrous hair Read more

Research Notes

Regular contributor Janet Wallace has assembled a list of resources and courses to help you learn more about farming. Read more

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Should you? What are the options? Read more

Headliners

Scientists in Belgium questioned how could a rooster crow so loudly and not damage its own hearing. Read more

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Tumultuous times at farming organization Read more

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The American Consortium for Small Ruminant Parasite Control is sharing its findings on its website. Read more

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Our annual list of educational opportunities for Canadian small farmers and those who want to become farmers Read more

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There are more reasons than ever to grow romaine lettuce. Here is what grows best and under what conditions. Read more

GARDENS & CROPS

Niki Jabbour’s Veggie Garden Remix: 224 new plants to shake up your garden and add variety, flavor, and fun. Read more

NEWS

Some fungi form beneficial partnerships with plants called symbioses, generally defined as ‘different organisms living together’. Read more

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Crowd butchering may be a new solution to an old problem—what to do with the unfamiliar or unwanted cuts of meat. Read more

NEWS

Agricultural and forest soils contain various species of Trichoderma. Several species of this soil fungi are also used as biocontrol agents Read more

Research Notes

Plants seem to demonstrate learned behaviour. Dr. Monica Gagliano studied Mimosa pudica, which closes its compound leaves Read more

Research Notes

Like honeybees, bumblebees are dying off. Although many theories abound for the colony collapse disorder of honeybees, most Read more

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