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Laying Ducks

Raising Ducks Most people think of chickens for the backyard, even though our web-footed friends can produce more eggs for a longer period of time, the male duck doesn’t crow, and they love to eat slugs among other yard pests.

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Unprocessed Milk

Raw Milk With all the debate about processed food, few have as many strong opinions as the debate about which is better for you, raw milk or pasteurized milk, and what they can or can not do for you. Enjoy,

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American Elderberry

Nutraceutical Crops The Buehler family, fourth-generation farmers, on their farm in Missouri, needed to move away from the row crop and dairy farming and find new opportunities. Enjoy, David Proctor Agroforestry   by David Proctor Jun 6, 2024 Urban Farm

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Worm Farm

Vermiculture Vermiculture is raising worms for use in composting, for bait, and using their castings for fertilizer.  The castings can be used to make worm tea or added directly to your plants as an organic fertilizer. Enjoy, David Proctor Raising Worms

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Zones

Natural Design Permaculture is agriculture focused on utilizing the natural design of ecosystems instead of individual elements. Enjoy, David Proctor Using Natural Design by David Proctor May 23, 2024 Urban Farm Lifestyle Magazine    Published Weekly  Permaculture is a system of

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