Bethany Harris – Felt Artist, Shepherdess, Author and Illustrator

Bethany Harris of Woolly Meadows Felting continues with wool, felting and painting with wool. Read more

All Sorts Acres Farm and Gallery and the Art of Farming

There is a lot to know about Jennifer Osborne and All Sorts Acres Farm and Gallery, starting with a connection to willow and wool. Read more

Celebrate Organic Week 2022

Celebrating organic farmers and their organic stories from across the country. Read more

The Summer Nothing Worked

Although Dan Needles experienced various challenges throughout the summer, his small farm remained manageable, fresh and full of promise. Read more

Recipe Redo – Making Old Recipes Healthier

Do you have old family recipes? Join Helen Lammers-Helps with Toby Amidor as they focus on whole food recipes. Read more

DIY Anaerobic Composter

Join Dan Kerr as he displays how to make a DIY anaerobic barrel composter. Read more

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Become an organic advocate now

66% of Canadians are buying organic. Learn how to be involved all year long. Read more

It’s Fall Fair season across Canada

Check out the various fall fairs, expositions and exhibitions happening near you. Read more

Protect your horse from West Nile virus

West Nile virus affects horses’ central nervous system. Learn the signs and precautions of this emerging disease. Read more

Study Shows Soil Health Practices a Win-Win for Farmers and the Environment

Dr. Aaron De Laporte shares highlights from a study that can aid farmers in their decision-making around adopting soil health practices. Read more

Growing Rhubarb

Rhubarb is an essential addition to the perennial vegetable bed and it’s easy to grow from seed. Read more

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Notes from the Larkspur Supper Club

The Fathers of Invention

There are an astounding number of after-market geniuses in rural Canada very much like Dan Kerr – by my calculations about one every square mile. Read more

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Organic Gardening Tips and Tricks by Mark and Ben Cullen

An informative workshop with Mark and Ben Cullen. Read more

Sep 16, 2022

Movie Night: Modified

Enjoy a movie night with the film Modified! Read more

Sep 16, 2022

International Plowing Match and Rural Expo

International Plowing Match and Rural Expo is the largest show of its kind in North America. Read more

Sep 20, 2022Sep 24, 2022

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Small Farm Canada

New cab available for LS Tractor’s MT225s

Read all about LS Tractor’s MT225s including its unique design, features and specs. Read more

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Should You Buy a Zero Turn or a Lawn Tractor?

Aside from price and availability, choosing a mower depends on mobility, maneuverability, simplicity, speed and much more. Small Farm Canada lists the pros and cons between zero-turn mowers and lawn tractors. Read more

Case IH adds to Farmall lineup

Case IH now has 12 models in its Farmall lineup with three latest additions. Read more

Overview of the John Deere 1025R

Jared Healy gives an overview of the John Deere 1025R, one of JD’s most versatile tractors. Read more

Kioti introduces new factory cab

Kioti unveils a new cab option, the Factory Cab, available in the spring of 2022. Read more

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Raising happy chickens

What is happiness to a bird? Living out its days scratching, pecking, drinking, eating, clucking, and (if you’re a hen) laying eggs? Amy Hogue has a few tips that will keep your flock happy and healthy. Read more

Home butchering 101

It’s important to ensure everything is set up ahead of time, using a well thought out assembly-line system so the job runs smoothly from start to finish. Read more

A poultry success story

Merrifield Farms is an excellent example of small farm innovation and excellence Read more

Could your birds make you sick?

Regular contributor Amy Hogue, looks at five health risks that could be living in your coop Read more

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