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Eco-Farming Daily

Acres U.S.A., North America's monthly magazine of eco-farming, is packed with practical information. But our editors can't fit it all in each month, so some of the richness ends up here.

How to Reduce Transplant Shock on Your Farm

Avoiding transplant shock when transplanting starters from the greenhouse to the field is a key sustainable farming method. The time of year has once again arrived when we will be taking plants out of the greenhouse and transplanting them into the field.

Acres U.S.A., the monthly magazine of eco-farming, is packed with practical information. But our editors can't fit it all in each month, so some of the richness ends up here. Check out this post, How to Reduce Transplant Shock on Your Farm, in its entirety and many others in Eco-Farming Daily.

Acres U.S.A. Podcast Episode 1: Abbey Smith and Charles Walters

In Episode 1, we interview Abbey Smith with the Savory Institute and ask her about her life as a teacher, rancher and world traveler. She’s spent years studying and practicing wholistic grazing methods, and is trying to help the Savory Institute reach their goals of creating and protecting 1 billion hectares of sustainable grazing land […]

Acres U.S.A., the monthly magazine of eco-farming, is packed with practical information. But our editors can't fit it all in each month, so some of the richness ends up here. Check out this post, Acres U.S.A. Podcast Episode 1: Abbey Smith and Charles Walters, in its entirety and many others in Eco-Farming Daily.

Soil Carbon: Changing Dirt into Soil

Soil carbon’s roll in creating healthy topsoil is becoming a global topic. In fact, it can’t be debated that the definition of a healthy topsoil is when the soil has a rich concentration of durable carbon compounds that change for the better the chemical, physical and biological nature of the soil.

Acres U.S.A., the monthly magazine of eco-farming, is packed with practical information. But our editors can't fit it all in each month, so some of the richness ends up here. Check out this post, Soil Carbon: Changing Dirt into Soil, in its entirety and many others in Eco-Farming Daily.

Stockmanship: 7 Lessons for Success

That highlights lesson one of my continuing life course of study in stockmanship. It is, simply, go out and go out often to look at, listen to and really study the animals in your charge.

Acres U.S.A., the monthly magazine of eco-farming, is packed with practical information. But our editors can't fit it all in each month, so some of the richness ends up here. Check out this post, Stockmanship: 7 Lessons for Success, in its entirety and many others in Eco-Farming Daily.

Acres U.S.A. Bestseller List — January 2017

Here were the top sellers between Jan. 1, 2017 and Jan. 31, 2017, from the Acres U.S.A. bookstore.

Acres U.S.A., the monthly magazine of eco-farming, is packed with practical information. But our editors can't fit it all in each month, so some of the richness ends up here. Check out this post, Acres U.S.A. Bestseller List — January 2017, in its entirety and many others in Eco-Farming Daily.

Eco-Alternative Farmsteading

by JILL HENDERSON Russellville, Missouri is beautifully situated on the line that separates the rugged Ozark Mountains from the rolling prairies of the Midwest. This small town has a quaint charm that blends well with the dramatic rolling hills and rural farms that dot the landscape. It’s also a convenient 15 miles to the bustling […]

Acres U.S.A., the monthly magazine of eco-farming, is packed with practical information. But our editors can't fit it all in each month, so some of the richness ends up here. Check out this post, Eco-Alternative Farmsteading, in its entirety and many others in Eco-Farming Daily.