Acres U.S.A. News & Announcements

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Book of the Week: Dr. Paul Dettloff's Complete Guide to Raising Animals Organically

April 02, 2019
Learn how to keep your cattle and other livestock safe from your electric fencing in Dr. Paul Dettloff's newest book!
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Read About Transitioning to Eco-Farming in the 2019 April Issue of Acres U.S.A. Magazine

April 01, 2019
This issue focuses on stories of and advice on transitioning from traditional farming to eco-farming practices. Learn more!
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Tractor Time podcast episode 27: Jodi Helmer on Protecting Pollinators

March 27, 2019
Author, journalist and gardener Jodi Helmer discusses the environmental threats facing pollinators, and what we can do to help them, in this episode of Tractor Time podcast.
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5 Titles For Under $10 at the March Book Fair Sale

March 21, 2019
Check out these five books that will cost you less than $10 each at the March Book Fair Sale. Get the most bang for your buck!
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Book of the Week: Compost Revolution

March 19, 2019
Learn how to build Helmut Schimmel's custom worm humus container!
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Book of the Week: From the Soil Up

March 12, 2019

Read an excerpt on tillage principles and systems from environmental agronomist Donald L. Schriefer. 

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Learn About Poultry in the 2019 March Issue of Acres U.S.A. Magazine

February 28, 2019
The March 2019 issue of Acres U.S.A. magazine is chock-full of articles on poultry farming, plus more articles on engaging, trending topics such as biochar, paperpot transplanters and how to deal with herbicide drift. Read on to learn more!
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Announcing the Healthy Soil Summit in California this summer!

February 07, 2019

Join us August 21-22, 2019, for a day and a half of intensive learning, networking and an optional half-day tour! Learn practical strategies from high-caliber speakers and more!

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Are You the Next Great Editor of Acres U.S.A. Magazine?

February 05, 2019
If you’re up to speed on innovations taking place in modern ecological agriculture, aware of the shortfalls of industrial- and chemical-based systems, and interested in sharing the story of how innovative farmers are finding prosperity while growing healthy food, you could be our next managing editor.