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PO Box 85
Mt. Hope, OH 44660
Farming Magazine is published seasonally (quarterly) in Holmes County, Ohio, U.S.A. by Friends of the Agrarians, Box 85, Mt. Hope, Ohio 44660. We emphasize practical articles that strive to educate farmers about ways to increase profitability, about how a farmer uses ecologically sound farming practices and how farmers think creatively about farming in the 21st century. We aim to offer attractive alternatives to low-profit, high-tech farming. We are interested in publishing a wide range of useful and practical information. The best Farming Magazine articles will combine experience, wisdom and science.
Our focus is on the full-time farmer, however we also have many readers who are serious part-time farmers and others who have an interest in preserving the small family farm as a viable way of life. We like to hear about ways the entire family, or even members of a community, get involved in the farm operation.
We want your articles and ideas.
Types of articles we publish.
Write about the real farm life of today. We want to hear about interesting and innovative ways farmers operate to make a profit. How do today's small farmers manage crops and livestock? We like to hear about farmers who process and market their own products including interesting or unusual commodities but no articles about exotic animals, please.
Farm home articles emphasize the farm kitchen including gardening, cooking with, and preserving homegrown foods. New ideas for flower and herb gardens and recipes featuring seasonal produce are welcome, as are human interest articles featuring cooks and gardeners and hobbyists. Submit these with black and white and/or color photos. We believe entertainment, humor, philosophy, and poetry are important to today's farm families and welcome submissions in these categories, but avoid sentimental and nostalgic writing. Rather, we emphasize the real world of farm life today. poetry should reflect elements of nature and human nature. Poetry does not have to rhyme.
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