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Home farm : how to grow your own food / Paul Heiney.

By: Heiney, Paul.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: London : Dorling Kindersley, 2010Edition: Revised edition.Description: 192 pages : color illustrations ; 29 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781405353373 (hbk.).Subject(s): Home economics, Rural | Farms, Small | Agriculture | Livestock | Farm life | Self-reliant livingDDC classification: 630 Summary: A practical self-sufficiency handbook - learn to grow food, raise animals and nurture your land. There is a part in every one of us that wants to be self-sufficient: a part that yearns to get back to the earth and to revel in the healthy experiences of growing, rearing and making. Find out how to turn the dream into reality following this practical guide.
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A practical self-sufficiency handbook - learn to grow food, raise animals and nurture your land

There is a part in every one of us that wants to be self-sufficient- a part that yearns to get back to the earth and to revel in the healthy experiences of growing, rearing and making. Find out how to turn the dream into reality following this practical guide.

You'll find the basic information you need to be self-sufficient; from subjects like home farming and livestock care, to gardening for food and preparing meals from the things you have raised by hand. It doesn't matter how much room you have, you'll find practical ideas for any space - even a window box in the city.

A new edition of an old favourite, the perfect guide to the Good Life for today's back-to-the-earth enthusiast.

Previous ed.: 1998.

Includes index.

A practical self-sufficiency handbook - learn to grow food, raise animals and nurture your land. There is a part in every one of us that wants to be self-sufficient: a part that yearns to get back to the earth and to revel in the healthy experiences of growing, rearing and making. Find out how to turn the dream into reality following this practical guide.

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