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Interesting Magazines
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Clover Honey    Posted 07-07-2001 at 16:16:09       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Hey everyone. Thought I'd share a website with you that has some interesting magazines you can subscribe to, if you like reading about country life and hobbies. Now, these aren't really technical farm business mags, more for pleasure reading. But they do have some good info, and I especially like their cooking mags...real good down-home recipes. None of the mags have any advertising, which is a nice bonus. Try the link below.
Cheers, CH

Ray The Farm    Posted 01-01-2002 at 15:39:05       [Reply]  [Send Email]
How about Countryside at This has a forum like the one here. People like you and me write in about what worked or didn't work for them. Nothing high tech here.

Lew    Posted 07-07-2001 at 19:36:13       [Reply]  [Send Email]
For those of you who have never made it to Wisconsin and visited Greendale (home of Country and others), you should work it into a vacation someday. We visited this last spring when the daffodils were in full bloom (all 20,000 of them) Greendale is a planned garden community where the original houses all had their living room in the back so they could look out at the green way. You can take a tour of the original part of town in a rickshaw type pedal powered vehicle. (someone else pedals). We lunched at the 1950's style soda fountain complete with cherry coke.

Clover Honey - here's the web address    Posted 07-07-2001 at 16:17:27       [Reply]  [No Email]
Some reason, the link didn't post, so here's the web address:


Hogman good stuff    Posted 07-07-2001 at 16:43:15       [Reply]  [No Email]
Yep, They have several mags and all right nice.Country is outstanding,have been taking it for several years. All so far as I know are ad free. Not sure how They can make it on subs alone,but They do have "the country store" which should bring in a fair amount of money.
Another fairly decent one is "countryside". Countryside publications. Mostly homesteaders,lots of ads.Some real good info and some pipe dream but enough good to make it worth reading.

Clover Honey    Posted 07-08-2001 at 14:25:07       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Glad so many share our reading interests. I have subscribed to one or another of Reiman's mags for years. Another one hubby likes is Backwoods Home magazine. It is more for cabins and self-sufficient homesteads than agricultural farms, but it has lots of good info. on rural living.
Take Care,

Dreamweaver    Posted 07-07-2001 at 16:32:21       [Reply]  [No Email]
CloverHoney, I subscribed to 6 of them from that company. They are fantastic and loaded with beautiful photography, great tips about farm/country/ranch life, and wonderful stories. Thanks for pointing it out. BTW - the subscriptions are very reasonably priced.

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