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    Featured Articles from the Spring 2008 Issue

    Out Here Magazine - Spring 2008

    Painted Hand Farm

    For Sandra Miller, each element of Painted Hand Farm marks a portion of a journey for her, her family, and a farm tumbled into disrepair — a place known just seven years ago as the community's "junk farm." But Sandra and her spouse, Ralph, have reinvigorated the property in the heart of a place where the horse-drawn carriages of Amish farmers mingle on the roads with pickup trucks.

    Not only is the farm looking more appealing, but it is becoming what farms once were — a family's primary source of income. The couple plans a modest creamery to turn goat milk into cheese and they sell turkeys and goat meat, which is processed to U.S. Department of Agriculture standards.

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    A Bit of Yesteryear at The Windmill Farm

    More than 40 vintage windmills tower over Rickgauer's Windmill Farm at his home near Tolar, Texas, where Chuck and his wife Ruby also run a bed and breakfast. On wooden or metal pedestals, these windmills spin here in the breeze as they have across the prairie for about 150 years. Think of the Windmill Farm as the landscape of rural America, distilled down to 26 acres. "We call this history in motion," says Rickgauer.

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    Save Money and Time By Testing Your Soil

    When it comes to growing, if a little fertilizer is good, a lot is better. Right? Not really. Fertilizer applications should match the needs of the soil and plants, experts say. Growers and gardeners alike can benefit from investing in a simple and inexpensive soil test. It's a tool to give you the most accurate method to tell the fertility of a field, lawn, garden, or pasture.

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    Customize Your Own Clay Pots

    Earthy, inexpensive terra cotta pots can easily be customized for any yard or garden. If you want a designer touch without a designer price, save money by decorating your own clay pots, and spend that money, instead, on what your gardening heart really desires, whether that's rows of heirloom tomatoes, a new English rose, or even garden gnomes.

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    Add flavorful new dishes to your dinner table with these tasty recipes submitted by Out Here readers.

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    Out Here magazine is a quarterly publication from Tractor Supply Co. celebrating the rural lifestyle.
    Pick up a hard copy at your local store and browse here for how to and lifestyle articles, recipes, travel ideas and upcoming events.