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    Fall 2013 Out Here Magazine

    Fun on the Farm

    Each autumn, Britt's Garden Acres buzzes with activity and laughter as young children revel in the calves, ducks, goats, and other livestock in the petting zoo, young couples search their way through a complicated corn maze, and families pick out their Halloween pumpkins after enjoying a hayride.

    In the middle of everything is the "Fun Zone" where youngsters can tumble in the inflatable bouncy house, climb hay bales and oversized tractor tires, crawl through large tubes, have pictures taken with life-sized cut-outs, and glide down a mountain-sized slide.

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    A 200-year Tradition at Sciple's Water Mill

    The honor box says a lot about Sciple's Water Mill in De Kalb, Miss. Attached to a stand that's filled with the mill's stone-ground whole-wheat flour, fish fry mix, grits, and meal, the honor box means visitors won't leave empty-handed even if the mill is closed.

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    Get the Right Fit with Pint-sized Cattle

    Doctors repaired the heart of Virginia Beer's husband, Michael, five years ago with a valve made with tissue from a cow. She jokes that post-surgery he felt compelled to own cattle.

    The "Little Big Farm" in Hilliard, Fla., just south of the Georgia border, however, spanned only about 3 acres, too small for traditional cattle. Instead, the couple bought a 6-month-old miniature zebu bull.

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    Know the Facts Before Starting an Animal Rescue

    Before you open your home to needy animals, think about the realities of starting and running a rescue. I love doing this work, but the rescue life isn't easy, and it isn't for everyone. I'm not sure I would have jumped in had I known what I was getting myself into. 

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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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