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    Featured Articles from the Fall 2007 Issue

    Farmers' Markets

    Each Friday, from early spring to late summer, finds Jeff and Liz Padgett working a little faster and more purposeful on their southern Indiana farm.

    As they prepare for the Saturday morning farmers' market in Bloomington, there's produce to be selected, picked, washed, cooled, and packaged. Seedlings to be boxed. Flowers to be cut, cooled, and tied into bouquets. Tables and chairs to be rounded up. And a truck to be loaded.

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    Out Here Workshop Barns, Barns, Barns

    Shelter from the storm for your livestock, planning a barn that fits your lifestyle, building a pole barn, and health in the hayloft are the features this month...

    Shelter From The Storm: Cattle, horses, goats, sheep, and even alpacas and llamas can usually handle rainy, windy, or cold temperatures, but when these elements combine, livestock can quickly become chilled.

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    Try Your Hand At Canning Tomatoes

    After all the work you put into your garden, you don’t want any of it to go to waste. For first-time canners, tomatoes are a good vegetable to begin with, because their naturally high acidity prevents the growth of dangerous bacteria, and they’re easy to can, particularly by the water bath method.

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    Meet A Tractor Restorer

    As a kid, he bought the miniature toy version, dreaming of the day he would own the real thing. Now Francis Pawelek does, after devoting months to taking apart the old rusty machine, piece by piece, sanding off the rust and grime, repainting that familiar John Deere green, and bringing the boxy behemoth back to life. It’s a work of art, he says.

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    Recipes

    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.