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    Spring 2016 Out Here Magazine

    Saving Rare Breeds

     

    The Lamona chicken was supposed to be the chicken of the future.

     

    It took 16 years to develop a prolific egg-layer and good meat bird, and by 1921, the Lamona was ready to out-produce the competition.

     

    But it never happened.

     

    “Commercialization happened,” says Jeannette Beranger, research and technical programs manager for The Livestock Conservancy, a nonprofit membership organization working to protect nearly 200 breeds of livestock and poultry from extinction.

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    Featured Articles from the Spring 2016 Issue

    Gardening in Miniature

     

    Linda Sulentic often wonders what it would be like to be two inches tall. She wanders around her garden, thinking about where she would live and how she could decorate her surroundings — and then she creates elaborate miniature gardens based on her imaginings.

     

    The small worlds, called fairy gardens, are creative vignettes complete with miniature furnishings, diminutive plants, and lots of whimsy.

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    Rod and Reel Repair

     

    Though we live in what many might call a throw-away society these days, some things are worth maintaining and repairing.

     

    Just ask a fisherman.

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    Chicken Feed

     

    While chickens are certainly one of the easiest and most rewarding backyard livestock to keep, they require specialized feed and care just like other animals.

     

    And as they grow from those fuzzy little peeps into full-grown hens or roosters, their nutritional needs change. In fact, giving chickens the right feed at the right time is vital to not only achieve the results you want, but also to assure their health and well-being.

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