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Backyard Farming on an Acre (More or Less) (Living Free Guides) Paperback – December 4, 2012
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About the Author
Angela England is the author of Backyard Farming on an Acre (More or Less), a Living Free guide, and a freelance writer who, along with her husband and four children, cultivates a half-acre farm in their backyard where they manage to raise diary and meat goats, keep enough chickens for eggs and free-range poultry, and foster an intensively productive garden for fresh fruits and vegetables. With dirt under their fingernails, they started by cultivating a small garden and eventually took on chickens and goats. With time, their garden grew and they expanded to parent bees, cultivate fruit trees, and manage a larger plot while shedding the conveniences of urban life. Angela is the Plants and Bulbs feature writer at Suite101 and founded the Untrained Housewife website in order to guide others in recapturing the lost arts of rural living. She also manages and maintains the Blissfully Domestic community with an additional 300,000 page views monthly and contributes to other sites and forums on a regular basis. She lives in Catoosa, OK.
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Lots of helpful, encouraging ideas. I love the section at the end where she gives other uses for farm products: goat milk (making soap), how to clean freshly shorn wool, basketry from extra vines or reeds, and candle & crayon making from beeswax.
Oh, and the kindle formatting was well done. :)