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Farmers & Ranchers

If you plant & harvest, feed & raise...this group is for you.

Members: 91
Latest Activity: Jan 18, 2014

Discussion Forum

Seeking input on remineralization products - Sea 90 in particuar 5 Replies

I am getting very close to giving Sea 90 a fairly large trial for a year or more and would love to hear from others that have had some direct experience using the product.  I am not adverse to…Continue

Started by Joe Tittiger. Last reply by Joseph's Page Jan 28, 2012.

Question about alfalfa seed I got to sprout

I recently bought 50# of alfalfa seed locally that I was assured was safe for sprouting. And it does produce wonderful delicious sprouts.  Tonight however a friend with better eyes than I spotted 2…Continue

Started by Joe Tittiger Mar 17, 2011.

Ag books and videos at the Springfield Library. 3 Replies

Does anyone have a list of good agricultural materials at the library? I was pleased to get both of Gary Zimmers books  on soil from interlibrary loan:The Biological Farmer and  Advancing Biological…Continue

Started by Joe Tittiger. Last reply by Larry Corum Feb 27, 2011.

Value-Added Grants 6 Replies

Department of Ag Encourages Missouri Farm Operations to Apply for Value-Added GrantsThe Missouri Agricultural and Small Business Development Authority (MASBDA) has announced that grants are available…Continue

Tags: grants

Started by christij. Last reply by Joe Tittiger Feb 24, 2011.

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Comment by Sharon B Smith on May 3, 2011 at 12:57pm
Interesting article on Hemp production (or lack thereof) and why. Also note that cotton prices are UP, corn and soy are WAY up, and I didn't see anything about rice, but I'm sure that will be way up, too, because of Japan. Just passing along this info.  http://www.motherearthnews.com/natural-home-living/as-pricey-cotton...
Comment by Joe Tittiger on February 22, 2011 at 11:40pm
I was looking for a post concerning the film "Farm for the Future" that I was sent a link about but do not see it, nor a way to search for it.  There were some good points made but IMHO  but it also contained a lot of very inaccurate information such as saying/implying that there is a natural shortage of oil. I maybe opening a can of worms but there is no doubt that there will be a shortage of energy, that we use too much energy in food production but it is also true that the energy shortage is not natural and is entirely man made. Man made in order for the oligarchs of the world to get rich, to control people,  and various other ends. 

Comment by Michael Wasson on January 20, 2011 at 2:34am

Do you want to be able to keep more of your money?



If enough valid signatures are gathered, it will go on the 2012 ballot.

Comment by Joseph's Page on December 9, 2010 at 1:54am
Food Stamps - Possible new market

NBC did a story on Link cards being used more widely at local farmers markets.

They featured the 61st street market in Chicago where customers food stamp benefits are doubled if used at the market rather than grocery store. The farm I work for has a table at this market. People using their cards are very excited about being able to get good veggies for a change.
Share your thoughts.
Comment by Joe Tittiger on October 26, 2010 at 12:26pm
Hi all! I came to this area from SW Florida a year and a half ago hopping to find some land to start a small organic truck farm and I am still Looking!

I have WOOFed a bit in this area and FL also.

-- Joe
Comment by Brian Langenwalter on October 10, 2010 at 10:02pm
We posted an event, Wrangler Mountain Gathering Artisan and Craft Show that I would like you all to attend on October 22 - 24 in Reeds Spring area.

Visit www.wranglermountaingathering.com for more details of this 3-day event. We will have sawmill demonstrations showing how to mill lumber and demonstrations on log home building and timber frame building, along with many other activities and demonstrations. Hope you can attend.
Comment by Sharon B Smith on October 3, 2010 at 11:33am
Found this because of a PBS program last night. Sometimes they actually have something good. :)
It's about bringing the community and the farms/ranchers together, which is what I beleive the WFN is all about. Getting local "face time". Thought I'd pass it on:
Comment by Joseph's Page on August 16, 2010 at 10:13pm
Agriculture Grade Vinegar. Is there such a thing? Does anyone know. I would like to know where to buy in bulk and or how to make my own in a 55 gal. drum. What would it take to do this?

Also, looking for some good natural, safe flea and tick killer cost effective to use on say a couple of acres. Your input would be most appreciative.
Comment by Joseph's Page on August 16, 2010 at 10:10pm
Hi BareFootCheif, I would like to talk more about providing you with produce. I have the land, just need to put a plan together. Can also handle grazing some of your beef and poultry. Let see what we can work out.
Comment by Joseph's Page on August 5, 2010 at 11:43pm
Just getting ready to move to the Farm/Ranch. Truely a mixed use property and hopefully another "Gateway" property. Any advise, resources and help would be greatly appreciated. Like the Gateway farm just north of Springfield, we are pretty much starting with nothing except a house and barn and a good horse. We will have access to the horse manure for the crops, but will need all the tools and such to get up and running. My biggest needs will be a 2 wheeled wheel barrow a saddle and horse drawn waggon. This will all be for the working of the ranch and crops. Gotta start somewhere, lol.

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