Our Turkey Chicks Are In

Tracy introduces newly arrived turkey chicks to their new home.

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Pasture Management Follow-up

Tracy and Dave continue the conversation about managing pasture land and show what a few weeks growth in a healthy pasture looks like.

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Pasture Management

Tracy and Dave discuss a comprehensive approach to managing pasture land and promoting optimal health among the flocks. Witnessing the release of the animals to pasture near the end of the program will delight the child in all of us.

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USDA-Certified Organic Farming

Tracy visits Oley Valley Organics, an organic farm established by Barb and Mike Dietrich in 2006. Barb talks about the steps required to qualify for USDA certification.

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Interpreting Your Soil Test Results

The soil test results are in. Join Tracy in this webisode to learn how to interpret them.

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The Milkman Returns

In this webisode, join Tracy to meet Daryl Mast of the Doorstep Dairy — a man on a mission to make home delivery of fresh locally-made dairy products a new reality for residents in his area.

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It’s Maple Syrup Time on the Hobby Farm

Join Tracy, David and the kids in this webisode as they tap maple trees, collect sap, and prepare for processing sap into maple syrup.

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How to collect soil samples for testing

Join Tracy and David in the garden as they collect soil samples for testing.

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The Master Gardener Program

Join Tracy to learn more about The Master Gardener Program made available by your local extension service. The program provides interested individuals with extensive training in many phases of gardening. They, in turn, volunteer their time to share their learning with others.

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A Visit to the Cooperative Extension Service

Tracy visits the office of the Cooperative Extension Service in her community to learn more about the type of agricultural information that is available.

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