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The entries are in alphabetical order by magazine name and then in chronological sequence.
To obtain a copy of any magazine article contact your local public library or the publisher.

ANIMAL FOOD
sa   CAT FOOD
sa   DOG FOOD
x   PET FOOD
xx   ANIMAL

How to build a pet food center. Free-standing unit is 12" deep, 20" wide and 42" tall. Open bottom compartment has space for food and water dishes. Center section is a bin that holds dry food. Top compartment will hold 20 cans of food.
BETTER HOMES & GARDENS Jan 1977 (v.55#1) pg. 44

How to pick a feeding dish for your pet.
BETTER HOMES & GARDENS Jan 1979 (v.57#1) pg. F8 (140+)

A guide to pet nutrition. Covers labeling, types of products, feeding methods, and supplements.
BETTER HOMES & GARDENS May 1980 (v.58#5) pg. 226

How a small farmer can produce good quality hay and fodder with a minimum of equipment using a green mulch system.
COUNTRYSIDE May 1978 (v.62#5) pg. 27

How to dry hay in the rain the Norwegian way.
COUNTRYSIDE Jul 1978 (v.62#7) pg. 28

Cheap ways to rake hay. Two inexpensive ways. First with a hand rake and second with an old horse-drawn sulky rake converted for use with a tractor.
COUNTRYSIDE Oct 1978 (v.62#10) pg. 32

How to stack hay.
COUNTRYSIDE Nov 1978 (v.62#11) pg. 31

How to raise root vegetables for livestock feed.
COUNTRYSIDE Jan 1979 (v.63#1) pg. 36

Raising livestock feed in the garden.
COUNTRYSIDE Jan 1979 (v.63#1) pg. 37

How to fertlize your alfafa field in the fall for a strong crop in the spring.
COUNTRYSIDE Oct 1979 (v.63#10) pg. 38

How to raise and store hay for animal feed.
COUNTRYSIDE Jul 1980 (v.64#7) pg. 32

How to maximize pasture usage.
COUNTRYSIDE May 1981 (v.65#5) pg. 35

Salt block (mineral block) holder made from an old tire, two fence posts and some 2x4s.
COUNTRYSIDE Jun 1981 (v.65#6) pg. 55

Planting and growing mulberries as livestock feed.
COUNTRYSIDE Sep 1981 (v.65#9) pg. 27

How the small farmer can raise animal feed. (1) Raise, harvest and thresh wheat by hand and (2) raise non-traditional feed crops.
COUNTRYSIDE Jan 1983 (v.67#1) pg. 14

How to make silage in black plastic bags using a round baler.
COUNTRYSIDE Jan 1983 (v.67#1) pg. 40

How to make silage.
COUNTRYSIDE Mar 1983 (v.67#3) pg. 31

How to raise and use mangel beets for animal feed.
COUNTRYSIDE Mar 1983 (v.67#3) pg. 32

Homegrown feeds for homestead livestock.
COUNTRYSIDE Apr 1983 (v.67#4) pg. 10

Comfrey is not a substitute for hay.
COUNTRYSIDE Apr 1983 (v.67#4) pg. 36

More silage advice.
COUNTRYSIDE Apr 1983 (v.67#4) pg. 37

How to make silage in 55-gallon drum "silos".
COUNTRYSIDE Jun 1983 (v.67#6) pg. 36

How much and what to feed animals (goats, sheep, pigs, chickens, rabbits, and cattle).
COUNTRYSIDE Sep 1983 (v.67#9) pg. 17

Feeds and feeding. A comprehensive look at the problem of providing nutritious feed for livestock when using homegrown feeds.
COUNTRYSIDE Nov 1983 (v.67#11) pg. 15

Tips on making a haystack.
COUNTRYSIDE Jul 1984 (v.68#7) pg. 38

Planting oats and sunflower seeds for use as green feed and shade in your chicken yard.
COUNTRYSIDE & SMALL STOCK JOURNAL Feb 1985 (v.69#2) pg. 33

The importance of colostrum to the newborn animal.
COUNTRYSIDE & SMALL STOCK JOURNAL Feb 1985 (v.69#2) pg. 53

Supplementing expensive hay with grain. Includes what proportion of grain-to-hay should be used.
COUNTRYSIDE & SMALL STOCK JOURNAL Nov 1985 (v.69#11) pg. 14

How to establish and maintain a quality pasture.
COUNTRYSIDE & SMALL STOCK JOURNAL Mar-Apr 1986 (v.70#3) pg. 36

Eight pages of articles on alfalfa. Includes tips on its culture and inoculation and on how to identify good quality alfalfa hay.
COUNTRYSIDE & SMALL STOCK JOURNAL Jan-Feb 1987 (v.71#1) pg. 59

The feed conversion ratio, the homestead livestock raisers' key to profits. Specifics for rabbits, pigs and beef cattle examined.
COUNTRYSIDE & SMALL STOCK JOURNAL Jan-Feb 1989 (v.73#1) pg. 25

Homegrown poultry feed. Tips on growing comfrey, kale, mangels and grain sorghum as feed for chickens.
COUNTRYSIDE & SMALL STOCK JOURNAL Mar-Apr 1989 (v.73#2) pg. 34

A look at intensive grazing for milk cows.
COUNTRYSIDE & SMALL STOCK JOURNAL Nov-Dec 1989 (v.73#6) pg. 23

How to monitor your livestock feeding program. Some tips.
COUNTRYSIDE & SMALL STOCK JOURNAL May-Jun 1990 (v.74#3) pg. 46

Diagram for stacking bales of hay on a wagon to give a good, stable ride.
COUNTRYSIDE & SMALL STOCK JOURNAL Nov-Dec 1990 (v.74#6) pg. 21

How to measure the moisture level of hay using an accurate scale and a microwave.
COUNTRYSIDE & SMALL STOCK JOURNAL Jan-Feb 1991 (v.75#1) pg. 30

Techniques for providing water to cattle that are intensively grazed in paddocks.
COUNTRYSIDE & SMALL STOCK JOURNAL Jan-Feb 1991 (v.75#1) pg. 31

Small-scale silage-making. How to make grass and corn silage, 800 pounds at a time, in large polyethylene bags.
COUNTRYSIDE & SMALL STOCK JOURNAL May-Jun 1991 (v.75#3) pg. 14
Added Info COUNTRYSIDE & SMALL STOCK JOURNAL Jul-Aug 1991 (v.75#4) pg. 26
Added Info COUNTRYSIDE & SMALL STOCK JOURNAL Nov-Dec 1991 (v.75#6) pg. 8
Added Info COUNTRYSIDE & SMALL STOCK JOURNAL Jan-Feb 1992 (v.76#1) pg. 8

Advice on better grazing management and how to use stock flow maps.
COUNTRYSIDE & SMALL STOCK JOURNAL Jul-Aug 1991 (v.75#4) pg. 25

Techniques for livestock raisers when dealing with drought.
COUNTRYSIDE & SMALL STOCK JOURNAL May-Jun 1992 (v.76#3) pg. 22

Growing comfrey for green feed and hay.
COUNTRYSIDE & SMALL STOCK JOURNAL Nov-Dec 1992 (v.76#6) pg. 25

Tips to make it easier to water livestock in winter.
COUNTRYSIDE & SMALL STOCK JOURNAL Nov-Dec 1993 (v.77#6) pg. 40

Grow feed for animals. Tips on planting and raising corn, soybeans, peas, sunflowers, small grains, mangel beets, carrots, turnips, jerusalem artichokes, potatoes, comfrey and hay in a small garden.
COUNTRYSIDE & SMALL STOCK JOURNAL Mar-Apr 1994 (v.78#2) pg. 17

A feed bunk for sheep, goats, and calves. Features a leg-attaching technique that will not loosen up as the feed bunk weathers and is jostled by animals.
COUNTRYSIDE & SMALL STOCK JOURNAL Sep-Oct 1994 (v.78#5) pg. 43

Growing and using corn for sheep feed.
COUNTRYSIDE & SMALL STOCK JOURNAL May-Jun 1997 (v.81#3) pg. 56

Managing pastureland. Includes a guide to what weeds tell about the soil condition.
COUNTRYSIDE & SMALL STOCK JOURNAL Jul-Aug 1997 (v.81#4) pg. 30

How to test the moisture content of hay using a microwave oven.
COUNTRYSIDE & SMALL STOCK JOURNAL Jul-Aug 1997 (v.81#4) pg. 32

Build a hay manger for goats.
COUNTRYSIDE & SMALL STOCK JOURNAL Nov-Dec 2000 (v.84#6) pg. 70

Build an indestructible tub feeder from old tires and lumber.
COUNTRYSIDE & SMALL STOCK JOURNAL Jan-Feb 2002 (v.86#1) pg. 66

Game feeder controller is an alternative to a factory-built timer. Equipped with a light-activated switch, this device will turn on your feeder twice a day (morning and evening). Est. cost: $20.
ELECTRONICS HOBBYISTS HANDBOOK 1989 pg. 113

Dispenser for dry pet food, bird seed, etc. is made from a length of cardboard Sonotube fitted with plywood top and bottom. The pellets are dispensed from the bottom using a simple open/close mechanism.
FAMILY HANDYMAN #385 Feb 1998 (v.48#2) pg. 107

An introduction to haying for the city-born person.
HARROWSMITH #29 Aug 1980 (v.5#1) pg. 80

Formulating economical poultry (chicken) feeds which provide sound nutrition.
HARROWSMITH #39 Nov 1981 (v.6#3) pg. 91

Using fava beans for animal feed.
HARROWSMITH #47 Feb-Mar 1983 (v.7#5) pg. 60

Well-managed meadows. Making the most of small farm pastures.
HARROWSMITH #54 Apr-May 1984 (v.8#6) pg. 68

Veterinary advice looks at the kind of foods which can be dangerous to the ruminant (cow, sheep, goat or reindeer).
HARROWSMITH #57 Oct-Nov 1984 (v.9#3) pg. 123
Correction HARROWSMITH #58 Dec 1984-Jan 1985 (v.9#4) pg. 9

The art of hand haying. Includes instructions for selecting and using a scyth and for raking and baling the hay. Also includes instructions for making a wooden hay rake.
MOTHER EARTH NEWS #57 May-Jun 1979 pg. 63

Tip: Old tires help keep stock watering tanks free from ice.
MOTHER EARTH NEWS #67 Jan-Feb 1981 pg. 52

Tip: How to open grain-filled bags of the style that are sewn shut.
MOTHER EARTH NEWS #68 Mar-Apr 1981 pg. 9

No-nonsense feed carts. Cut 55-gallon drums in half (lengthwise), put them on wheels, and you have a portable feed wagon with a hinged top.
MOTHER EARTH NEWS #74 Mar-Apr 1982 pg. 178

A look at raising intercropped soybeans and millet for farm animal forage.
ORGANIC GARDENING Feb 1977 (v.24#2) pg. 214

Wild plants and common garden weeds that are good fodder for animals.
ORGANIC GARDENING May 1977 (v.24#5) pg. 84

A look at the vitamin and mineral requirements of livestock and suggestions on how to improve an animal's diet.
ORGANIC GARDENING Jun 1978 (v.25#6) pg. 118

Automatic waterer for rabbits (and other small animals) is made from a pop bottle and a tin can.
WORKBENCH Jul-Aug 1981 (v.37#4) pg. 12