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2013 Archives|Barnyards & Backyards

Barnyards & Backyards Index of Articles

(Back issues of the magazine can be ordered)


Issues: 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005

Fall 2013

Titles

Author(s)

Page #

Gratification, relaxation, preparation
Jennifer Thompson pg 4
Wyoming maple syrup - no, that was no typo!
Brian Sebade
pg 5-7
Ordinary fall garden chores plant opportunities for extraordinary next year Donna Cuin pg 8-9
Feature Landowners: Can your place be a Wyoming guest lodge? Jacelyn Downey pg 10-12
Everything you need to know to buy good seed is on the label Sandra Frost pg 13-14
Garlic puts fall gusto in your garden, summer zest in kitchen Vicki Hayman pg 15-16
Garlic as a culinary ingredient Vicki Hayman pg 17
Insect pest new to Wyoming infests soft fruit crops Scott Schell
pg 18-19
How to repair a broken strand of barbwire Martin Curry
pg 20-21
Name that gymnosperm
  pg 22
Caring for horses during winter
Dallas Mount pg 23
Ask Sam - What causes a blue spruce tree to start dying from the top of the tree?
pg 25



Summer 2013

Titles

Author(s)

Page #

Summer is in full swing
Jennifer Thompson pg 4
Rainwater harvesting
Tony Hoch
pg 5-6
Mountain pine beetles still active in Wyoming forests Les Koch pg 7
How cover crops can benefit your small acreage Roger Hybner pg 8-10
Tips to improve the energy efficiency of your greenhouse Milt Geiger pg 11-12
Citrus in the snow Jim Freeburn pg 13
Raised beds make life easier for gardeners, better homes for vegetables Trish Penny pg 14-15
Should you grow your own hay for harvest? Dallas Mount
pg 16-17
Good fences make happy horses Brandon Greet
pg 18-19
Which came first? The chicken, of course
Mae Smith pg 20-21
What is a chicken tractor?
Jeff Edwards pg 22-24
Ask Sam - Which direction should a hoop house be oriented?
pg 25



Spring 2013

Titles

Author(s)

Page #

Drought - to be or not to be
Jennifer Thompson pg 3
Grow grapes in Wyoming? Why not?
Sadanand Dhekney
pg 5-7
A little observation will help predict this year’s forage needs Rachel Mealor & Mae Smith pg 8-10
Elms eliminated? Scott Schell
pg 11-13
How much does it cost to own a horse? Bridger Feuz
pg 14-15
High tunnel insect and mite control Jeff Edwards
pg 16-18
Perfect herbicide still a fantastic dream; until then . . .
Travis Ziehl pg 19-21
Should I lease my land for grazing John Hewlett
pg 22-24
Keeping Wyoming safe from invasion: Identifying potential weed problems Brandon Greet
pg 25
Ask Sam - Wildlife-friendly fence

pg 26



Winter 2013

Titles

Author(s)

Page #

Wyoming Wow Jennifer Thompson pg 3
Winter, what winter? Jennifer Thompson pg 4
Fantastic in feathers Jacelyn Downey pg 5-7
Community Supported Agriculture links consumers with producers; provides fresh vegetables, manages risk Ted Craig pg 8-10
Conduct a home energy audit Mae Smith pg 11-13
An update of incentives for energy efficiency and renewable energy: Navigating through the fog Milt Geiger pg 14-16
Your landscape will thank you for choosing the right tree for the right location Mark Hughes pg 17-18
Insects have cool strategies to weather winter extremes Scott Schell pg 19-21
What to expect following a wildfire Brian Sebade pg 22-23
Up for the challenge: Gardening in Wyoming Chris Hilgert pg 24-25
Ask Sam - Russian knapweed control
pg 26

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