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Scott Terry's "North Country Farmer" Show

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The voice of the Covenantal Agrarian Resistance. Join host Scott M Terry as he and his guests talk about farming, homesteading, survival, preparedness, agrarianism, organic agriculture, gardening, reformed theology and more.

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Scott answers an email question about the Farmall Cub tractor for smallholders and homesteaders.

Granny Miller comes out of hiding! Happy to have Katherine Grossman back on the show. Kathy just published another book from the Granny Miller archives called "Garden Farming: Granny Miller - Volume II (Old-Time Skills & Knowledge... more

Brooder fire safety and understanding and preventing the deadly BLV virus in homestead cattle.

This episode Scott answers an email question on sorting and loading cattle. This should be helpful to anyone no matter what type of livestock own.

Goats are a great dairy animal for small acreage homesteads. I put together a round table discussion with myself and 4 dairy goat experts to answer your questions. Join Scott M Terry, Mark and Angel Cole, PJ Jonas and Mike... more

Scott talks about his trip to the new property and answers questions on hog carcass yields and GMOs http://northcountryfarmer.com/show

Scott covers the latest farm news and some stuff that's happening this week. Also answers an email question about the Springfield 1898 30-40 Krag as regards to a deer rifle.

Scott covers homesteading skills you can learn and practice even if you live in the suburbs or in a city apartment. These are meaningful ways you can live the homestead life while saving money and paying down debt so you can... more

6 tips that will give you an edge as homesteader. No interviews this week because of sketchy internet.

Scott answers questions on the future of direct to consumer farm sales in an economic downturn, moving outbuildings on, off and around the homestead, and what to do with a dairy cow that isn't showing signs of heat. Also notice the... more

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