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    Fiskars 39 in. 4 Claw Weeder, $48.48 (Orig. $61.99) Credit: Amazon. $48.48 $61.99 at Amazon. You’ll also appreciate that this weeder allows you to clean up and clear out your garden without any ...

  3. Woman's National Farm & Garden Association - Wikipedia

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    WNF&GA's magazine has been published under various names: Farm and Garden Magazine (1921–1926), Home Acres (1926–1957), The National Farm and Garden Magazine (1957–1964), and The Woman's National Magazine (1964–1975). From 1974 until at least 1984, it was known as The Woman's National Farm and Garden Magazine. [31] References [ edit]

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    Dale Haney, the chief White House groundskeeper, right, laughs as he stands with President Joe Biden and first lady Jill Biden during a tree planting ceremony on the South Lawn of the White House ...

  6. Garden Farms, California - Wikipedia

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    Garden Farms is a census-designated place in San Luis Obispo County, California. [2] Garden Farms sits at an elevation of 955 feet (291 m). [2] The 2010 United States census reported Garden Farms's population was 386. Garden Farms is a subdivision located between Santa Margarita and Atascadero, California .

  7. The Turf, Field and Farm - Wikipedia

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    The Turf, Field and Farm The Turf, Field and Farm was a New York journal of turf and field sports founded in 1865 by Sanders D. Bruce, and published until 1903. [1] [2] The nucleus of the original magazine was formed with assets purchased from the struggling Spirit of the Times magazine. [3]

  8. Farm - Wikipedia

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    Dairy farming is a class of agriculture, where female cattle, goats, or other mammals are raised for their milk, which may be either processed on-site or transported to a dairy for processing and eventual retail sale There are many breeds of cattle that can be milked some of the best producing ones include Holstein, Norwegian Red, Kostroma, Brown Swiss, and more.