In this issue, a Capper’s Farmer reader shares her sentimental quilting experience.
News briefs from the May 1929 issue of Capper’s Farmer include articles on letting lime dissolve and goats clearing land of shinery.
Editor Rebecca Martin talks about learning acceptance, and gives examples of working on DIY projects and the upcoming change from subscriptions to memberships for Ogden Publication magazines, including Capper’s Farmer.
Enjoy the lighthearted story of finding a mouse living in a cast iron loaf pan and all the events that followed.
Winter can be hard in the country, there’s also good sledding and skating fun, as the author shares from her childhood memories.
Seed catalogs come in the nick of time to stave off the winter blahs.
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