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My April 2001 issue of Ag Innovation News came today in the mail and I thought some of you might be interested in seeing the Internet version. It's a great way to see what small-scale farmers are doing to create and market value-added products from their farms.
They do offer a place on the web to sign up for a free subscription to the paper version but I don't know if they'll mail it to people who live outside of Minnesota.
Ag Innovation News - April 2001 Issue
Contents of April 2001 Ag Innovation News:
AURI's balancing act
Sleeping in Harmony -- wool mattresses
Determined to dairy
Bottle at your own risk
Pasturing for profit
The milk-fed economy
Show and tell time for Tiffany wildlife treats
Hooked on lamb
Scientists want to cut biodiesel costs with recycled fats
Preserving more than identity
Elsewhere in ag utilization
Ag sites on the Internet
Sweetening the ethanol mix
Dog with attitude
Ag Innovation News (Back Issues)
Ag Innovation News is published by the Agricultural Utilization Research Institute (AURI) to inform the food, agriculture and business communities and the general public about developments in new ag-based products.
-- Anonymous, April 03, 2001
Jim, you just made my day. For several years now I have been wanting to make my own mattress but I have been puzzling over what I want it stuffed with. I kept thinking there had to be something better than what is currently available. And I didn't like the idea of straw or pine needles, etc. A wool mattress is the absolutely perfect answer. I have been planning to raise wool sheep and alpaca so this is also a perfect answer for me. I know I won't wait to get my sheep before I make the mattress. I'm going to the Maryland sheep fair on the first weekend in May so I'll be looking to see if I can get some sheep shearings that haven't been processed yet for anything. That way I can process it the way I want. I can't wait to try this.
-- Anonymous, April 05, 2001