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I have subscribed to 11 magazines, of which 9 have something to do with farming. The only one I'm savouring from cover to cover is Practical Farm Ideas. The fact that these ideas are from collegues in a somehow similar situation, that they have been realised under farm workshop conditions and have really proven their usefulness in the daily challenge of practical farming, gives your magazine a value I have never found anywhere before. I think your publication should be a must for any farmer who has more in his toolbox than a hammer, chisel and vice grip!

Richard K.Auler, Republic of Ireland

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Dear Visitor,
     There were many reasons why I started Practical Farm Ideas magazine. In 1977, after ten years in London with both the EIU and the Financial Times my wife and I became dairy farmers, and built up our herd over the next 22 years. I soon realised that profitable farming was more than taking advice from sales reps, and got into low cost farming, using the workshop to make and adapt equipment for myself. In 1991 I won the Farmers' Brainwaves Gold Medal at the Bath & West show. Bringing everyone's ideas into a single place seemed a good idea, and I thought that these novel ideas, not manufacturered but made in workshops, would appeal to many farmers. In 1992 I started this magazine and have been producing it ever since.
     Please browse this site - I hope you find it interesting.

Mike Donovan
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