Back issue No. 128 contains: How to propagate plants; morel mushrooms for beginners; drive your own freshwater well; switch your family to goat’s milk; make a better bucket butter churn; effective LED lights mounted on guns; delicious, dependable potatoes; dehorning calves with dehorning paste; grow gourmet salad greens, advantages of a wool felt hat; downsizing the garden as we grow older; controlling cutworms; an inexpensive compost toilet; part 2 of LED lighting (part 1 was in Issue No.
127, part 3 in Issue No. 129); and Dave Duffy makes the case for defunding government as a sensible voter solution to reining in local government. Plus, Jackie Clay answers questions about pectin, running the pressure canner without water, half-gallon canning jars, using vinegar, liver recipes, a baked bean canning recipe, re-canning products, rendering lard, dehydrated shortening, cooking oil going rancid, storing red wheat, storing food in plastic jars, and canning pecans.