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The 2014 Farmers Almanac
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2015 Farmers’ Almanac

2015 Farmers' Almanac

Will last winter’s horribly cold and snowy winter repeat? Find out in the 2015 Famers’ Almanac! Each new edition of the Farmers’ Almanac contains 16 months of amazingly accurate weather forecasts, best day guides, planting tips, recipes, sustainable living advice, healthy hints, natural remedies, astronomy, and a bit of humor. The Farmers’ Almanac is your…

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2015 Canadian Farmers’ Almanac

2015 Canadian Farmers' Almanac

Sharing some of the wit, wisdom, and remedies of the US Farmers’ Almanac, the Canadian Farmers’ Almanac also contains exclusive Canadian Weather Forecasts, astronomy, and additional stories that pertain to Canadian readers. This year’s edition is also packed full of tips, trivia, teasers, and thought-provoking articles on ways to grow your life, including… Tomato trivia…

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Inside the 2014 Farmers’ Almanac

2014 Farmers' Almanac

What’s in store for the winter of 2014? See our weather prediction for Super Bowl XLVIII in New Jersey plus much more!

Inside the 2014 Canadian Farmers’ Almanac

2014 Canadian Farmers' Almanac

Check out what’s in store for the 2014 Canadian Winter, along with our Best Days & Gardening Calendars, helpful hints, and more!

Inside the 2013 Farmers’ Almanac

2013 Farmers' Almanac

Valuable, Useful, Helpful, and Fun Tips, Advice and Stories, Exclusive Best Day Calendars for Fishing, Hunting, Brewing Beer, and Getting Married, Gardening Secrets, Amazingly Accurate Long-Range Weather Predictions, Yummy Recipes and Much more! The 2013 Farmers’ Almanac has answers to questions such as: How EXTREME (or not) will winter and summer be next year? Page…

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Inside the 2013 Canadian Farmers’ Almanac

2013 Canadian Farmers' Almanac

Valuable, Useful, Helpful, and Fun Tips, Advice and Stories, Exclusive Best Day Calendars for Fishing, Hunting, Brewing Beer, and Getting Married, Gardening Secrets, Amazingly Accurate Long-Range Weather Predictions, Yummy Recipes and Much more! The 2013 Canadian Farmers’ Almanac has answers to questions such as: How EXTREME (or not) will winter and summer be next year?…

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Inside the 2012 Farmers’ Almanac

2012 Farmers' Almanac

You will find tons of informative articles, helpful hints, weather and gardening advice and much more. Here’s a sneak peak at some of the articles you will read about in the 2012 Farmers’ Almanac. Will the world end on 12.21.12? What’s hot in the world of collectibles? Are there really 3 Friday the 13ths in…

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Inside the 2012 Canadian Farmers’ Almanac

2012 Canadian Farmers' Almanac

You will find tons of informative articles, helpful hints, Canadian weather and gardening advice and much more. Here’s a sneak peak at some of the articles you will read about in the 2012 Canadian Farmers’ Almanac: Will the world end on 12.21.12? Are there really 3 Friday the 13ths in 2012? (Plus tips on how…

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Inside the 2011 Farmers’ Almanac

2011 Farmers' Almanac

Published every year since 1818, the Farmers’ Almanac is the go-to source for inspirational and useful tips. Time tested and generation approved, each edition of the Farmers’ Almanac is a compendium of knowledge on weather, gardening, cooking, remedies, managing your household, preserving the earth and more. The 2011 Farmers’ Almanac has answers to questions such…

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If you notice a hole in the upper left-hand corner of your Farmers' Almanac, don't return it to the store! That hole isn't a defect; it's a part of history. Starting with the first edition of the Farmers' Almanac in 1818, readers used to nail holes into the corners to hang it up in their homes, barns, and outhouses (to provide both reading material and toilet paper). In 1910, the Almanac's publishers began pre-drilling holes in the corners to make it even easier for readers to keep all of that invaluable information (and paper) handy.