Farming Magazine

Farming Magazine

Farming Magazine
P.O. Box 85
Mt. Hope OH 44660

Phone: 330-674-1892
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Website: https://www.farmingmagazine.net/index.html
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About The Publication:

“Farming Magazine celebrates the joys of farming well and living well on a small, ecologically-conscious scale. It explores the intricate bonds connecting people, land, and community and it offers a hopeful vision of the future of farming in America. The magazine is created in the spirit of stewardship for the earth and regard for its inhabitants.” Welcomes new writers. 75%-90% freelance. Pays on publication. Period between acceptance and publication varies. Buys all rights. Accepts reprints. Responds within one week.

Pays $175-$200 for columns, and
$400-$500 for features for 800-1800 words.

Current Needs:

“We request articles that feature issues concerning the farmers and growers in the Northeastern United States (Pennsylvania, New York, New England), such as farmer/farm stand profiles, maple/sugaring, beef, dairy nutrition, woodlot management, forages, basic business know-how (basic techniques, ideas, etc.), safety, small livestock and working horses. Submissions must be correctly sourced and cited, compelling and add value to the reader experience.” Pays $175-$200 for columns, and $400-$500 for features for 800-1800 words. Submit query, cover letter, bio, and relevant samples by email.

Pays $175-$200 for columns, and $400-$500 for features for 800-1800 words. Submit query, cover letter, bio, and relevant samples by email.

Pays $175-$200 for columns, and $400-$500 for features for 800-1800 words.

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Hints:

“Please read the magazine online to understand content geared for the farmer in the Northeastern U.S. We are looking for profiles of the most innovative and inspiring farmers in the region. We are also seeking advice and best practices in farming. In addition, writers can provide analysis on issues (I.e. GMO vs. organic, agritourism, farming equipment, industry outlook, government/legislation issues, etc.)”

Welcomes New Writers: Yes