SGF

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AcronymDefinition
SGFSouth Glens Falls (South Glens Falls, NY)
SGFSassy Gay Friend
SGFSingapore Garden Festival (biennial event)
SGFSurface Gravity Factor
SGFSvenska Golfförbundet (Swedish Golf Federation)
SGFSociété Générale de Financement (Quebec, Canada)
SGFSamuel G. Freedman (journalist)
SGFSovereign Grace Fellowship (various locations)
SGFSmart Game Format
SGFSure Global Fair (fruit juice industry)
SGFSimulated Gastric Fluid (chemical dissolution analysis)
SGFSociété Géologique de France (French: Geological Society of France)
SGFSmart Growth Fund (San Francisco, CA)
SGFSpace Generation Forum (Third UN Conference on the Exploration and Peaceful Use of Outer Space; Vienna, Austria)
SGFStockman Grass Farmer (publication; Ridgeland, MS)
SGFService Governance Framework (various companies)
SGFSaemaul Globalization Foundation (South Korea)
SGFStructured Graph Format
SGFSaved Game File (Dexdrive)
SGFSystème de Gestion de Fichiers (French: System File Management)
SGFSvenska Geotekniska Förening (Swedish Geotechnical society)
SGFSpringfield, MO, USA - Springfield Regional Airport (Airport Code)
SGFSignaling Gateway Function
SGFSlow Graft Function (organ transplantation)
SGFSecond Generation FLIR
SGFSchweizerische Gesellschaft für Finanzmarktforschung (Swiss Society for Financial Market Research)
SGFSortie Generation Flight
SGFSmall Group Fellowship
SGFSecret Girlfriend
SGFStochastic Green Function (algorithm)
SGFSession Gateway Function
SGFSpherical Gaussian Function
SGFSynthetic Ground Facility
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It was around this time that Norris' father encountered some articles on linear assessment and mineral balance in diet written by the famous cattleman Gearld Fry in Stockman Grass Farmer magazine.
One of my most significant mentors, Allan Nation, founder of The Stockman Grass Farmer magazine, used to say that "the biological time clock runs at its own pace." In a high-tech, mechanical world full of technicians and engineers, we're used to making things happen at our pace.
The December 1996 issue of The Stockman Grass Farmer (800-748-9808) included an article on one Umbarger, Texas, family who sells almost all of the poultry, pork and beef they produce through an on-the-farm small retail store.
"Profitable farms always have a threadbare look," says Allan Nation, editor of Stockman Grass Farmer magazine.
There were Holsteins but I didn't want that large an animal, didn't like Holstein milk and, after subscribing to The Stockman Grass Farmer, knew that the larger breeds don't do well on grass and hay alone but need supplemental feed.
Most of these are available from The Stockman Grass Farmer (800-748-9808).
(See photo.) However, while attending a Stockman Grass Farmer conference
For more information on grass-based production, check out The Stockman Grass Farmer magazine, www.stockmangrassfarmer.com.
According to the December 1993 issue of The Stockman Grass Farmer, near Macon, MS, Tom Miller's primary operation used to be to buy newborn dairy calves and then raise them on milk replacer and pasture to market either as stocker calves or replacements to local dairies.
The book, Pastured Poultry Profits, can be ordered for $30 (plus $3.50 postage) from The Stockman Grass Farmer, PO Box 9607, Jackson, MS 39286 (telephone 1-800-748-9808).
A writer in the October 1996 issue of Stockman Grass Farmer reported his doctors concluded his getting shocked by his electric fence caused him to experience an irregular heart beat.
Selected chapters have been compiled into Louis Bromfield at Malabar, available from the Stockman Grass Farmer Bookshelf, PO Box 9607, Jackson, MS 39286 for $22.45 postpaid.