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The Old Farmer's Almanac 2014 Classic Edition

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The Old Farmer's Almanac, North America’s best-selling annual publication, is packed with entertaining and useful information for everyone to enjoy!

To mark the Almanac’s 222nd anniversary, the 2014 edition will not only contain long-range forecasts but also will feature these all-new stories:

  • "When Inspiration Strikes, Take Notes"—Great ideas often originate on envelopes and napkins!
  • "A Strange Ringing Sensation"—Does Earth have rings, like Saturn's that influence our weather?
  • "Sky Fire"—The Aurora Borealis, the best light show on Earth
  • Best Days for 2014—When to plant and other activities based on the Moon's sign
  • The Visible Planets—The best to view Saturn, Jupiter, and those bright objects in the sky
  • A Life of Pie—Celebrate the ultimate one-pot dish
  • How We Predict the Weather—What is our formula for forecasting the long-range weather?
  • How Accurate Was Our Forecast Last Winter?
  • and much, much more!

 

 

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The Old Farmer's Almanac 2014 Classic Edition
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I heard that if you cut your hair on one side of Full moon or the other it will grow faster. Which side is it, I;m trying real hard to get my hair to grow. Thanks

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Here is our Best Days timetable with best days to cut hair to encourage growth: http://www.almanac.com/bestdays/timetable

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I'm looking to plan a 2015 spring wedding...how far ahead does this almanac go?

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Thank you for your email. The 2014 Edition is from November 2013 through October 2014.

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When will the next issue come out?

Thanks!

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Thanks for your email. Our annual edition is released every September, so you can expect the 2015 Edition to be released in September 2014. Our editions run November thru October each year.
We are pleased to now offer a monthly digital edition, available for your iPad, Kindle, or Computer (as a PDF), should you wish to get more of what the Almanac has offered in our traditional print edition!
Thanks!

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Do you have digital versions of the books I can download or just printed that you buy?

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Thanks for your email. Yes, we do have digital editions available, you can find the digital edition at the below link
http://www.almanac.com/product/old-farmers-almanac-2014-digital-edition

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Almanac staff posted below that their regional editions would be back in stock by December 16. Today is December 17 and the Western edition is still not available on the site.

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Our regional editions are now back in stock, we apologize for the inconvenience. Thank you!

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Just tried to purchase 5 southern editions, no go, says out of stock. Always give your Almanacs as Christmas gifts.

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We apologize, due to the high demand of our Almanacs,we ran out! Yet we do expect to have all of our regional editions back in stock by Monday, December 16th.

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I just tried to purchase the Southern edition but it's sold out. Can you please notify me when it becomes available again?

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Do you produce a large print version of the Western region?

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Do you still have the Almanac Wall calendars.

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I ordered an almanac from an online bookseller; it appears to be the Bookstore edition, with no hole in the corner. Is the paperback Regional almanac the one with the hole in the corner? because if it is, I will purchase it from you!

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My family has used the Old Farmer's Almanac for countless years. However, in the past few years, I have had a hard time finding regional editions locally. I know I can buy them online, but with shipping, it doubles the price. Bookstores and general merchandise stores seem to only have the "bookstore" edition. Is there a particular store or stores that carry the regional edition? I'm specifically looking in the DFW, TX metro area for the southern edition.

Thanks!

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I get the Farmer's Almanac Western Edition at my local HOME DEPOT every year. Check there. Good luck to you.

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id like to know about the winter for our community/state lexington n.c.

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how is our winter for 2013 and 2014 for the piedmont n.c. region?

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Hello, I live in Southern Florida however I travel up North quiet a bit to the Midwest (Northern Illinois) and I have been looking into Pen. & N. Carolina to possibly relocate. Should I purchase two different Almanacs for more accurate references? Thank you. ~ Liset

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Would NY be the National version?

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Correct. New York is the National (East) version.

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Would the southern edition be for Texas?

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Hi Judy, Yes, If you live in Texas, the Southern edition is the one you want. Thanks! OFA staff

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I am in Central Kansas so which Almanac for me?

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The National/East edition is the Almanac distributed in Kansas. Hope this helps!

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Thank you!

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The National/East edition is the Almanac distributed in Kansas. Hope this helps!

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thanks

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Would like to order, but none of the region choices seem to fit the Midwest (Iowa). Your suggestion?

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Hi, Kathleen, Happy to help. Iowa goes with the National edition (set to Eastern times). Best, Catherine (OFA staff)

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What region is Alaska in? Western, Canadian or National

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Hi Tmorache, You'd want the "Western" regional edition of the Almanac. –The Old Farmer's Almanac
The Western region covers: Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming.

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do you have a good recipe to can salsa?

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Hi, Patricia, Yes! We just posted a good salsa recipe plus canning instructions for you here: http://www.almanac.com/recipe/salsa-0 Enjoy! –The Old Farmer's Almanac

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I got my Almanac and Gardening Calendar last week. I love it. The only thing I'm not happy about is a forecast of a mild and dry winter for my area. I was hoping to see some snow :-)

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Planning a wedding in April, 2014; the almanac is a wonderful resource to plan around the weather. Thank you!

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