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The Old Farmer's Almanac MONTHLY - 1 Year Digital Subscription

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The Old Farmer's Almanac
Monthly Magazine

Available on iPad, Kindle Fire, Android tablet, or your computer (as a PDF)

Purchase a Digital Subscription Today

Only $9.99 (12 Monthly Issues)


SPECIAL OFFER: Try the Monthly Magazine—and save up to 50% on our annual 2015 Old Farmer's Almanac book!
Choose either the print 2015 Old Farmer's Almanac for only $4.95 extra (plus shipping) or choose the digital 2015 Old Farmer's Almanac (no shipping) for only $2.48 more.

SAVE 50% - Classic Plus Edition is regularly $9.95   SAVE 50% - Digital Edition is regularly $4.95

The Almanac Monthly magazine is our newest creation: a digital magazine for your tablet or computer issued 12 times a year (about 60 pages per issue).  Based on a survey with our first readers, we're excited to share that the results are a big thumbs up: "I love it! Keep it coming!"

This "Monthly" is different from our yearly Almanac (no, it's not a condensed version of the annual's content).

  • The 2015 Old Farmer's Almanac is your long view, your full year planned out. 
  • This Almanac Monthly is what's now, what's next.  With ALL-NEW content, the Monthly is more timely (it's Monthly!) and just as fun, as humorous, and as useful.  

Still not sure what the Monthly is all about? 

View a free sample (past issue)

Like what you see? The Almanac Monthly will be delivered EVERY month to the mobile device of your choice or to your computer for less than $1 per issue. Only $9.99 for 12 Monthlies!  

How to Get the Almanac Monthly

  1. Click the red "Add to Cart" button above to purchase the $9.99 subscription.
  2. We'll send you information on how to access the magazine. If you are on iPad or Kindle, you will need to download a (free) app. 

    Note: Your subscription price gives you access to the Monthly from three devices at the same time: an iPad, Kindle Fire and your computer.

November 2014: What's Inside This Month's Edition?

How to build a fire, make a cranberry wreath and relish, a Thanksgiving menu anyone can prepare, how turkey led to “TV dinners,” and more.

Farmer’s Calendar: musings on the chickadee, caretaker of the spirit

Calendar: the Full Beaver Moon, Veterans Day, Indian summer, zodiac signs, birthstone topaz, famous births and passings

Astronomy: explore with our Sky Map

Food: origin of the TV dinner (first one: turkey, of course), super side dishes for Thanksgiving

Gardening: go beyond the bog with cranberry lore, a wreath, and a recipe

Household: how to build a hearth fire that’s guaranteed to be fizzle-proof

Enjoy all of this plus a Weather Update and U.S. and Canadian forecasts for the month, Best Days to do things, sky highlights, Gardening by the Moon’s Sign, a Farmer’s Calendar essay, and much more in the November Old Farmer’s Almanac Monthly!

Watch this video to learn more about The Almanac Monthly (sample content from a past edition)

We hope that you enjoy the Almanac Monthly! Please tell us what you like, what you aren’t crazy about, and what you want more of: We welcome suggestions from e-readers here.

Item Number: OFA-MONTHLY
The Old Farmer's Almanac Digital Magazine - November
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Customer Reviews

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Thanks to The Almanac I can always pick up where I left off. Even though houston doesn't provide much space I bring the garden to houston by finding inovative ways to use space wisely. The Almanac helps me become a success and envy of all my neighbors by providing amazing knowledge and up to date information and reminders. Thank you! !

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Can't I just order a 2015 F.A. online? Why does it have to be combined with all these other issues & offers. The stores around here don't carry the F.A. so why can't I just get one from you all for $4.95 or whatever you are showing them for. I don't want a monthly computer issue. I just want the good old F.A.

Why isn't this possible?

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Not only is it possible–We encourage it.

Just click here.

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Before I decide to order...can I access the digital version on my nook and ipad? Thanks for your help.

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Hi JBin SC, The Almanac Monthly is available for iPad, Kindle Fire, Android tablet (Google Play) and desktop. Hope that helps!

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Is the monthly edition available in paperback?

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Hi Syndee, Nope, this is a digital magazine for tablets, though you can download to your desktop and enjoy the way you are reading right now! We recognize that some folks would like a paper version, but we're only able to publish the annual book, The 2015 Old Farmer's Almanac, in print at this time.

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thank you.

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Does this work on Android devices? All I see you reference is iPad or Kindle?

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Yes, the Almanac Monthly is in Google Play in the App section (not in books & magazines). We've added the information to this page. Thank you!

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Dear Sirs, can I have my farmers almanak mailed to mexico address???

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New Mexico—yes; Mexico—no. The Almanac only covers the U.S. and Canada (special edition); consequently, we only sell in these two countries.

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I really want this almanac, and what a great price. Can I mail order it to Canada? I can't find it in Kelowna B.C

Thanks Dee

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very misleading! I just called to order this Halloween edition and was told it doesn not exist. ??? Why advertise a book that isn't available?

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Hi Dee, The October (Halloween) edition of the Almanac Monthly is available. To order, just choose your option above and click on the red "Add to Cart" button. Note that the Almanac Monthly is a digital (online) magazine so it doesn't matter if you live in the U.S. or Canada. You can read it on an ereader/tablet or on your desktop comptuer. It is instant access--so no shipping.

In terms of print, at this time, we publish The 2015 Old Farmer's Almanac annual book. You can find the Canadian edition here:

The annual book is a different publication. I hope this clarifies things. The Almanac Monthly is fairly new so many readers are not yet familiar with it. (We were pleased to learn that those readers who have discovered the Monthly said that they really love it, according to our recent survey!)

If you get this email, please do let us know who said that the Almanac Monthly does not exist so that we can follow up. We apologize in advance for any confusion. Sincerely, your OFA editors

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A great publication - been around forever and a wonderful read. Thank you for keeping it relevant and 'antique' at the same time - it's the key to your success and what keeps me coming back year after year!

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I'v read the almanac to do my garden every yr.

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I've always enjoyed reading

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