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The 2018 Old Farmer's Almanac Country Calendar


Wide open spaces and comforting places!

Scenic photographs, country musings, fun facts, humor, and advice. Plus best days to fish, plant, set eggs, harvest crops, and cut hay.

  • Printed in the USA
  • Size: 10 7/8" wide x 21 3/4" tall (open) 


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Written by Joe on Oct 21st 2017

I don't know who was at fault but, the package I received was pretty much mutilated. I had planned on giving these calendars as presents but, can't do it given the condition. I think the packaging should be more substantial for media mail knowing how the USPS can mishandle things. Purchased 3 hanging wall calendars and 2 of the small everyday calendars, none of them are presentable.

Great calendar with moon
Written by Debra Pedone on Jan 2nd 2017

Great calendar with moon phases and good tips.

do you take a check for
Written by cecilia greene on Oct 2nd 2016

do you take a check for payment?

Living out in the country I
Written by Michel Dobyns on Aug 30th 2016

Living out in the country I love everything country!

I totally agree :)
Written by Chloe Swift on Jan 18th 2015

I totally agree :)

The Old Farmer's Almanac
Written by Almanac Staff on Nov 25th 2014

The Old Farmer's Almanac Country calendar is 10-7/8" wide x 21-3/4" tall when open. Our Gardening, Weather Watcher's, and Recipes wall calendars are 10-7/8" wide x 16-3/4" tall when open. You can find this information on the Almanac.com Web page describing an individual calendar. For example: http://www.almanac.com/product/old-farmers-almanac-2015-country-calendar You should see a second arrow underneath the description paragraph, stating "Size:" (just above the Item number). Hope this helps!

I would like to know what a
Written by Bill Gregory on Nov 22nd 2014

I would like to know what a calendar holder is and to see a picture of one and where to purchase one. Thanks

I agree with Marlene. The
Written by Jennifer Rae on Nov 2nd 2014

I agree with Marlene. The size of the calendar is the first thing I look for. For anyone who uses calendar frames (most people I know anyway) this is very important. I would also likely make a purchase if measurement information was included.

I am proud to purchase a
Written by Mehar Kaur on Sep 13th 2014

I am proud to purchase a calendar and goods that reflect the American spirit and community, Made and Printed in the USA. Goods that reflect our country should be made in the USA.

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