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TP Etiquette: Over or Under? You Weighed In! - Farmers' Almanac

May is "Read Your Farmers' Almanac in the Bathroom Day" and we asked a very important bathroom etiquette question. Here were your responses!

Red Sky at Night … - Farmers' Almanac

Is there any truth to the saying "Red sky at night, sailor's delight. Red sky in the morning, sailor's warning"?

What Did People Use Before Toilet Paper?

We've dedicated May to "Read Your Farmers' Almanac in the Bathroom Day," a good time to explore the answers to this burning question.

5 Myths About Bears

Check out these 5 popular myths to see how much you know about bears - they'll help you stay safe!

Remembering the Perfect Storm - Farmers' Almanac

The Halloween Nor'easter of 1991 has been immortalized in print and on film. But what made this storm so "perfect"?

Werewolves and Other Spooky Moon Lore - Farmers' Almanac

“Must be a full Moon …” is a common utterance whenever things start to get a little crazy.

Making History Yet Again - Farmers' Almanac

Earlier this month, United States Senator Susan Collins of Maine issued a Congressional Record honoring our edition.

A Little Of Everything - Fun Facts - Farmers' Almanac

Check out these fun facts featured in the 1963 edition of the Farmers' Almanac -- a little bit of everything!

Is It A Boy Or Girl? - Farmers' Almanac

Is It A Boy Or Girl? - Farmers' Almanac

June Birth Flower | The Old Farmer's Almanac

June Birth Flowers

June birth month flowers and their meanings, rose, honeysuckle from The Old Farmer’s Almanac.

Did Abraham Lincoln Read the Farmers' Almanac? - Farmers' Almanac

Find out how the accuracy of the Almanac came to the aid of the lawyer who ultimately became the sixteenth President of the United States.

Yes, You Can Cook That In A Solar Oven! - Farmers' Almanac

Harnessing the energy of the Sun to cook up delicious meals or bake delectable desserts?

Does Thanksgiving Dinner Make You Sleepy?

Tryptophan, an amino acid found in turkey, is often used as an excuse for falling asleep after that big holiday meal. But is that truly the culprit?