The 2025 Old Farmer's Almanac

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“Enjoy instant access to North America’s most beloved and best-selling annual, The Old Farmer’s Almanac, which has been making every day special since 1792. Trusted by generations from all walks of life for its honesty and accuracy, the Almanac delivers fun facts, predictions, feature articles, and advice across many interest areas to readers who actually live—or aspire to live—the country lifestyle, with the intent of helping them to make better decisions. As a calendar of the heavens, it provides detailed daily astronomical data (Sun/Moon rise/set times, length of day), tide times, and planet/star sightings for every sky watcher, from novice to expert. As a calendar of the year, it presents annual and seasonal events, holidays, anniversaries, and timely trivia; astrological “Best Days” and cycles; and much more for the curious and the conscientious. As a time capsule of the year, it contains cultural trends; weather forecasts and conditions; articles on interesting topics such as gardening, home arts and remedies, amusements and contests, history, husbandry, nature, cooking and recipes, folklore, pets, and sports; and more—all in a way that is “useful, with a pleasant degree of humor.

Long recognized as North America’s most beloved and best-selling annual, this handy “little yellow book” is often imitated but never equaled. It is an American icon that instills in readers a feeling of being connected to the history of North America and its people.

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