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About the Magazine

All Things Country Magazine

~ Locally Owned and Locally Operated ~
Published from the AlpacaBerry Farm in northern Estill County.
Pam Hedge, Owner

Members of the Estill County Chamber of Commerce and the Red River Chamber of Commerce.
2009-2010 Estill County Chamber of Commerce Business of the Year

12,000 copies printed each month and delivered to businesses and motels in a 20 county area in Central and Eastern Kentucky, although we find that the magazine is available at places we don’t deliver to as well. How is that possible? We’ve got readers that love to share the magazine, so they take it to their doctor’s office, or take it on vacation with them and leave them behind. We receive pictures from readers who take selfies with themselves with the magazine each month and  we also offer an Abby Tracks contest that has the whole area asking “did you find the paw print yet?” Readers supply recipes, short stories or poetry and we try to share as much as we can in the magazine each month.

All the graphics are done by the me, the owner, unless a camera ready ad is sent in. I also do the subscriptions, the billing, answer the phone and help my husband deliver it each month. We take copies everywhere we go too, and we do our very best to promote all of the businesses that allow us to give the magazine away for free. Yes, the magazine is free to anyone that wants to pick one up. Where you might ask? We do deliver to libraries and motels in the counties that we cover, and every single business that advertises as well. What is left over is left at high traffic areas where they seem to go quickly! We rarely pick up magazines when we deliver – and some businesses won’t let us take their old copies.

We deliver to Irvine, Ravenna, Richmond, Berea, Winchester, Stanton, Clay City, Mt. Sterling, Camargo, Owingsville, Farmers, Morehead, Olive Hill, Grayson, Sandy Hook, Campton, Beattyville, Slade and Pine Ridge, and many places in between. Yes, we hit alot of places in less than 48 hours on delivery week.

If you are interested in advertising and helping to keep All Things Country Magazine in publication for years to come, you can email and I’ll get right back to you.

9 Responses to About the Magazine

  1. Marcy

    Love the look and we all love your magazine!

  2. jackie smith

    The look is great and the color is great

  3. jackie smith

    I was here jackie smith

  4. jackie smith

    Love it

  5. Theresa Michelle Morris

    I love your mag! How do i submit poetry?

  6. Theresa Michelle Morris

    How often are the magazines delivered? I was thinking every two months?

    • atcountry

      Monthly, usually by the 10th of the month but September’s book was a few days late due to illness on the part of both the owner and her husband! Anyone who hasn’t received their books, please let us know and we’ll get them out to you.

  7. Diane Edwards

    I found the paws in the picture . Should I tell you what page and picture. I would like to win a bird house.

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