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Progressive Forage editor Lynn Jaynes grew up on a cow/calf and farming operation in southern Idaho, and has published several books. Her commentary blends love of agriculture with industry perspective, common sense and sound values.

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“But we already have a four-horse trailer.”

Even before I said those words, I knew I had lost this argument with my husband. Still, this issue deserved venting, so I piled it on: “In fact, we already have two four-horse trailers, yes? And no horses.”

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Each year, we analyze our top online articles to see what readers are looking for. Sometimes we’re surprised (a little) to see what articles drive the most traffic, but it’s always fun to look back and see what readers found most interesting. Check out this 2019 list (compiled from Oct. 1, 2018, to Oct. 1, 2019) in case you missed any of these stories; do any of them surprise you?

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I’m a sucker for a good Christmas story – not the Hallmark movie kind, but a feel good, “makes me want to do better” Christmas tale. That’s why I like George Mason’s story – a story I read years ago.

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We’re pleased to introduce Joy Hendrix, a new editor at Progressive Forage, who will be helping Managing Editor Lynn Jaynes with many editorial responsibilities. Lynn isn’t going anywhere, and she’ll be back in this space next month as usual (she’s just excited she’ll get a day off now and then). Feel free to reach out to Joy or Lynn with your magazine comments.

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Last month, I attended World Dairy Expo (WDE) in Madison, Wisconsin, for the first time. After three days at the show, here are five things I think every first-timer should experience.

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During British rule of colonial India, venomous cobras around Delhi became a problem – there were too many. Attempting to decrease numbers, local authorities began paying a bounty for dead cobras.

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