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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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With all the craziness 2020 has brought, it feels only appropriate to end the year with one of the most divisive events in our country: a presidential election.

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Navy SEAL training has become legendary, and having no personal experience, I have to take at face value the accounts of those who have. In his book Fortitude: American Resilience in the Era of Outrage, Dan Crenshaw describes a portion of training called “drownproofing.”

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County fairs are a late summer staple in most rural communities. There is a certain pride an entire community can partake in by watching a group of youth spend half an hour parading a project.

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While several factors contribute to rainfall variability, if the tropical cyclone events were taken out of the data set, the annual mean rain from other events has not increased.

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At this point, I know everyone is tired of reading about a certain virus – and frankly, I am too. I promise to spare you from reading the phrase “unprecedented times” (on this page at least), but we have all spent quite a bit of time thinking about what comes next. What will our new normal look like?

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Remember when we were on the learning curve for computer viruses? It seemed, at the time, no matter what protection system I used, the fix-it guy and I quickly got on a first-name basis. We trauma bonded.

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