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Progressive Forage editor Joy Hendrix was raised on a multi-generational family farm and ranch in southeastern New Mexico. Growing up raising heifers in 4-H and reciting speeches while wearing blue corduroy she knew she never wanted to leave this industry.

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The 2021 World Dairy Expo was my first trip since March of 2020. It felt long overdue, and I felt like it had been much longer than 18 months since I last traveled, but after two-and-a-half days of absorbing all the knowledge I could and catching up with as many people as I could, I was ready to be home again.

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Fall is looming and with it comes the end of the long days of summer and the late nights of harvest.

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Last week, Sundee (our summer editorial intern who wrote the article 10 tips for producing baleage) asked me and several others on our team to describe her using three adjectives.

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We are more than halfway through 2021. As slow as 2020 seemed to pass, the first half of this year flew by in an entirely different manner.

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I’ve heard many farmers, dairy producers and ranchers say they wished they could spend more time on a tractor or horse instead of riding around in a pickup or stuck in front of a computer.

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May seems to be a month full of expectation and anticipation. Consistently warmer weather and longer days open a whole new world of possibilities of what to fill them with. For those in this industry, it means fresh plantings and the start of another growing season.

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