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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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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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Every small town has a group of farmers who meet up every morning to mull over the world’s problems while they drink their second cup of coffee (the first one was consumed while the morning chores were being done).

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