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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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If you read the opening paragraph of our forage statistics poster (inserted in the center of your magazine), the first word is “drought” and the words “nation’s worst agricultural calamity since 1988” follow shortly thereafter.

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When it comes time to plan the editorial calendar for the magazine each year, the obvious topics about growing forage – planting, fertilization, irrigation, testing, harvesting, etc. – are the first to go into the rotation.

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Do you ever stop to think about what brings you happiness in life? Aboard an airplane a few weeks ago coming into Madison, Wisconsin, I looked down out of the window and saw fall colors on the leaves of the trees.

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As another forage production season comes to a close, many producers once again find themselves wondering if they will have enough feed on hand or be able to find and purchase what they are lacking.

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I was browsing the most recent issue of the Miner Institute Farm report and came across an article titled “Stumping the Experts” by Ev Thomas. He writes, in part:

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My husband and I recently returned from a visit to the island of Puerto Rico. I’m not much of a world traveler and that isn’t a place I ever really imagined myself going, but when I heard that the 66th Southern Pasture & Forage Crop Improvement Conference (SPFCIC) was to be held in this tropical paradise, I decided I needed to try and work it into my show schedule for this year.

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