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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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There’s a fine line between mastering a skill and being lucky enough to pull an action off successfully. A skill is defined as the ability to do something well, but simple tasks can be done well with a certain amount of luck and a lot less effort.

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My husband decided to buy a used Harobed (as we call them, and no, that’s not misspelled, although many use the spelling “harrow bed” erroneously; the machine was invented in the late 1950s by Gordon Grey, who named it by spelling his daughter Deborah’s name backward, so the story goes; for those in other parts of the haying world, I’m referring to a stacker … but I digress).

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Every January brings another round of new beginnings and wishes for what the year ahead will bring. While New Year’s resolutions may not be for everyone, a new year is another opportunity to reset our goals and evaluate how far we have come in the past year.

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Every year, we take time to review the articles that received the most attention on our website. Here are the top 10 articles online for 2020, chosen by Progressive Forage readers.

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It’s almost time. Any day now you’ll start receiving Christmas letters from friends and family. You’ll inwardly groan when it’s more than half-a-typed-page long and will automatically start skimming the highlights.

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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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