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“... after which, I turned around and saved everyone time and trouble by walking straight to the principal’s office all by myself.”

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“Knowledge, being necessary to good government and the happiness of mankind, schools and the means of education shall forever be encouraged.” (Continental Congress in the Northwest Ordinance of 1787)

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Years ago, a fellow I went to high school with shared an odd thought. He and his wife chose not to be parents because they felt unqualified.

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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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If you are reading this, then the world did not end in 2012. Just a couple of takes on the Mayan calendar, which some believe show the world ending in December of last year.

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