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Read online content from popular Progressive Forage columnists including Paul Marchant and Brad Nelson, as well as comments from Progressive Forage editor Lynn Jaynes.

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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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The GPS can be wonderful and useless at the same time. I was south of Mountain Home, Idaho recently, looking for an old friend and hay grower.

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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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