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Manage employees, analyze yield drivers, explore forage markets, become more confident in preparing farm financial statements, and untangle farm succession issues.

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Without question, soil testing is one of the most important, most effective and yet most under-utilized best management practices available to agricultural producers.

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Few things are as nice as a picture perfect fall afternoon in Michigan to enjoy fresh apple cider from a local orchard, a few doughnuts and a snack of chocolate milk with cheese and crackers.

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The Oregon Cover Crop and Forage Seed group presents this 10-minute video on profitable keys for a livestock forage program:

 

 

When does equipment pay for itself? Determining when a capital investment moves from breakeven to profitable is tricky.

Since the useful life of the equipment is longer than one year and is often financed for a period of years, it’s a question that every producer or service provider should ask. There is a certain peace of mind knowing that your investment actually does pay.

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Some 30-odd years ago we delivered baled alfalfa hay to an export hay cuber in Clarkston, Washington.

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The United States Forest Service (USFS) and National Park Service (NPS) enacted a requirement in the mid-1990s in many Western states that required all forage and straw possessed on these lands to be certified noxious weed-free.

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