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We bring you feature articles on successful forage producers and their business models to help you enrich your management style.

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Kale Jackson approaches everything in his life as an engineer, constantly striving to be more efficient, including producing high-quality hay.

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The historically traditional farm in Kentucky consisted of 2 acres of tobacco for cash (the amount that could be feasibly farmed using only family labor), a pig, a cow or two, chickens and a garden.

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Custom grazing takes a unique set of skills and brings new challenges, but it’s the way Dr. Jason Salchow with his wife, Sharon, and their family have built a successful business grazing stockers and seedstock bulls in southwestern Missouri.

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Beef on rye may sound like a lunch order at your local diner, but it takes on a whole new meaning when you look at Fischer Farms in southern Indiana.

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Joe Davis is a numbers man. His brain is full of them, and every gigabyte of his phone and two laptops is crammed full. So naturally, when it comes time for the retired chemical engineer to answer a question or solve a problem, he turns to figures. “I don’t like to deal with ‘kinda’ or ‘it depends,’” he says.

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While most cowgirls spend their time on horseback working cattle and helping out around the ranch, this is not where you will likely find Jennifer Cummins.

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