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Producer Features

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

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The Treaty of Versailles officially ended “The Great War” (as it was then known) on June 28, 1919. In November 1919, President Wilson proclaimed Nov. 11 as the first commemoration of Armistice Day.

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In its fourth generation, the Lauwers family has tried a bit of everything when it comes to farming but have found their place in baleage, specialty straw production and a thriving sheep business.

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Focus on high-quality forage, secure a long-term market

Eric Sheffer knew he wanted to make his life in agriculture.

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In the north-central Louisiana town of Downsville, Malcolm, Melissa and their son Chase Echols are making their mark on forage quality and production.

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Reinventing a person is hard work – and that’s just one person.

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At face value, Tim Hall of Hall’s Hay in Idalia, Colorado, is a cross between a hay broker and a hay processor. He buys high-quality alfalfa hay from growers in Colorado and Wyoming and packages it into small bales for the retail hay market in the Southeast.

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