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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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Driving through parts of northeastern South Dakota, you are likely to run across more corn and soybeans than cattle, except that is, until you get near Kopriva Angus in Raymond, South Dakota.

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About me
My name is Tulsa Torres-Moe, and I am 14 years old in 8th grade at Belle Fourche Middle School in South Dakota.

I live on a ranch where we raise hay and cattle.

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Standing on this domed stretch of Leep family land, you can see mountains in every direction – tall peaks, some reaching two miles above sea level.

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Environmental concerns, such as reduced land availability and drought, and the desire for more sustainable agricultural systems are driving many livestock producers to seek ways to implement more effective grazing management strategies on their operations.

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Harvesting corn as Shredlage is so new that there hasn’t been time for a lot of research to be conducted. Randy Shaver, with the University of Wisconsin – Madison, has done a few trials but said, “We’re going to learn a lot more from school of hard knocks.”

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Riverview LLP, headquartered in Minnesota, milks 45,000 cows at seven different sites. Putting up forage at this scale requires a well-oiled machine.

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