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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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Brothers Isaac, Abe and Luke Lemmenes and their father Roy employ a wealth of skills to custom harvest some 10,000 acres of hay and 4,500 acres of corn every year.

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Below, four winners from the World Forage Analysis Superbowl share their secrets to success. Click here to download a pdf of the top three entries in each category, and be sure to view the video with all of the winners.

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“Management is key” can be heard echoing through offices around the world, spoken by some of the most talented businessmen in their industries. Where is your management taking you?

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On Wednesday, Nov. 3, Jeremy Peake of Waukon, Iowa, hosted the last pasture walk of the season for the Northeast Iowa Grazers. He has been milking since 2001 and transitioned to organic in 2006 with 36 Jerseys milking.

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In a Montana town with about 200 residents, the last thing anyone would expect is one of the biggest tourism events for the state – but the annual “What the Hay” competition that has been held for more than 20 years draws just as many visitors as Yellowstone National Park does in a day.

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Consistently producing a quality product is the first step in developing any strong market network. Bryan Jorgensen, who farms with his family at Winner, South Dakota, has found that even the stem quality of his alfalfa has improved since he began using liquid plant food on his alfalfa fields in lieu of standard fertilizer.

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