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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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In Tillamook County, Oregon, where they get approximately 90 inches of rain every year, farmers use no-till drilling as a management tool in that area to increase the productivity of their pastures.

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Nestled in the northwest corner of the Dairy State sits Buresh Dairy Farm.

A fifth-generation operation, Buresh Dairy Farm is managed by Roger, his wife, Barb, and their sons, Jeff and Joe.

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Gene Gibbs has a smile on his face when he walks through his pastures on the GB Ranch in south-central Iowa, just outside the small town of Promise City.

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An aerial-applied wheat and red clover cover crop is helping to suppress weeds, reduce soil erosion, and provide other environmental benefits on 200 acres of certified organic cropland that helps feed a 150-head certified organic dairy operation in Van Buren County near Milton.

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The California dairy silage sector has increased its acreage the most dramatically under conservation tillage, says Jeff Mitchell, a cropping systems specialist at the University of California – Davis.

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Farmers are making the most of their ag equipment and some have reduced the types of equipment they own. Those are the trends Jan Altendorf is seeing in her North Dakota business, Altendorf Harvesting.

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