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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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“I would like to see higher digestibility in our forages. We have always used a high-forage diet with our cows and any time we can get better digestibility, we can get more money without changing anything else.

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An interview with Barb Kinnan, Executive Director, Nebraska Alfalfa Marketing Association

Q. How did the Nebraska Alfalfa Marketing Association (NAMA) get started?

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When it comes to making hay in the high mountain valleys of Wyoming, few people do it better than Ervin Gara.

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Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Georgia – even Germany. Like the Johnny Cash song, Jon Orr of Orrson Custom Farming Ltd. has been everywhere, man.

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“The forage production for this year ran very well.

The flooding we faced last year has been overshadowed with a great season.

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Q: What does the forage industry represent in Wyoming?
KEITH: Hay production is the number one agronomic crop produced in the state. In dollars generated, it is second only to the beef industry and a lot of the hay our growers produce goes directly into that part of our economy, so it really plays a leading role in the top two ag industries in Wyoming.

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