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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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As Ellen Langer points out in her book The Power of Mindful Learning, one plus one does not always equal two; it depends on the context. While one plus one equals two in the base-10 number system, if the context changes, it may not hold true.

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Peter Thiel, billionaire entrepreneur and venture capitalist co-founder of PayPal and Palantir Technologies, says if there is one issue that is an absolute must for successful business, it’s to solve a problem that nobody else is solving (Forbes, October 2014).

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In agriculture, public criticism seems to come with the territory these days. As a farmer, it’s easy to get defensive when your livelihood is misunderstood. But sometimes, criticism is legitimate and change is needed.

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Wyoming hay is an easy sell to horse customers, dairy and beef producers alike. The high plains and mountain valleys of Wyoming are close to perfect for high-quality alfalfa and alfalfa-mixed grass production.

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At the 2015 California World Ag Expo, there was a “house” built out of every variety of straw grown in Oregon’s Willamette Valley. A sign boasted, “The house that straw built.”

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Passing through the southeastern region of Wyoming, or any part of the state for that matter, you wouldn’t believe some of the world’s most valuable hay is grown there.

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