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Farm Fatale

Stories from a city girl gone mad over cows, farms, dairies, a certain guy who would become her husband and just about all things rural.

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Kings of the Hills: Baling Wheat Residue in the Palouse

Through careful stewardship and adaptation to changing times, producers in the Palouse region have not only sustained their operations, but also found new markets.

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Women in Agriculture: Finding Common Ground

A grassroots network of women in agriculture wants consumers to see them as the face of food production.

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This Alfalfa Hay Quality Is Off The Charts

This Texas hay producer is setting new regional records for alfalfa quality and feed value.

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Processing Crops into Silage: Top of the Heap

From where D&G Chopping sees it, change offers opportunity.

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3 Best Tips for Packing Silage Piles

Experts offer their advice on how to pack silage for feed quality that lasts.

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Humorist Jerry Nelson: Recovering Dairyman

Dear County Agent Guy author Jerry Nelson says farming has provided him fodder, as well as lessons, for his slap-your-knee, laugh-out-loud musings.

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Avoid These 5 Farm Marketing Mistakes

Raising quality produce and livestock is not enough to make sure your farm is successful.

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Going Underground: Irrigation Breakthroughs in Drought-Stricken California

A successful test makes critical breakthroughs in applying effluent via SDI, as well as filtering out line-clogging sediment from wells being dug ever deeper.

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A Family Farm in the Economic Sweet Spot

Consistent size of farm and herd helps the Fontaines keep a tight grip on quality control, which pays off financially too.

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