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June 6, 2011 11:26 AM

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‘Well Managed, But Poorly Led’

Dairy Talk, Jim Dickrel

With Foundation For The Future, National Milk Producers Federation is trying to move our insulated, domestic dairy industry to a more profitable, consistent supplier to world markets. Will dairy producers let NMPF lead?,_but_poorly_led%E2%80%99/


A Trill a Minute as 13-year Cicadas Emerge

The Backstories, Pam Smith

If you think your teenagers are noisy, you should be hanging out at my house. Last week millions of trilling 13 year old cicadas emerged after a long nap.


More Evidence Beef Protectionists are Wrong, Wrong, Wrong

Out to Pasture, Steve Cornett

So, those of you who think we don’t need to export beef, please refer yourself to Mark Bittman’s latest anti-meat diatribe in the New York Times.​rong,_wrong,_wrong/


How Do I Address Sulfur Needs In Corn?

Ask The Agronomist

Nutrient removal values are different that nutrient uptake values. Nutrient uptake refers to the total amount of nutrients accumulated in the crop biomass, some of which, depending on the crop, is recycled in the field.


Farm Size & Margin Management

Ask A Margins Expert, Chris Barron

Does farm operation size determine profit levels? Do more acres equal more profit to the bottom line? What are your management skills and what are your specific goals? There are efficiencies of scale with more acres, however; more acres won't magically improve your margins without proper management.






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