Milking it for all it’s worth

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MONROE MONITOR – KELLY SULLIVAN – MONROE – Y2K emergency planning turned into dairy goat business. Marcia St. John was preparing for a digital apocalypse when she bought her first dairy goats. With the new millennium approaching, she wanted to … Continued

Rain Damage on Cut Hay

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SUCCESSFUL FARMING – JODI HENKE – You’ve got your hay fields cut, drying, and then Mother Nature decides to rain on your baling plans. It may or may not be a problem. Hay quality losses from rain depends on the … Continued

5 Women Who Tech

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SUCCESSFUL FARMING – LAURIE BEDORD – The role of females in precision ag is steadily evolving. Over the next three years, the USDA projects there will be nearly 16,000 annual openings in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics or STEM – … Continued

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