In this June/July 2022 Today's Farmer

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The future of dairy
Robotic technology allows Mar Gold Guernseys to operate against the odds

by Jessica Ekern

Sustainability scores big at Lebanon Feed Mill

by Jessica Ekern

Restoring the harmony

Dunn Ranch Prairie is rebuilding the ecosystem of the prairie, one project at a time

by Allison Jenkins

Working knowledge
ACME chute helps Jackson FFA members learn best practices in animal health

by Steve Stumpe

Q&A with MFA - View on flipbook -
Learn more about your cooperative leaders
Feature on Steve Sumpe, MFA Director


Ranch dog health
Working canines face unique risks, wellness considerations

By Allison Jenkins

Celebrating in cattle country
Small town holds big festival to honor the beef industry

By Allison Jenkins

Troubled waters? Find an alternative
Make sure grazing livestock have enough to drink this summer

by Dr. Jim White

No simple solution to micronutrient management
Be sure major soil fertility needs are addressed before looking at the minors

by Thad Becker

Country Corner

No more eminent domain for private gain?

by Allison Jenkins

UpFront
Contest is a first for FFA
Ag Experience enters its 10th year
Verslues awarded Honorary State FFA Degree

Markets - via flipbook
Corn: Uncertainty in markets continues
Soybeans: South America production keeps dropping
Cattle: Bright outlook for stocker cattle
Wheat: Winter crop condition questionable

Recipes
Salad days

BUY, sell, trade
Marketplace

Viewpoint
Precision efficiencies aren’t just for row crops

by Ernie Verslues

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