The Progressive Farmer - Digital Issue

May 2019

There's a little patch of middle ground in the beef business today that has bankers taking notice. Cattlemen call it a grow yard. Lenders call it an economic entry point to the industry. In the May issue of Progressive farmer we take a look at how grow yards create windows of opportunity by increasing industry efficiency, offering profit potential and developing growth in a cooling market. Also in this issue: Flying Diamond Ranch in Colorado is finding ways to capitalize on holistic management. We offer insight into how this collaboration of land, cattle and type A professionals is succeeding. Ag lime is often first on the chopping block when farmers look at scrutinizing inputs. But that could be a costly mistake. We review how application pays even during a time of tight margins. Finally, we follow one Iowa pastor who is devoted to two vocations -- full-time farming and tending two rural church flocks.

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