The Progressive Farmer - Digital Issue

September 2018

Food products considered fake meat have become more prevalent recently and are stirring debate over labeling concerns and regulation. In the September issue of The Progressive Farmer, we take a look at whether these products have the potential to steal market share or fill a growing protein gap. We also report on how the beef industry is pushing for a level playing field with fake meat. Also in this issue: Irrigators have been moving to center-pivot sprinkler irrigation in the past two decades, but Mississippi Delta corn and soybean farmers are using best-management practices to tweak surface irrigation to maintain yields and conserve water and energy. We also report on a new survey indicating custom work rates have been steadily increasing the past couple of years. Finally, we take a look at a grower who maintains cotton as a part of his diverse mix of crops because of the consistency it offers him.

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