The Progressive Farmer - Digital Issue

June 2019

Fears of antimicrobial resistance motivate some consumers' meat and poultry buying decisions. But are those fears founded on fact or fiction? In our cover story for the June issue of Progressive Farmer we examine how antimicrobial use has changed, and we dispel a few myths. Also in this issue: We profile a North Carolina farm family who has used site management and construction savvy to grow a duck-hunting tradition with a private farm hunting preserve. The practice of dry-lotting cows can add diversification to a small operation, or even help wait out a disaster. We review the benefits and when this practice makes the most sense. Finally, we take a look at how one Maryland farm's summer camp teaches children the finer points of marketing, animal care and pest management.

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