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From the Editor

Read comments from Progressive Dairyman editors related to each print issue of the print magazine, ranging from the origin of specific magazine articles to thoughts about industry trends.

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Some kids look forward to a summer filled with boating, camping and family vacations but, like many farm kids, the highlight of my summer as a kid was the county fair.

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My most embarrassing moment when courting my wife was bringing her home for the first time. And the awkward part had nothing to do with meeting my parents, as the movies are likely to portray.

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In the production of your regular issues of Progressive Dairyman, many stories remain untold. Some are funny; others are occasionally inspiring. I last wrote about one of these in September when describing a unique plane ride I had on a business trip.

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Baseball. In my family we have two seasons, baseball season and not baseball season. And just because it’s not baseball season doesn’t mean the baseball stops, it just means you need to keep training for baseball season.

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I have dedicated this space for this issue to thank Progressive Dairyman’s longest-running columnist for his years of dedication and contributions to the magazine. Mike Gangwer, the author of “The View from Here,” retired earlier this year. His final regular column appears here.

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“The cows are out!”

Growing up on our family farm, there was no more effective way to catch my parents’ attention than by crying out this panic-striking phrase. These four powerful words could stop my mom in the middle of cracking an egg and make my dad spring from his easy chair as if the house were on fire.

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