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From thousand-dollar stilettos to million-dollar cows, George Malkemus and Anthony Yurgaitis have built an empire in the busy streets of New York City and the quaint town of Litchfield, Connecticut.

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Dairyman Terry Ketterling wanted to lower breakeven costs for his 10,500-cow dairy. He could have built another milk barn, filled it with cows and stretched his fixed costs over more animal units.

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People who work in agriculture are eight times more likely to be fatally injured when compared to other professions. It remains the most dangerous occupation in the U.S. Moreover, farms normally include homes and non-working bystanders (often children) who are also at risk.

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Editor’s note: This article is the second in a series geared toward dairy industry salespeople and other allied industry representatives. Read the first article here.

In this article, I continue to share some thoughts of how to take Carnegie's time-tested prescription for relationship and business success and apply it to agribusiness.

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You need the right fence in the right place for the right reasons, said Randy Cutler of Milladore, Wisconsin, during his presentation at the 2017 Grassworks Grazing Conference.

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We might not want to admit it, but winter will be here before we know it. And for most of the country, this means plunging temperatures, bringing cold stress and increased maintenance needs for young calves.

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