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Manage dairy employees, establish farm protocols, take on milk marketing, and become more confident in your farm financials.

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I do believe that the period of time to make a farm successful is when the son or daughter is between the ages of 20 and 35. That is when they have the extra energy to make a farm go. However, before making big changes, I suggest that you first set the bar: “You must be this tall to get on the ride.”

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Editor’s note: This is the first in a three-part series of articles.

Agricultural operations are increasingly subject to local land use regulations. In the past, agriculture operated in rural areas where land use regulations were rare.

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Any one of these close or far-flung family members could be an owner of your business: Cousin Earl, 88, who inherited 15 shares from Uncle Don. Your sister, who lives and works in Denver with her insurance salesman husband.

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It’s an elite club, but there is no membership list. According to Cornell Cooperative Extension dairy specialist Dave Balbian, the 7-pound “club” isn’t really a club at all.

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It’s that time of the year to start thinking about taxes for 2017. So what’s new for 2017? The short answer is: nothing much – still waiting. However, I’m sure you have heard about President Trump’s proposed tax reform. What are these changes? This article will discuss some of President Trump’s proposed changes and how they affect you.

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The first dash-mounted fuel gauge was introduced in 1914 by Studebaker. Today, we wouldn’t purchase a vehicle without this primary performance indicator of our vehicle’s ability to deliver us to our destination.

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