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Read comments from Progressive Dairy editor Karen Lee, ranging from the origin of specific magazine articles to thoughts about industry trends.

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This summer, my oldest daughter had her first experience in the dairy show ring. It was something she wanted to do for years, and she was finally old enough to compete at the local fair.

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Trust with today’s consumers is gained through transparency. As much as we want to portray a positive image of agriculture, when that is all we provide, it makes people start to question what negative aspects we are covering up.

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Today we introduce a small change with a big meaning. We have removed “man” from our name plate in order for the second part of our name to be as open-minded as the first.

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My oldest daughter decided to take her fledgling softball career to the next level this year by joining the traveling team for her age group. In doing so, she will be hanging out with girls from different grades and different schools.

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The town I was raised in had a large lake that was enjoyed by many for recreation.

One summer, my brother decided to venture out onto the open water. He always enjoyed small-engine repair work and had acquired an old boat from our great uncle.

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I recently attended the Progressive Dairy Operators Triennial Symposium in Toronto, Ontario. It occurred during a busy week for the Canadian dairy industry with the Western Canadian Dairy Seminar in Red Deer, Alberta; London Farm Show in London, Ontario; and Atlantic Farm Mechanization Show in Moncton, New Brunswick; all coinciding within five days.

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