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EDITOR'S NOTES

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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Ever since the arrival of our first child, my husband and I have tried to get a unique picture of our children for our annual Christmas card.

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Women have been an integral part of the dairy industry for a long time. After watching my own mother tame a number of wild barn cats, I would guess that women were probably involved in domesticating the cow.

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Last night, my 6-year-old proudly stated that after one week of school she learned “the big three.” When most people think of education, especially grade school, they would consider the big three to be reading, writing and arithmetic.

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I find it ironic that fall, which is typically referred to as an ending season, always seems to be the start of something new. For students, it is the start of a new school year. For our company, it is also our (unofficial) start of a new year.

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It is always refreshing to step aside from our regular topics and deliver content on a special subject. While articles on feed and nutrition, A.I. and breeding, calf and heifer raising, and milk quality are extremely important and likely to impact what you do each day, I always enjoy taking a step back from the day-to-day and taking a broader look at the industry.

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I am sitting down to write my editorial on a busy day on our farm. Running through my head are thoughts on if the coolers have enough ice, if the plants have enough water, what time I need to start lunch preparations, and if the help and equipment will arrive soon. You see, today we will plant our tobacco crop.

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