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Don’t tell Randy Dowdy that something can’t be done just because it’s not how “Daddy would have done it.”

This first-generation corn, peanut and soybean farmer from Pavo, Georgia, doesn’t let pre-conceived notions stop him from setting—and breaking—record yields. And in 2019 he not only broke the world record for soybean production, which he set in 2016, he broke it twice in one season.

This year Dowdy took the advice of an advisor out of Illinois and tried planting his soybeans in March, which is highly unconventional. But Dowdy’s philosophy really is to try anything at least once and so he did.

We are sad to announce that longtime Publisher and Editor Holly Martin has accepted a position with the American Angus Association. However, s…

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There’s a new gin in the Panhandle to help handle the cotton boom. Lonestar Gin cut the ribbon on its new state of the art facility just outsi…

HPJ Talk is our free weekly program with Associate Editors Jennifer M. Latzke and Kylene Scott that brings the ag news and commentary to you. …

Associate Editor Jennifer M. Latzke has been traveling with the Wheat Quality Council's annual hard wheat tour this week. Participants travele…

As I write, there’s snow piled up in my office’s windowpane from the Nov. 11 snowfall here in Dodge City, Kansas. I’ve broken out the heavy wi…