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Farm Data: A Little Can go a Long Way to Making Good Decisions

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Jason is social worker turned farmer and owner of Diamond Hills Farm, a pasture based cow/ calf operation in Hudson, New York. When he is not grazing, watering, or calving he is the Livestock Educator for the Ulster County Cooperative Extension Office. He gets up early, tries to stay up late, and enjoys looking at his collection of unread book. He is currently hard at work trying to slow the rotation of earth in order to increase the length of the days and is the most happy at that time of year when you can smell the soil but not the cold.

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  1. Tom Krawiec says:

    Great article Jason. I really like your example of when green up happened after a droughty winter. It gives a person calming perspective when you have information from years past. When it comes to weather, it seems our memory is quite short. With a little bit of record keeping you can look back and realize what is happening now is not that far off from what happened a few years ago.

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