Springtime chores

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  1. I’m reaching out to you on behalf of Doane Advisory Services to invite you to be a part of the new Doane Community as we head into our beta testing phase. The Doane Community is a social network that lets people connect with each other on the latest Ag industry news, trends and tips, as well as just the happenings of everyday life. By signing up and becoming a member during our beta testing phase, you will have free access to our economist’s advice and analyses. Our economists have been providing trusted advice since 1919 on a variety of areas from cattle and hogs to corn and soybeans, just to name a few.

    We would like you to be a part of the community because we feel you provide a unique perspective and your informative stories and experiences help shed light on what the Ag industry is really like. We feel your voice would be a great fit for the community and think that it could be a great resource for you in more ways than one, including a place where you can continue to share your blog. We already have over 2,000 of our existing digital subscribers in the community with more to come.

    You can check out the community by following this link: http://producer.doane.com/index.php/ . To have further access to see additional features, you will have to create a free account, and from there we would upgrade it for you. For more information about Doane and our economist’s visit: http://www.doane.com/about-us/

    We look forward to hearing from you and if there are any further questions feel free to contact me. Thank you for your time.



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