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Organically grown alfalfa offers opportunities
From an economic standpoint, the biggest reason to consider organic alfalfa production would be having contract with someone who has to have organic alfalfa and is willing to pay a premium for it, said Kallenbach, who is also a professor of plant science in the MU College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources.
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