Harrington's Sort and Cull
John Harrington DTN Livestock Analyst
Fri May 1, 2015 05:04 PM CDT

Every small business with a fighting chance knows the critical value of cross-training. From the CEO to the janitor, all employees are required to wear multiple hats, ready at the drop of any one of them to cover bases left unattended thanks to sickness, vacations and the unavoidable element of surprise.

Consider the colorful example of a one-ring circus. The lion tamer knows a thing or two about making cotton candy, clowns easily double as roustabouts or snake charmers, and the human cannonball's tights just happen to fit the knife thrower, the trapeze artist, and the shy accountant who does ...

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