Tighter Canopies, More Stubble Help Dairy’s No-Till Transition
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Tighter Canopies, More Stubble Help Dairy’s No-Till Transition

Zachary Cordel already appreciated no-tilling from his days on the farm with his father in Cocker City, Kan., north of Salina. During the 5 years Zachary spent at college, and a subsequent 2 years of missionary work, his father went from tilling fields on their farm to becoming excited about conservation and stewarding the land, and he's now no-tilled for 12 years.

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