2023 Conservation Ag Operator Fellow Loran Steinlage leads a group carrying on the late Dave Brandt's vision for a farmer-led learning center in southwestern Wisconsin. Steinlage, Adam Daugherty, Jimmy Emmons, Rick Clark and a national team of innovative farmers are holding an event Sept. 14 at the Sinsinawa Mound Center
to take an inclusive look at agriculture today
In the September edition of No-Till Farmer’s Ask the Operator webinar series, Steinlage, Daugherty, Emmons and Clark discuss the goal for the center as defined by Brandt, details about the Sept. 14 event, best practices for inclusive farmer-to-farmer education and more.
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About the Speakers
Loran Steinlage, a 2020 No-Till Innovator award winner and No-Till Farmer’s 2023 Conservation Ag Operator Fellow, no-tills 750 acres of corn, soybeans, wheat, buckwheat, rye, barley and sunflowers in West Union, Iowa. Always thinking about how to move his operation forward, Steinlage has been experimenting with advanced farming systems like interseeding, relay cropping and 60-inch corn for nearly 2 decades.
Adam Daugherty serves as the NRCS District Conservationist for Coffee County, Tenn. Daugherty started his soil rejuvenation journey back in the fall of 2013 with 8 long-term no-till producers on about 2,000 acres. He currently works with over 70 producers in Coffee County implementing diverse high biomass cover mixes on over half the cropland acres…