In this episode of the “No-Till Farmer Influencers & Innovations” podcast, brought to you by Ingersoll & Agrisolutions, Frank Lessiter chats with John Aeschliman who no-tills on the steep slopes of the Palouse area of Washington State.
In this session, John talks about using a self-leveling combine, raising 165 bushel wheat, and why his early yielder drill came to be called Old Yeller. Plus, Frank answers a listener email about the early days of no-till and shares a little-known no-till fact.
P.S. There’s lots more great no-till stories and history in Frank Lessiter’s new book, From Maverick to Mainstream: A History of No-Till Farming. Check it out here.
No-Till Farmer‘s No-Till Influencers & Innovators Podcast podcast is brought to you by Ingersoll Tillage.
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Intro Music: Glenn Campagna - Folk Love
Interlude Music: Willow - Walk Into Forever