“No-Till, for me, has been something that allowed me to farm on my own terms…” — Bryan Van Holten
Since its debut in 1993, six individuals have attended all 27 National No-Tillage Conferences. In this episode of the No-Till Farmer Influencers and Innovators podcast series, brought to you by Martin Industries, we listen in on a panel discussion with these growers, led by No-Till Farmer editor Frank Lessiter.
Panel members Allen Berry, Allan Brooks, R.D. Wolheter, Bryan Van Holten, Scott Davidson, and Randall Reeder reflect on lessons learned in 25 years of no-tilling, discussing why they decided to commit to no-till, the biggest impact it’s had on their lives, the biggest mistake they made and much more.
In addition, Frank talks about a pair of brothers who learned the hard that they had to ask really tough questions when renting out their farmland. He also answers a listener question about the rate of adoption in cover crops.
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.
The No-Till Influencers & Innovators podcast series is brought to you by Martin Industries.
Since 1991, Martin Industries has designed, manufactured and sold leading agriculture equipment across the U.S. and Canada. Known for Martin-Till planter attachments, the company has expanded to include a five-step planting system, closing wheel systems, twisted drag chains, fertilizer openers and more in their lineup. Their durable and reliable planter attachments are making it possible for more and more farmers to plant into higher levels of residue. Click here to learn more.
Intro Music: Glenn Campagna - Folk Love
Interlude Music: Willow - Walk Into Forever
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