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Large Farm Operation Finds No-Till A Path To Lasting Success

The move away from conventional tillage stopped erosion and saved the soil for the future while widening the window of opportunity for timely seeding.
Since its founding as a small family farm, the Broughton Land Company has been managed for long-term success. For Dan McKinley, the current general manager, that means making no-till work on the huge operation that grew out of a family farm started in the 1880s near Dayton in Columbia County, Wash.
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What I've Learned from No-Tilling

Do More With Less!

With direct seeding, three men handle 4,000 acres.
When I was a kid, I knew it was spring when the mud roared off our highly erodible hills, across the roads and flowed through our farm yard.
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