Seeding & Planting

[Podcast] Best of 2023: World-Record No-Till Corn Yields, Vermicompost Extract & More

To welcome in 2024, we’re revisiting some of the most-played episodes of the 2023 No-Till Farmer podcast, brought to you by Yetter Farm Equipment.
To welcome in 2024, we’re revisiting some of the most-played episodes of the 2023 No-Till Farmer podcast, brought to you by Yetter Farm Equipment


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Dryland No-Tiller Earns Bin Buster Award at 2023 National Sorghum Yield Contest

Chris Santini from Stewartsville, N.J., secured the National Sorghum Producers’ 2023 National Sorghum Yield Contest’s highest yield at 221.75 bushels per acre. Entered into the dryland no-till East division, she surpassed her husband Santino “Sam” in the dryland tillage East division who achieved 221.06 bushels per acre.


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Corn & Soybeans Are Stupid, Plus 3 Other Thought-Provoking Statements from the Big Soil Health Event

While no-till is a pillar of the regen movement, the Big Soil Health Event is definitely a departure from conventional no-till practices. As I was listening to the speakers, these four statements caught my attention, and I wondered how those of you reading would have reacted had you been there.
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[Podcast] What No-Tillers Should Know about USDA’s Climate-Smart Data Collection

In this episode of the No-Till Farmer podcast, brought to you by Yetter Farm Equipment, Todd Janzen, ag attorney at Janzen Schroeder Ag Law explains what no-tillers need to know about the USDA’s data collection through these grants, potential legal liabilities for artificial intelligence in agriculture and more.
In this episode of the No-Till Farmer podcast, brought to you by Yetter Farm Equipment, Todd Janzen, ag attorney at Janzen Schroeder Ag Law explains what no-tillers need to know about the USDA’s data collection through these grants, potential legal liabilities for artificial intelligence in agriculture and more.

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Seeding & Planting

Wide-Row Corn Opens Up Opportunity for Soil Health Improvements, Additional Profits

Researchers emphasize importance of hybrid selection for success with wide rows in no-till
A life-long student of interdisciplinary corn production is what C. LeRoy Deichman calls himself. His long career led him to research plant physiology, genetics and pathology, and to invent a novel cropping system to increase crop productivity.
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What I've Learned From No-Tilling

Finding & Pushing No-Till Boundaries

Experiment with organic no-till leads to disappointing results but valuable insights about building on no-tillage
A strong sense of curiosity, a high pain threshold and a short memory have likely contributed a fair amount to navigating the failures and successes I’ve experienced experimenting with zero-till — and beyond — in my years of farming in Minto, MB.
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Conservation Ag Fellowship

Forward-Thinking Farming Leverages Relay Cropping, Technology

2023 Conservation Ag Operator Fellow Loran Steinlage reflects on a year of highs & lows
The future of Loran Steinlage's operation and the agriculture industry weighed on the No-Till Innovator throughout 2023. David Brandt, Steinlage’s mentor and close friend, died unexpectedly in May, leaving Steinlage with a mission to carry on Brandt’s vision to create a farmer-to-farmer learning center in southwestern Wisconsin.
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