Equipment

Plows And History Do Mix!

Last summer, Pam and I took our three oldest grandchildren on a 3-day trip that centered around the use of the moldboard plow. Even though we certainly don’t encourage No-Till Farmer readers to use the moldboard plow, it played a key role in this family trip to look at farming history.
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Making No-Till Corn Work

Combining several strategies helps make no-till yield as well as conventional corn.
Jan Layman never expected to be a die-hard no-tiller. “I never thought I’d be preaching the evangelism of no-till. I enjoyed working the ground,” admits Layman of Kenton, Ohio.
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No-Till Online

Planter Adjustments, Interseeding Keep No-Tillers Busy

Find out more about these topics or start a debate of your own at www.no-tillfarmer.com
Turning your original no-till planter into something that better fits your specific cropping needs was a hot topic on the No-Till Farmer Farmer’s Forum message board recently. Also, veteran no-tillers hit the keyboards to voice their opinions about one farmer’s interseeding concerns and another no-tiller’s questions about his White 5100 planter.
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No-Till Online

In The Market For A Self-Propelled Sprayer?

As no-tillers prepare for the upcoming season, the Farmers’ Forum message board is overflowing with useful information.
It’s easy to see that no-tillers are gearing up for the upcoming no-tilling season. While always one of the most popular features on the No-Till Farmer Web site, the Farmers’ Forum message board has been busier than ever.
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The Envelope Please...

National No-Tillage Conference prizes winners took home more than just no-tilling strategies.
if getting the opportunity to interact with almost 700 fellow no-tillers wasn't enough, some attendees at the 11th National No-Tillage Conference in Indianapolis, Ind., also walked away with a number of extremely valuable big-time prizes.
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Shop Talk

Use Cost-Share Dollars To Buy No-Till Equipment

While it hasn’t yet generated much business, an unexpected source of funds for purchasing no-till drills and planters is available from the federal government. The only drawback is that these 0-percent interest loans, that can be at least partially paid back with U.S. Department of Agriculture cost-share dollars, must be obtained by a public or quasi-public agency rather than directly by farmers.
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