No-Till Farming 101

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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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Let Carbon Boost Returns

When it comes to cashing in on carbon sequestration, no-tillers are way ahead of the game. Even though there are many methods of reducing carbon dioxide emissions — such as increasing efficiency in automobiles and industry, or developing cleaner energy sources with solar and wind power — the possibilities of no-till are becoming more widely recognized.
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Surfing The Net At Three Different Speeds

Beginning, intermediate and advanced Internet concerns were addressed at last winter’s 10th annual National No-Tillage Conference.
After suffering through that annoying screeching noise that your computer makes when you first log on to the Internet, you have to figure out where to go on the Net, and more importantly, how to get there.
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Use New Farm Bill To Expand No-Till

No-tillers are already ahead of the curve in making the transition to lower-cost methods of farming.
As a family farm manager and longtime participant in farm policy development, Dick Wittman has mixed emotions about how the new farm bill will influence the behavior of no-tillers.
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Scholarship Contest Continues To Spark Interest In Conservation Tillage

Phoenix Rotary Equipment Ltd. once again is sponsoring an essay contest that will grant $5,000 among three deserving students.
On the successful heels of last year's inaugural conservation tillage scholarship contest, Phoenix Rotary Equipment Ltd. will once again sponsor this year's essay contest. By eloquently writing about an aspect of conservation tillage, three high school or college students will earn a substantial scholarship, which will help them pay for furthering their education.
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