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Follow The Money!

Here’s how farmers capitalize on the valuable time savings gained from no-tilling.
Freeing up time is among the major benefits of no-tilling.
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No-Till Is For The Birds

This North Dakota no-tiller is among a growing number of readers renting out land to hunters.
Each year during pheasant and grouse hunting seasons, Ron Swindler’s farm at Mott, N.D., was becoming more and more like a shooting gallery. So the no-tiller decided to do something about it.
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No-Tilling After Cotton

Look for this and other discussions among readers from our No-Till Farmer Web site: www.no-tillfarmer.com
One of the many discussions on the No-Till Farmer sponsored Web site Bulletin Board centers on what to do with leftover cotton stalks when you want to no-till a different crop, such as soybeans.
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Drill Modifications Fit Needs

These Washington no-tillers built their own no-till drill to direct seed steep slopes.
To stop erosion on slopes as steep as 50 percent in the Skyrocket Hills near Prescott, Wash., Mike Thomas, Sr. and his son Mike, Jr., haven’t cultivated any ground since 1985.
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He Was Lucky!

This no-tiller got solid benefits from using a Phillips rotary harrow to dry wet no-till soils.
Larry Paltzer knows firsthand how valuable it can be to attend the National No-Tillage Conference.
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Dealing With Compacted Soils

Look for this and other discussions among readers at our No-Till Farmer Web site: www.no-tillfarmer.com
A no-tiller's soil has been getting harder every year and he wants to know what he can do to loosen it and develop a more normal root system. So, he asks fellow no-tillers on the No-Till Farmer sponsored Web site Bulletin Board. This and other questions have produced a flood of discussions lately.
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Take Cover!

An Ohio study shows the benefits of using cover crops in your no-till operation.
While most no-tillers know that cover crops can protect soil from wind and water erosion, a study conducted by the Conservation Action (CAP) Project at Napoleon, Ohio, points out even more potential benefits.
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