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Forget About All The Hype! No-Tillers Don’t Want To Lose Any Nutrient, Soil And Environmental Benefits From Selling Residue Out Of Their Fields

No-tillers definitely understand the value of leaving residue in their corn fields. They recognize that corn stalks, leaves, husks and cobs help reduce soil losses, provide cheap nutrients, trim greenhouse emission levels, boost moisture levels, help organic matter, improve soil quality, reduce compaction and increase crop productivity.
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No-Tillers Avoid Costly Machinery 'Fight'

As farm machinery costs continue their never-ending upward spiral, a 400-acre farmer can trim his equipment investment by $128.05 per acre with no-till.
With ever-rising farm machinery costs, the squeeze is certainly on farmers to come up with new ways to cut their investment in tractors, implements and combines.
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No-Tillers Avoid Costly Machinery ‘Fight’

As farm machinery costs continue their never-ending upward spiral, a 400-acre farmer can trim his equipment investment by $128.05 per acre with no-till.
With every rising farm machinery costs, the squeeze is certainly on farmers to come up with new ways to cut their investment in tractors, implements and combines.
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Pinpoint Your Spray Control

Better placement, cost savings identified with map-based individual spray-control nozzle systems.
No-tillers seeking more precise chemical placement have new tools that not only makes application easier and more precise, they save money in the process.
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Focusing On Profit

Iowa grower came to no-tilling late and found that a simpler, smaller approach to farming made for bigger profits and more time for other things in life.
At age 68, John Everts has embraced no-till farming as a way to boost his per-acre profit, farm with less machinery and improve the soil.
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Three Workhorses Approved

If there's ever been any doubt on your part regarding the huge savings you’ll earn on fuel purchases from no-tilling, check out the No-Till-Age chart at the bottom left side of this page.
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No-Tilling In The United Kingdom

Methods found in Kansas and Oklahoma successfully transplanted to English fields farmed by family since 16th century.
Meet Jim Bullock. This no-tiller from Worcestershire, England, who also works as a farm consultant, believes that no-tilling is no longer an idealistic conservation idea in Europe, it’s reality. His switch to no-tilling on land his family has farmed for more than 485 years reveals what’s been happening on the no-till scene in Europe.
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A Passion for Precision

If profitable farming is your goal, auto steering might get you where you want to go.
If you're strip-tilling or want to improve traffic control in your no-till fields, you should consider auto steering, says Randall Reeder, an agricultural engineer with Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio. While the cost is hefty and a decision should be made carefully, the returns can be well worth the investment, he says.
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