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British Isles' Interest in No-Till Rises with Input Costs, Says Gabe Brown

Gabe Brown, a Bismarck, N.D., no-tiller and regenerative agriculture pioneer, Shane New and Allen Williams were invited by Regenerative Asset Management and Groundswell in the U.K. and Ireland’s National Organic Training Skillsets to observe and assess farm and grazing conditions and to conduct soil health workshops for their farming peers. The No-Till Passport series is brought to you by Martin Industries.
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Grazing Management Strategy: Combating Drought, Increasing Long-Term Economic Profit

With grasslands in the U.S. threatened by overgrazing, increasingly frequent and severe drought and land-use change, South Dakota State University Extension discusses grazing management practices to improve maintenance of forage productivity and increase maximum long-term economic profit compared to other agricultural production options.
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How Overgrazing Affects Wheat

Wheat that has been grazed too severely is more susceptible to sudden and sharp drops in temperature experienced at times this fall and winter, says Kansas State University Extension.
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