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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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Bringing on the Bees

Leedey, Okla., no-tiller Jimmy Emmons is using pollinator strips to attract beneficial insects and predatory insects to protect his grain sorghum.
Leedey, Okla., no-tiller Jimmy Emmons is using pollinator strips to attract beneficial insects and predatory insects to protect his grain sorghum.
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From the Desk of John Dobberstein

It’s Never Too Late

This week’s edition of Dryland No-Tiller seems to illustrate that it’s never too late for no-tillers to explore new options that can improve the diversity of their farm operations and increase profitability.
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Banking Water, Fixing Soils Yield a No-Till ‘Green Up’

Rotational grazing, no-till practices and diverse cover crop mixes are the recipe to healthier soils for Leedey, Okla., no-tiller Jimmy Emmons.
When Jimmy Emmons talks about the major changes he’s making to his farm, he feels compelled to explain that his father and grandfather, “did the best they could do with the equipment they had.”
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