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[Podcast] Conversations with Ag Equipment’s Entrepreneurs: Gregg Sauder

We're pleased to bring you a special episode of the <em>Farm Equipment</em> podcast, “How We Did It: Conversations with Ag Equipment’s Entrepreneurs” brought to you by GKN Off-Highway Powertrain, wherein Editor Mike Lessiter sat down for a conversation with the founder of Precision Planting and 360 Yield Center, Gregg Sauder.
We're pleased to bring you a special episode of the Farm Equipment podcast, “How We Did It: Conversations with Ag Equipment’s Entrepreneurs” brought to you by GKN Off-Highway Powertrain, wherein Editor Mike Lessiter sat down for a conversation with the founder of Precision Planting and 360 Yield Center, Gregg Sauder.
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Online Extras: March 2015 Issue

Web-exclusive content for this issue includes:

  • Information about the 360 Chainroll by 360 Yield Center
  • Tips about frost seeding red clover into winter wheat

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Stalk Roller Links Residue Breakdown with No-Till Benefits

Manufacturer says by sizing corn stalks into small-but-connected pieces, the 360 Chainroll can increase microbial activity through faster residue decomposition and create a ‘virgin’ seedbed.
Managing corn residue can be an annual challenge for no-tillers, and finding the right tools and tactics to do so effectively is essential to maximizing yield potential and nutrient uptake.
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Slow Down, Tune Up Your No-Till Planter

Frustration made this no-tiller start his own seed-metering business and strive for planting perfection. Here’s how to soup up your planter for picket-fence stands.
Gregg Sauder of Tremont, Ill., has been working on no-till planters for 6 years now. He checks vac units and finger units for worn parts and calibrates both to make sure they are up to par. In fact, no-tillers around the country are lining up to have Sauder tinker with their planter to make sure it’s in top-notch condition.
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12 Income-Boosting No-Till Planter Adjustments

Here are a dozen simple adjustments you can’t afford to ignore to improve no-till yields.
It all starts with the planter, Gregg Sauder of Tremont, Ill., told 660 attendees at the seventh annual National No-Tillage Conference in St. Louis, Mo. He says no-tillers concerned with yields and stands should turn their attentions to the no-till planter to receive optimum crop performance.
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