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A Quick Study On No-Till

Since taking over the family farm at age 21, Cameron Mills has successfully transitioned to no-till with cover crops and a can-do attitude.
When Cameron Mills jumped into farming full time in 1998, he went into it full bore. His father had just retired from farming and had turned over the operation to his 21-year-old son.
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What I've Learned From No-Tilling: No-Till Is Cornerstone To Smarter Farming

Process sets off a chain of innovations for this Indiana farm family.
I tell my neighbors that I don’t want to farm anymore. I just want to farm smarter. That philosophy was the reason we went with no-till in 1986, and it’s the driving force behind other steps that we’ve taken to make farming more efficient and profitable.
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Improving Your No-Till Planter

Actively responding to the questions of fellow farmers, no-tillers have been eager to jump into a number of different hot topics.
A simple question about converting a disc to an aeration tool sparked a heated discussion on the No-Till Farmer message board this month. No-tillers gave their thoughts about making this conversion and also the compaction problems that can go along with no-tilling in cold, wet soils.
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And The Winners Are...

These National No-Tillage Conference Attendees won valuable prizes ranging from a no-till drill to baseball tickets.

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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And The Winner Is...

By having his ticket drawn at the National No-Tillage Conference, Wisconsin no-tiller Larry Paltzer won use of a Phillips Rotary Harrow for 1 year.
Larry Paltzer no-tills in the Corn Belt. He's plagued with wet soils that stay wet, even with no-till. After going to several roundtables, classrooms and general sessions at the National No-Tillage Conference, he was trying to decide if his operation could afford a Phillips Rotary Harrow.
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Overcoming Residue Concerns With No-Till Corn

No-tillers aren’t the only ones using trial and error. Here’s what one crop consultant and innovator award winner did.
When it comes to terms used to describe no-till farmers, “trial and error” has got to be pretty darn near the top of the list. And as far as no-till crop consultants are concerned, it's no different.
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