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Klingenberg Farms, Inc or KFI is owned by the Klingenberg Family. The managers involved are the father Vernon, who is the CEO. Agronomy is managed by son Derek. The cattle side is managed by son Grant. KFI no-tills wheat, corn, and soybeans. The cattle are backgrounded on the home place. From there they are sent to grass in the Flint Hills and or fed in feed yards in Western Kansas. They also custom farm.
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Case IH Introduces 2140 Early Riser Pivot Fold Planter

Case IH has introduced the 2140 Early Riser pivot fold planter. Six configurations feature ultra-narrow row spacing options, combined with accurate planting technologies, for high-efficiency planting. Designed to easily transition from an operational width of 44 feet to a transport width of 13.5 feet.
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Farm Roots Get New Beginning

Wisconsin's State Fair is in full swing this week. I always love attending this annual event, with its lively mix of music, food and, of course, agriculture. This year, however, it takes on added meaning for me as I embrace the new role of managing editor of No-Till Farmer.
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2017 National No-Tillage Conference Social Media Recap

No-Till Farmer editors were live Tweeting and Facebooking throughout the 2017 National No-Tillage Conference. We've compiled a daily breakdown of Facebook posts below, and on the last page included the #NNTC Twitter Feed from our 25th annual event.
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Rolling Down Cover Crops

Originally developed in South America, over the last decade roller-crimpers have become more popular in the U.S. as more no-tillers add cover crops to their system. These photos show some of the rollers invented and how some no-tillers are using them on their operations. To learn more about rollers and crimpers, see the article “Rolling, Crimping Can Help No-Tillers Use Covers Better."

No-Tillers Share Their Planter & Drill Setups

No-tillers from across the country share how they've set up their no-till planters to handle their specific conditions and help them achieve their goals.

Tweaking Plans for More Profits

Jordan and Katie Hancock of Fulton, Ky., have made adjustments to their equipment and cropping rotation in attempts to protect and improve their soils and profits. To learn about their operation, see the article “Adjusting Equipment, Adding Crops Improves No-Till Operation” from the October 2015 issue.

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