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Taking Control Of Your Traffic

Tramlines are an inexpensive way to control traffic patterns, while controlled traffic has greater long-term benefits for no-tillers.
Research from around the world clearly documents that yield losses occur as a result of equipment passes through the field. Yield reductions occur from either direct damage to the standing crop or from the compacting of the soil, or both.
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Staying A Step Ahead

A stable of late-model, essential equipment and innovative weed control takes Ellis McFadden’s no-till success in new directions.
When we wrote about Ellis McFadden’s no-till operation near Fort Wayne, Ind., in November 2003, he noted two important keys to success. First, keep only equipment that is absolutely necessary, but make sure it’s all new or nearly new. Second, don’t be shy about trying new methods that help you farm smarter.
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Equipment Wheeling, Dealing Is “Bonus” For Attending National No-Tillage Conference

Along with 92 hours of non-stop no-till learning, this annual mid-winter event includes plenty of other benefits, such as evaluating the best in used equipment.
Based on the keen interest shown in the “For Sale” and “Wanted” boards at the National No-Tillage Conference, more than a few no-tillers are still looking for equipment before the spring seeding season rolls around.
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