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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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Proven No-Till Planter, Drill Modifications That Work

Four no-tillers let readers in on their best shop-tested equipment secrets.
Not content with using a plain, old no-till planter or drill, a panel of four innovative no-tillers at last January's National No-Tillage Conference explained their best-kept secrets when it comes to modifying equipment.
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Eliminating Gauge Wheel Guesswork

Join this debate and others with knowledgeable no-tillers at www.no-tillfarmer.com
It started innocently enough, with one no-tiller asking how to put Case IH gauge wheels on his Kinze planter. The curious no-tiller received plenty of responses to his posting and received a few more about the effectiveness of the tires he's about to put on his machine.
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Base Your No-Till Strategies On Technology, Patience

If you can envision a giant “Do Not Disturb” sign stretching over nearly 10,000 acres of northeastern South Dakota farmland, you’ll begin to understand the no-till philosophy of Cal and Erik Hayenga.
When Erik Hayenga's grandfather (Cal’s father) quit raising corn in the mid-’60s because it wasn’t profitable, 40 bushels was a lot more common than 50 bushels per acre and that’s about as high as it went.
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No-Till Boosts Yields While Saving Time

Being innovators and pulling together a total cropping package has paid big dividends for these highly successful no-tillers.
THE Baruth brothers — Ron, Larry and Tom — continue to raise wheat, but pretty much look at cereal crops as an integral part of their 150-bushel corn and 40-bushel per acre soybean no-till cropping formula.
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Modifying No-Till Equipment

To join the discussions visit the Farmer’s Forum: www.no-tillfarmer.com
Many topics addressed this past month on the No-Till Farmer Farmer's Forum were regarding various no-till equipment modifications. Here's what you missed:
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Trim ‘em Back!

No-tillers are eliminating the mud buildup on Keeton seeding attachments by trimming back the plastic tail.
With earlier no-tilling and seeding into wet soils, many no-tillers across the Corn Belt have seen a buildup of mud on Keeton seeding attachments.
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