T he steady rise of cover crop use and interest in recent years has plant breeders, geneticists, agronomists, cropping systems researchers, government agencies, universities and seed companies turning their attention to making the practice a success. Read More
In this episode of the “No-Till Farmer Influencers & Innovators” podcast, brought to you by Martin Industries, No-Till Farmer editor Frank Lessiter talks with sixth-generation farmer Ray McCormick about his diverse operation. Read More
This webinar, sponsored by La Crosse Seed, explores several ways farmers and agronomists are working together to improve soil health and boost yields and profits by adopting cover crops targeted for specific traits. Brandon VanMiddendorp of La Crosse Seed is joined by a panel including Betsy Bower of Ceres Solutions, Don Daniels of Centerra Co-Op and no-tiller Carter Morgan for this free webinar. [To view any of our webinar replays, you must be logged in with a free user account.] Read More
Small grains harvest in South Dakota provides an excellent window for adding a cover crop into your rotation, and whether you grow a small grain or would like to fit a cover crop into your row crop rotation, there are many considerations to make, says South Dakota State Univ. Extension. Read More
WestBred has released new wheat varieties that the company says will offer growers an above-average combination of yield potential and protein, "continuing to drive better-performing and higher-quality varieties for the U.S. wheat industry." Read More
Allan Brooks no-tills 2,200 acres of vegetables in Markesan, Wis. We caught up with him at the 2020 National No-Tillage Conference, where he explained how he came to use Harvest International planters and reveals the new one he had built for the 2020 planting season.
The Summit, formerly known as the Conservation Tillage Conference (CTC), features keynote speakers, breakout sessions, table talks and vendor booths. Attendees who stay for the entire conference will be offered CCA continuing education units (CEUs).
Finding solutions to the problems farmers face is what inspired Harry and Etta Yetter to open a small machine shop in west central Illinois in the 1930s. Today, four generations later, Yetter continues the tradition of solving agricultural problems to meet the needs of producers all over the world.
Needham Ag understands the role of technology in making better use of limited resources within a specific environment by drawing on a wealth of global experience to overcome the challenges facing today's farmers, manufacturers and dealers.