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Beginning with his father introducing no-till to the family farm about 35 years ago, Cade Bushnell has made it a point to steer away from conventional tillage altogether. In 1992, 11 years after returning to the family farm following graduation from Iowa State University, he sold the last of his conventional- tillage equipment.
Today, Bushnell uses both no-till and strip-till on his 1,300-acre Stillman Valley, Ill., farm to plant corn. Bushnell will discuss the benefits of both systems and the where, when and why considerations for selecting either no-till or strip-till. He’ll also share the valuable precision practices that have made him more effective at strip-till and no-till and several other critical farming practices.
(Total Run Time: 1 Hour; File Size: 29.2 Megabytes)
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