The "My No-Till Journey" blog is where farmers who are newer to no-till practices share how they tackle challenges and push to succeed. Throughout the next year, Kalispell, Mont., grower Doug Manning shares his journey to implementing no-till on his farm, where he raises wheat, barley, peas and canola. Feel free to leave comments, or tips about succeeding with no-till, at the conclusion of each post.
In this three-part video series, associate editor Laura Allen interviews No-Till Farmer founder and editor Frank Lessiter about no-till, the key moments that have impacted its movement, his achievements in promoting the practice, and what he sees happening with the future of no-till.
"No-Till fascinates me. It appeals to the part of my personality that likes a challenge." Ohio no-tiller Keith Kemp
Terry Taylor, Illinois no-tiller, shares tips for those incorporating cover crops into their rotation for the first time.
This section of the site is dedicated to the conservation tillage practice of strip-tillage. If you would like to receive more information regarding strip-till farming, we offer a free, daily e-newsletter — Strip-Till Strategies Daily — as well as a weekly digest of top strip-till news and features sent out each Sunday.
We offer a host of strip-till content here on no-tillfarmer.com (click here to jump to the articles section below). For complete strip-till coverage, we invite you to our sister site, striptillfarmer.com, where you can access every article, video, news release and more that we offer regarding strip-tillage. As always, please contact us if you have any questions or comments.