Strip-Till Farmer editors encounter a variety of articles, social media posts, podcasts and videos that offer a unique look at the grower's world from the lofty digital realm. Here is our favorite content from the past week from across the web:

Contest-Winning Strategies Can Carry onto Whole Farm

Strip-tiller Chris Lindner shares what he learned from his 315-bushel yield, and how he can carry over strategies from his contest plot to his entire farm in this article from Iowa Farmer Today. “We weren’t really doing a lot of split applications, but now we probably are doing multiple nitrogen applications,” he said. “We’ll put it on in the fall, spring, early in the season, side dress and even get the airplane. We aren’t putting on lots of it, just small amounts on different trips.”

2023 corn yield contests

Midwest farmers experimented with new practices to win 2023 corn yield contests.Photo by: Aaron Viner

Sneak Peek at New Strip-Till Equipment

Grange Machinery shares a few photos from its new Strip-Till Preparator, ahead of its launch at the LAMMA Show next week in the UK.

Can You Name the 5 Main Principles of Soil Health?

Cover Crops are just 1 of the 5 main principles of soil health. Can you name the other 4? If not, check out this YouTube Short from Land Your Ground to learn about the importance of each in under 60 seconds.

Bill Preller Showcases New Strip-Till Toolbar

Strip-till guru Bill Preller, founder/president of AGuru Machinery, checks in for a look at his company’s 600 series toolbar.

Strip-Till Changes the Game at Pensipple Farm

Anthony Ellis of Pensipple Farm, gives a presentation at the Oxford Real Farming Conference on how strip-till has improved his operation by cutting costs with no yield drop.

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