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Crunching the Numbers on Custom Strip-Till

Kentland, Ind., farmer Jesse Stoller breaks down the costs of equipment ownership vs. the benefits of custom strip-tilling.
For farmers curious about the benefits of reducing their tillage practices, custom strip-till can be an efficient and affordable entry point. For farmers already building strips every year, it can be a lucrative business opportunity. 
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[Podcast] Customizing the Entry Point to Strip-Till Success Pt. 1

In this episode of the Strip-Till Farmer podcast, part 1 of 2, supported by Environmental Tillage Systems, we share excerpts from our recent visit with Mike Pribyl and Brent Petersen to discuss some of the initial objectives they pursued and achieved with a transition to strip-till.
In this episode of the Strip-Till Farmer podcast, part 1 of 2, supported by Environmental Tillage Systems, we share excerpts from our recent visit with Mike Pribyl and Brent Petersen to discuss some of the initial objectives they pursued and achieved with a transition to strip-till.
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3 Lessons Learned Overcoming Common Strip-Till Struggles

A foundational element of Elk Point, S.D., Joey Hanson’s strip-till system — trial and error — brings both operational advantages and obstacles to building berms on more than 20,000 acres.
Starting out in strip-till requires planning, patience and a bit of a sense of adventure. Farmers who have made the transition understand the commitment of time and effort that go into developing a productive, profitable system.
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Setting Strip-Till Goals to Match Field & Soil Conditions - Joey Hanson - NSTC 2015 - MP3 Download

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Growing up on a small farm in southeastern South Dakota, Joey Hanson struggled with finding the right tillage fit for the operation. Strip-till proved to be the answer to consistent yields and targeted fertilizer placement. Custom strip-tilling several thousand acres into various soil types, topography and crop rotations, the Elk Point, S.D., farmer and consultant with Diversified Agronomy deals with plenty of variability and diversity with strip-tillers within their operations.

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