Supporting the Systematic Approach to Strip-Till
Marrying the machinery with the practice of strip-till requires a understanding of the underlying principles, such as soil health benefits, precision farming integration and setting realistic goals – all areas Youngblut Ag owner, Pete Youngblut will offer experience-based advice on at the 2020 National Strip-Tillage Conference.
Kicking the tires on a new tractor or scheduling seasonal maintenance for a combine or planter are common necessities that keep farmers coming through the doors of their local farm equipment dealership.
But when it comes to strip-till equipment, farmers are often looking for a more unique level of expertise and support. Dysart, Iowa, farmer and founder of Youngblut Ag, an independent farm equipment dealership, Pete Youngblut, has an intimate and expanding knowledge of how to help strip-tillers get their system established and set up for growth.
Striking the right balance between equipment and inputs — to maximize the benefits of strip-till — is a constant work in progress. With so many moving parts (literally and figuratively), having a local resource who is knowledgeable on setting up and maintaining a strip-till system can be a luxury for farmers.
Bring your questions during a classroom session at the 2020 National Strip-Tillage Conference, Aug. 6-7 in Omaha, Neb., where Youngblut will share his experience and insight working with a variety of farmers on assembling the most profitable, productive pieces of a strip-till system.
The 7th annual National Strip-Tillage Conference will be held at the Embassy Suites by Hilton Omaha LaVista Hotel & Conference Center and feature 2 days of strip-till education through an array of thought-provoking general sessions, strategy-packed strip-till classrooms and highly collaborative strip-till roundtable discussions.
THE 2020 EVENT IS CO-SPONSORED BY THESE LEADING STRIP-TILL SUPPLIERS: