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[Podcast] Rapidly Adapting & Adopting a Strip-Till System Pt. 2

In today’s <em>Strip-Till Farmer</em> podcast supported by The Andersons, we share excerpts from a conversation with Beaver Dam, Wis. farmer Ryan Nell, who candidly shares some of the reasoning and results of the farm’s recent experiments with seeding cover crops after corn silage, using cereal rye to combat white mold, and ultra-low soybean populations.

In today’s Strip-Till Farmer podcast supported by The Andersons, we share excerpts from a conversation with Beaver Dam, Wis. farmer Ryan Nell, who candidly shares some of the reasoning and results of the farm’s recent experiments with seeding cover crops after corn silage, using cereal rye to combat white mold, and ultra-low soybean populations.


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Bryan Jorgensen

Encouraging Beneficial Insects for Better Soil Health and Higher Profits

The number of insect species on your farm directly correlates with profits, according to Ecdysis Foundation director, Jonathan Lundgren. This idea of increasing insect life to benefit agricultural operations is paying off for producer Bryan Jorgensen, partner and chief agronomy operations officer at Jorgensen Land & Cattle, says the South Dakota Soil Health Coalition.
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