According to the plain realities of farming, conservation agriculture’s yardstick is efficacy and profit. For the following, featured farms, conservation and financial success are a wedded pair. Each of these farmers has long stood at the vanguard of an effort to mix crop management with environmental awareness and produce tangible benefits to soil and nature, without sacrificing dollars.
To read about Mike Wagner, Pete Hunter, Rob Stout and Chad Schooley's conservation practices click here.
Click here to read about Lake Erie’s Champion Of Soil Health, Les Seiler.
Read here what three things Peter Rost considers before trying new farming practices.
Technology drives tillage, tiling and nutrient application for Tim Malterer. Learn how here.
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