Dec 11

No-Till Seed Drill Available for Use by Area Farmers

Posted on December 11, 2017 at 9:03 AM by Allan Warren

Advertisement 606NTWhether you are a crop farmer or a pasture or hayfield owner, the District’s new no-till drill will help you reduce tillage to improve soil quality, water permeability, control weeds, increase soil carbon, and reduce fuel usage. Incorporating cover crops in reduced tillage strategies on cropland can provide a weed sup-pressing mulch, add organic matter, and increase fertility.

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Dec 11

Cover Crops Can Improve Your Soil

Posted on December 11, 2017 at 9:02 AM by Allan Warren

Tzeng cover cropLooking for an innovative way to boost soil health and fertility on your farm? Cover cropping is for you! Cover crop plantings improve soil fertility and organic matter, keep soil in place, are useful in managing field moisture, and can help control weeds, pests and diseases.

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Nov 30

Winter Farm Workshop

Posted on November 30, 2017 at 12:22 PM by Allan Warren

20170630_094143Whether you operate a horse boarding facility, or have a few of your own at home, at some point, you will have to ‘deal’ with the manure and bedding generated by those noble steeds. Frank Servine owns and operates a large horse boarding facility and has wanted a better way to manage the waste generated from his business for many years.

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