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Meaghan's picture
CA Canada
1 week 3 days ago
At an upcoming field day at Yelarbon in Australia, strategies to combat pervasive weeds will be discussed and encouraged, including the use of "occasional tillage". Would you consider tillage as a last resort to aid your operation? Is this approach... Read More
Meaghan's picture
CA Canada
2 weeks 1 day ago
Are you seeing any "black snow" in your part of the world this spring? Are dust storms becoming more frequent due to an increase in tillage? Tell us your experience and what you are doing about it."Black snow" has returned in... Read More
Meaghan's picture
CA Canada
1 month 1 day ago
Have you travelled anywhere to learn more about no-till? What have you learned from your travels that can help you in your own farming practice?

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2014-03-17/russell-mckenzie-nuffield/5324934
Meaghan's picture
CA Canada
1 month 1 week ago
In a time when land prices are rising, commodities lowering, and many producers retiring, has the expense of investing in no-till become a barrier to converting to its practice? Are there programs where you are to encourage you to try conservation... Read More
Meaghan's picture
CA Canada
1 month 3 weeks ago
Who do you look to when making decisions that affect your farm? Howard Buffet recently came out in favour of cover crops to preserve soil health. Does this matter to you, or encourage you to try them? Who do you look to for advice? Experts (... Read More

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Patrick Beaujot's picture
CA Canada
1 week 2 days ago
In March, I had the opportunity to travel to Estonia for a few days to tour the countryside and... Read More
Patrick Beaujot's picture
CA Canada
3 weeks 18 hours ago
Recently I read an article in the February 13 issue of the Western Producer by Barb Glen covering a... Read More