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This week we’re heading east of Green Bay, to the shores of Lake Michigan where Aaron Augustian runs a dairy farm with his brother Todd. They grow alfalfa, corn silage and winter wheat and have about 1500 animals on site.

The Augustians are all in on cover crops. Aaron, along with his dad, Eddie, just built a 30-foot, 12-row interseeder to plant cover crops into corn. As far as they know, it’s the first interseeder of its kind.

For this installment of Cover Crop Strategies, brought to you by Verdesian Life Sciences, Aaron tells us how the new interseeder works and breaks down the key to getting a successful cover crop stand.

 
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