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‘Pedal Down’ No-Till Approach Provides Diverse, Profitable Results

Kansas growers Darin and Nancy Williams test the limits of conservation adaptation by integrating a full-flex non-GMO rotation, cover crops and rotational grazing.


HOOVES WORK. The Williamses incorporated a herd of British White cattle into their operation. Cover crops provide forage for rotational grazing, while the grass-fed cattle will be direct marketed, earning additional revenue for their operation.


Farmers in the local coffee shop may have plenty to say about the most unconventional farming operation in Waverly, Kan.

But Darin and Nancy Williams are more interested in continuously adapting their innovative combination of no-till, cover crops and rotational…

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