Flexible No-Till System Adjusts to a New Norm: Volatility

Dual-purpose wheat, stocker cattle and stable no-till soils are helping Oklahoma no-tiller Jimmy Kinder weather droughts and take advantage of ever-changing market opportunities.

The flexibility to harvest grain with either a combine or hooves is how Jimmy Kinder is protecting his no-till farm from market volatility.

Near Walters in southwestern Oklahoma, Kinder raises wheat, canola, grain sorghum and sesame on 5,000 acres. He also manages 2,000 acres of grass to go along with his 1,000-head stocker-cattle operation. Kinder has been running stocker cattle for 49 years.

When Kinder spoke at the No-Till on the Plains conference earlier this…

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