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What I've Learned From No-Tilling: No-Till, Crop Diversity Boost Yields, Cover Big Country With Less Equipment

A planter and drill are all no-tiller Bryan Jorgensen needs to seed 11,000 acres, while cover crops and grazing add a profitable dimension.

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NAME: Bryan Jorgensen

FARM: Jorgensen Land and Cattle

LOCATION: Ideal, S.D.

YEARS NO-TILLING: 30

ACRES: 11,000

CROPS: Winter wheat, spring wheat, oats, corn, milo, forage sorghum, soybeans, peas, alfalfa, millet, camelina, grass and teff grass

With the number of acres our family crops, you would think we would have a whole battery of equipment.

In reality, we crop and manage 11,000 acres of gently rolling South Dakota fields with a 48-row, 40-foot…

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