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Net Income Climbs For Most No-Tillers

While the majority of U.S. industries are slumbering or showing modest signals of a possible recovery, U.S. agriculture really hummed in 2010.

While the majority of U.S. industries are slumbering or showing modest signals of a possible recovery, U.S. agriculture really hummed in 2010.

That’s not to say there weren’t challenges.

Dry summertime conditions in the East dinged many no-tillers’ yields in states like Ohio and Indiana, while wet conditions in the Mississippi River region may have held back some crop growth. But many no-tillers in the Upper Midwest saw record production.

Regardless, some poor crop performances…

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