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Reduced Soil Tilling Beneficial for both Soils and Yields

Stanford UniversityDec 15, 2019

No-till and reduced till is a key component of many U.S. soy farmers’ sustainability plans and now, a new Stanford University study demonstrates that just…

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Different Paths, Same Goal: Sustainability is Universal Priority For U.S. Soybean Farmers Nationwide

USB Staff WriterOct 18, 2019

What’s good for Iowa soybean farms may not be so great for Georgia soils. But one thing is certain: Farmers embrace the importance and value…

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The Faces of U.S. Soy Farming: No Till Farming

Wisconsin Soybean Marketing BoardAug 10, 2019

Having a consistent supply of high-quality, sustainably produced soybeans is vitally important to international soy buyers, and U.S. soy farmers are up to the challenge.…

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U.S. Soy Farmer: Sustainability is Leaving the Ground Better than How I Found It

Cory AtkinsDec 1, 2018

First generation farmer Cory Atkins says practicing no-till helps him to retain soil moisture, and topsoil and gives him improved soil structure and natural weed…

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U.S. Soy Farmer: No Till is the Heart of our Farming Business

Linda BurrierNov 24, 2018

Linda Burrier’s Maryland family farm was an early no-till adaptor, beginning in the early 1970s and achieving 100% no till in 2002. This has helped…

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Sustainability by the Numbers: No-Till

Savannah SteinkeSep 5, 2018

No-till farming, or the practice of planting seeds into the previous season’s crop residue, is a small effort that makes a big impact on both…