By Matt Reese
As more farmers are thinking outside the box to get better results for the environment and their bottom line, innovations with equipment have to keep up. Award winners were recognized, a wide range of topics was highlighted and the evolution of equipment was a part of much of the discussion at this week’s Ohio No-Till Conference in Plain City.
Gary Fennig of Fennig Equipment talked about the continual innovation with equipment for no-till, nutrient management and cover crops.
“We specialize in hand-crafting special requests. Cover crop is one application. Nutrient placement is another. In the next 3 to 5 years, a lot of guys will be taking a hard look at inter-seeding cover crops, nutrient placement, and banding fertilizer. There are a lot of studies out there showing benefits to these farming practices. It is beginning to gain traction,” Fennig said. “We have a corn head cover crop seeder — the seeder fits on the back of the corn head.… Continue reading