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Cover Crops, More than Just a Weed

As we look back on 2014, there were many new advancements made in agriculture. From EPA approvals of certain Biotechnology traits to new ways of farming, one seemed to stand out among the rest; cover crops. Cover crops were a big buzz word this year and last year. With some farmers and ranchers who had planted turnips for years it made sense but to others who always wanted a clean field, it seemed counterproductive. people were able to show the improvements that it made to their operations and to their bottom line. Cover crops can do many things; they can provide nutritious feed to livestock, build healthier soil, and leave nutrients in the soil to be used by next year’s crop. Cover crops have the ability to not only help you spend less on inputs, but also build a healthier, more alive soil, that will pay dividends for years to come.

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