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O'Connor on Crop Rotation for Soil Health

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Published on Nov 29, 2013

Dirk O'Connor, a farmer with 7,000 acres of cropland near Plevna, Montana, says that finding the right crop rotation is important to building and maintaing residue. Ten years ago, the O'Connor farm switched to no-till farming in order to save time, improve soil health and produce forage for their cattle.

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