Cover crops have skyrocketed in popularity over the last several years — and for good reason. But are they always the only answer? Steve Swaffar, ag consultant at Noble Research Institute, says, “it depends.”
The pitter-patter of raindrops on a roof is music to a rancher’s ears. Unfortunately, those moments have been few and far between in 2022. But all is not lost when it comes to growing forage for the winter.
Regenerative agriculture has helped the Hemme Brothers realize that the opportunities are endless for new enterprises.
For farmers and ranchers considering a transition to regenerative agriculture, there may be no more important consideration than increasing plant diversity.