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Win a Harvest Prize Pack!

Win a Harvest Prize Pack!

You could win a Harvest Prize Pack! Simply comment on the question below to be entered to win. The winning entry will be randomly selected from the comments section of this blog. You must comment to win.

Do you use no-till or conventional till farming practices?

Krause Corporation products are well recognized as the finest quality available. Krause continues to lead the industry with innovative products that respond to the needs of today’s modern agricultural producer. Our commitment is to provide our customers with the best equipment and service in the business.

All Aboard would like to say thank you to Krause Corporation for supporting the 2011 wheat harvest. For more information contact crew@allaboardharvest.com.

To enter scroll down and leave a reply.We will announce a winner at 1 p.m. CDT on Wednesday, August 3.

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13 Comments
  • Amy
    Posted at 13:04h, 01 August

    We consider ourselves to be low-till farmers, have learned that our ground is not good for no-till.

  • Jeni Weilert
    Posted at 13:36h, 01 August

    Both. Have some ground that we do min. till and some sandy ground that we no-till.

  • Jo
    Posted at 14:18h, 01 August

    we are min till operators

  • Bobby Hansen
    Posted at 18:37h, 01 August

    conventional til Texas gulf coast

  • Steven Bohl
    Posted at 19:36h, 01 August

    I still conventional till, in process of purchasing the farm from my father. Purchasing no till equipment is not in the budget yet, however this year around this area conventional till wheat yielded better than the no till wheat did.

  • Sara
    Posted at 08:40h, 02 August

    I’m an ag communicator and write about both!

  • Colleen Hashman
    Posted at 10:25h, 02 August

    Mostly no till. Really helps conserve moisture, and hold the ground if the wind gets to really blowing.

  • Karen
    Posted at 11:26h, 02 August

    Minimum till and no till with wheat, beans and milo

  • Eddie Sanders
    Posted at 13:55h, 02 August

    WE HAVE BEEN NO-TILL FARMING 100% FOR 26 YEARS HERE IN MIDDLE TENNESSEE

  • Lucinda
    Posted at 16:11h, 02 August

    Some of both; more no-til this year; moisture very hard to come by in SW Missouri this season.

  • Earlene
    Posted at 10:34h, 03 August

    Our family has been farming the same farm since 1930. We use conventional farming on this west Texas farm..

  • Karen.
    Posted at 10:52h, 03 August

    Ridge till, some no till. Platte River Valley, Nebraska.

  • All Aboard
    Posted at 12:00h, 03 August

    We have a winner! Thanks for participating, check out the Facebook page where we’ll be giving several things away in the coming days.