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Home  >  Field Crops  >   No-Till Case Study, Miller Farm: Restoring Grazing Land with Cover Crops (Summary)

No-Till Case Study, Miller Farm: Restoring Grazing Land with Cover Crops



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By Susan Tallman ~ NCAT Agronomist

Published: November 2012

Updated: n/a

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Introduction

Converting marginal cropland back to grazing land can be accomplished by planting several years of a diverse cover crop mixture containing legumes, tap roots, and more. For Ken Miller of Mandan, North Dakota, a cover crop cocktail helps break up the old plow layer, increase nutrient cycling, and improve productivity.

Table of Contents

Introduction
The Grazing System
Conclusion and Future Plans
Further Resources

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