ETS welcomes Spencer Grimm to the engineering department. In his role as a design engineer Spencer will continue to ensure the integrity of ETS products along with contributing to new product design.
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Environmental Tillage System (ETS) is thrilled to have not one but two summer interns. Summer internships are an opportunity to for young people to gain hands-on experience in their field of study. ETS understands the importance of providing a valuable experience for interns.
Environmental Tillage Systems (ETS) is eager to have Andrew Geraets a part of the team as a Service Technician. Andrew will be supporting SoilWarrior clients in his home state of South Dakota and the surrounding states. Excellent customer service is priority for ETS, and Andrew will do a great job of putting our customers first.
SoilWarrior owners know that strip-tillage is a great way to cut production costs, be more efficient with time and nutrient placement, along with building soil health. The journey to developing the right strip-till system for your farm can take a few seasons of experimentation, practice, and persistence.
We invite all SoilWarrior owners to get SoilWarrior® Certified at the all new SoilWarrior Academy on Tuesday, August 2 at Iowa Western Community College in Council Bluffs, IA. This year’s theme is Beyond the Zone. The training is aimed to help operators better understand their SoilWarrior system for more confident field operations and greater soil health. Sessions will be led by the SoilWarrior experts at Environmental Tillage Systems.
The 2017 National Strip-Tillage Conference will be held August 3rd and 4th in Omaha, NE. Now in its 4th year, the conference has become the premier learning and networking event in the U.S. for forward-thinking farmers. This year’s conference will include 7 general sessions, 12 strip-till classrooms, and 26 roundtable discussions along with unlimited networking with fellow strip-till enthusiasts. According to National Strip-Tillage Conference Attendee Surveys (2014, 2015 and 2016) 95.2% of Strip-Tillage Conference attendees would recommend attending.
Strip-tillage is a great way to cut production costs, be more efficient with time and nutrient placement, and build soil health. But the journey to developing the right strip-till system for your farm can take years of experimentation, practice, and determination. The National Strip-Tillage Conference is a great way to make that learning curve more manageable.
Now in its fourth year, the National Strip-Tillage Conference has become the premier learning and networking event in the U.S. for forward-thinking farmers. This year it will be taking place August 3-4, 2017 at the La Vista Hotel & Conference Center in Omaha, Nebraska
Still not convinced? Here are 5 reasons why you should register today!
Environmental Tillage Systems (ETS) announces that Huron Tractor Ltd. will now be selling and supporting the SoilWarrior® brand in the province of Ontario, Canada. Based out of Exeter, Huron Tractor will sell SoilWarrior® zone tillage and nutrient application equipment throughout their sales territory. This new partnership allows ETS to expand their sales efforts and reach a growing strip-tillage market.
This is the story of how a moldboard plow dramatically changed the soil properties of a field, which was previously managed with years of minimal tillage and cover crops along with one year of strip-till with the SoilWarrior®.
Greg Nielsen has joined the team at Environmental Tillage Systems (ETS) as a Service Technician. In this role, he will continue to grow the company’s reputation for excellent customer service by supporting SoilWarrior clients primarily in the Upper Midwest.
Uniform distribution of fertilizer is key for optimal crop performance. Consider the following points when planning your fertilizer application.
- As you choose a strip-till method, be sure the fertilizer application method meets your requirements for fertilizer distribution.
- Operate the machine at the correct speed and depth to ensure uniform incorporation.
- Be sure the placement method does not leave a void in which nutrients get concentrated.