Strip-till is often just a starting point for many farmers. It’s seen as the gateway into something bigger. That something isn’t always a clear vision and may take a couple years to come to fruition, which these three Minnesota SoilWarrior owners have come to realize after experiencing strip-till.
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"Cooperatives-See the Future" is the 2018 Co-op Month theme, and Environmental Tillage Systems (ETS) is proud to partner with six different co-ops. The SoilWarrior covers more than 60,000 acres, bringing the future to their patron’s farms with the use of the SoilWarrior, the only complete precision strip tillage system.
Dan Coffman isn't just a customer who runs a SoilWarrior. Coffman adds to his SoilWarrior experience by sharing updates from his operation on social media regularly.
Three popular pre-plant phosphorus (P) application methods are broadcast or surface applied, deep banding and strip- or zone-application. Each of these methods has a definite impact on movement of P both on- and off-target that directly influences plant health and growth, but also nutrient reduction strategies put forth by many states.
Environmental Tillage Systems (ETS) is excited to welcome, Greg Hallenbeck, to the ETS team as a Regional Sales/ Key Account Manager. Greg will manage regional sales and local co-ops with innovative agricultural equipment, SoilWarrior.
Many Environmental Tillage Systems customers are interested in learning more about strip-tillage practices, even after they purchase a machine. We caught up with Ron Frankenstein and Darin Stolte at National Strip-Tillage Conference to ask them about their experiences at the conference and running a SoilWarrior.
Ryan Wernsman has joined the Environmental Tillage Systems (ETS) team as a Regional Sales/ Key Account Manager for Colorado and Western Nebraska. Ryan will manage regional sales and support dealerships with innovative agricultural equipment, SoilWarrior.
When we think of strip-tillage we think of photos of machines creating zones in the spring or fall. Those photos are great, but how do the crops look? That is where #SoilWarriorGrown comes into play.
Spring planting is done and the SoilWarrior is back in the shed until fall or next spring, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t continue to learn about strip- till at different events this summer. From national conferences to training days there is something for every strip-till farmer or enthusiast wanting to learn more.