Good data drives success (February 2019)


Recorded at the 2019 Commodity Classic, Williamsport, IN farmer Rick Clark, who was honored as the 2019 Northeast Region American Soybean Association Conservation Legacy Award recipient, shares his insights into managing 7,000 acres in a 100% no-till, 100% cover crop system. “Every rig you have is collecting data, and we have to know what to do with it. Good data leads to good decisions. When you collect the data, and you make your decisions off that data, you then become a low-cost input producer, which is what we are. That then puts you in a position of strength.”


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