The HAT Soil Health Podcast- Learning From Your Peers

This episode of the HAT Soil Health Podcast, presented by the Conservation Cropping Systems Initiative, was recorded in front of a live studio audience at the recent Indiana Farm Equipment & Technology Expo. Madison County farmer Mike Shuter, Fayette County farmer Andrew Bernzott, and Purdue Extension Corn Specialist Dan Quinn join HAT’s Eric Pfeiffer to discuss how they got interested in soil health practices and the benefits they provide.

They also discuss how learning from your peers is the best way to begin to adopt soil health practices and how they’re always willing to help another farmer out.

Check out the archived video from the Expo above and listen to the traditional podcast below.


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