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Farmers are breaking with the industrial model of corn and soybeans, by adding small grains in their crop rotation

by Futures Centre, Dec 11
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A growing number of Iowa farmers are breaking with the industrial model of growing corn and soybeans, incorporating small grains into their crop rotation. The switch is regenerating soils, cleaning up waters, and providing benefits to family farms.


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