ROI Driving Crop Rotation Decisions
23 Jan 2231 min 9 sec

There’s a lot to consider heading into any new crop year but especially as we prepare for 2022 with record run-ups in input prices, lack of input inventory, Covid marketplace impacts, and uncertainty.  One consideration always in play is whether or not to alter the crop rotation.  XtremeAg farmer, Chad Henderson explains why he’s staying the course in 2022 with his usual crop acreage splits. That is, unless the weather throws him a curve ball this spring. Chad explains the reasons and experiences that guided his decision against making radical changes to his cropping plan. Principal among them: "Crop rotation makes bushels and bushels make us money.”

Presented by Advanced Drainage Systems.

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