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No-till farming helps the environment by reducing soil erosion, but it also helps your crops by increasing nutrient retention and water infiltration. For help finding equipment to use for interseeding thin pastures and hayland that will be converted for management intensive grazing please visit the resources below.

No Till drill photo

Green Lake & Marquette County

Green Lake County Land Conservation Dpt.

571 County Road A

Green Lake, WI 54941


Website Link

Marathon County

Marathon County Grazing Analyst

Brooke Bembeneck

210 River Drive

Wausau, WI

(715) 261-6045

Taylor County

Taylor County Land Conservation Dpt.

c/o Brent Tessmer

925 Donald Street

Medford, WI 54451

(715) 748-1469

Website Link

Waushara County

Waushara County LCD

c/o Josh Saykally-County Conservationist

920-787-0453 Ext. 321

Link to Rental Agreement

Outagamie County

Outagamie County Land Conservation Dpt.

3365 W Brewster Street

Appleton, WI 54914

(920) 832-5073

Website Link

Waupaca Co & Close Counties

Waupaca County Land and Water Dpt.

c/o Greg Peterson

811 Harding Street

Waupaca, WI 54981

(715) 258-6248

Columbia County

c/o Jeff Lang

122 Pearl Street

Berlin, WI 54923

(920) 361-3149

Portage County Cont.

Haybuster 107 No-Till Drill

Randy and Ryan Peters (owners)

Randy: (715) 498-4988

Ryan: (715) 498-4903

Wood County

Wood County Land Conservation Dpt.

111 W Jackson Street

Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54495

(715) 421-8579

Website Link

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