Despite drought, conservation tillage left him smiling

Image of David BrandtWhen it became apparent that the dry spell many Ohio growers were experiencing last year would become the worst drought in 50 years, David Brandt, pictured, wasn’t worried about how well the corn and soybeans on his 1,150-acre farm would fare. The Carroll, Ohio, farmer instead relied on a natural form of insurance that left the soils in his fields protected against the devastating effects of the record heat and drought that decimated many farmers nationwide in 2012. Read the story …

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