Workshop Session: Friday III
Farmers who are natural innovators and open to unconventional approaches to farm management will enjoy this discussion of the benefits and potential hazards of new and adapted technologies. We’ll share approaches to technology that fit various budgets, and surprise you with at least a couple of concepts you might not have considered.
Whilden Hughes is a sixth generation farmer from Wisconsin. The 150-acre Hughes Farm grows organic specialty row crops and small grains.
Isaac Greeson works on his family farm in Indiana growing 1,400 acres of corn and soybeans in a no-till cover crop system. Currently, he has 60 acres in organic transition.