In the Corn Belt, markets for small grains are limited, but as cover crops gain momentum, the demand for cover crop seed is on the rise.
Enter selling small grains as cover crop seed. Seed should meet purity standards, and therefore should be cleaned.
For Bill Frederick (left) of Jefferson, Iowa, seed cleaning for small grains is a crucial part of his business, Iowa Cover Crop.
On January 8 at 12:15 p.m. call in to hear from Bill as he shares his experience with cleaning seed: from purchasing a cleaner, to settings and maintenance, to marketing.
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