Red clover is a reliable cover crop when under-seeded or frost-seeded into a small grain, and it can provide benefits such as N fixation, weed control and summer forage. On February 4, hear from Roger Wenning as he describes his experience over the last decade frost seeding red clover into his winter wheat and winter barley. Roger will talk through how red clover is established, hayed, and chemically terminated on his farm and the benefits he sees for other crops in his rotation.

Roger Wenning farms in Decatur County, Indiana on roughly 900 acres with his family. The Wennings raise corn, soybeans, wheat, hay and have a small herd of feeder calves. They use cover crops and no-till on all their acres and have a tiling and excavation business.