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Intercropping Lets Farmers Do More with Less

It’s interesting how many farmers adopting regenerative agricultural practices, like intercropping and cover crops, are either downsizing their operations, thinking about downsizing or have taken the pressure off in terms of looking for more high-priced land to expand (either to buy or rent).

Three producers on a panel at an Intercropping Workshop in Brandon, Manitoba, last November each talked about the fact that they had reduced input costs, achieved more yield per acre and were better managing risk by adopting intercropping and other regenerative practices on their farms.

This is a two part series.

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