Maximizing Profitability on Highly Erodible Lan...

Maximizing Profitability on Highly Erodible Land in Iowa

Maximizing Profitability on Highly Erodible Land in Iowa

Options in grass may be the most profitable for CRP land when the long term cost of erosion is considered. Get the details on six income options: CRP, two rotational grazing options, two crop options (rotational corn/soybean), and alfalfa/orchard grass hay.

Want more information? See the related SARE grant(s) LNC06-271, Working Alternatives to Re-cropping Marginal Lands .

Product specs
Year: 2010
Length: 2 Pages
Author(s): Chris Nelson, Bill Riley, Brian Peterson, and Michael Duffy
Location: North Central | Iowa
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