Wayne Fredericks says he isn’t a poster child for conservation.
But the 63-year-old farmer near Osage is willing to test ideas, gather data about the results, and see what works best in the field.
“Farmers have been real hungry for data,” said Fredericks, a farmer participating in the Rock Creek watershed improvement project in north-central Iowa. “They want to know what these practices are going to do and how they will affect yields and the bottom line. Will it be something that’s cost-effective?”
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