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PRACTICES & EQUIPMENT: Farmers who attend the Aug. 14 field day at the Ryberg farm near Buffalo Lake will learn about side-dressing strip-till corn and interseeding cover crops,

Learn latest in conservation practices at 4R field day

The 4R Technology Review Field Day will be held Aug. 14 at Ryberg Farms.

Farmers, agronomists and others interested in nutrient management and innovative conservation are invited to a free 4R Technology Review Field Day on Aug. 14 at Ryberg Farms near Buffalo Lake, Minn.

Hosted by the Minnesota Agricultural Water Resource Center in partnership with The Mosaic Co., Environmental Tillage Systems, New Leader Manufacturing, The Fertilizer Institute and other industry leaders, this free event will provide attendees:

  • Information on 4R practices
  • Research and technology sessions
  • Demonstrations

Brian and Sandy Ryberg, owners of Ryberg Farms, are recognized leaders in incorporating reduced tillage, cover crops and precision fertilizer management to improve soil structure and minimize impacts to water resources while maintaining productivity.

The field day will also include a stop at the nearby Discovery Farms water monitoring site at Joe and Adam Griebie’s family farm. The Griebies are participants in Discovery Farms, a multistate, on-farm water research program administered by MAWRC.

The event will be held Aug. 14 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Ryberg Farms, 16659 667th Ave., Buffalo Lake, MN.

RSVPs are requested to facilitate with planning and to get a head count for the free lunch. Send an email RSVP to

Event details are available online.

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