August 8, 2023
Hard-working. Family. Faith. These words all describe Philip and Jane Halling, of Lancaster, Kan. They’re members of the Class of 2022 Kansas Master Farmers and Master Farm Homemakers.
The Hallings raise corn and soybeans on their farm ground in Brown County, using reduced tillage and making sure they manage their residue to give the soil the best chance at raising a good crop. Phil takes great pride in the fact he did much of the dozer work and built the majority of the gradient and tile terraces himself. They have also worked for 20 years with K-State Extension to host field trials. Phil also backgrounds some cattle through the year as a way to use hay that they raise.
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