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TOMAHAWK, Wis. – “I started going to Marathon County pasture walks when I was still hooked on conventional farming,” Tom Daigle said. “Because our set-up was a dairy in the 1980s I have all these silos including a Harvestore; now they’re all sitting empty.”

BLANCHARDVILLE, Wis. – Mike Berg credits his love for conservation to his father, Byron Berg. His father was an early adopter of contour-strip farming as well as no-till. The father-and-son team also constructed diversions on about 100 acres to channel rainwater so it would flow at a slower …

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