The Practical Blog › Single Post

On-Farm, Episode 014: Chris Teachout

Chris Teachout (left)

This week on the show, we had Chris Teachout, who farms near Shenandoah in southwest Iowa with his wife Janenne. Chris is a fifth-generation farmer, and he and his family have been using conservation practices on their farm since the mid-80s. He raises corn, soybeans and small grains, and has been using no-till practices for over 20 years. Ultimately, his goal is to regenerate his soil with cover crops and biology. On this show, we talk with Chris about how he got started with cover crops, what soil health is, and what he hopes people will learn at his field day.

Subscribe: iTunes | Stitcher | Google Play Music

On August 29th, Chris will host a field day on his farm, where the soil scientist Jill Clapperton will speak about soil regeneration and soil health.  The event is free for members of Practical Farmers of Iowa – you can find more information and RSVP at this link.

Comments are closed.