Yockeys see big benefits from cover crops

If you drive north from Highway 34 on K Road, all the fields are bare in their typical after-harvest state, but if you go a little farther you will run into a unique sea of green vegetation on either side of the road.
“People always ask us if those are weeds,” Tom Yockey said. “Then they notice they look too uniform to be weeds.”
John Yockey, along with sons Dan and Tom, started using cover crops in their fields three years ago.
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