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Soil Health Incentive 

Th Rosebud Conservation District is looking for producers who are seeking diversity in no-till cropping systems.

The Rosebud Conservation District

will fund the actual seed and seeding cost up to

$20 per acre up to 20 acres or $400 per producer

within the conservation district boundaries


The purpose of this incentive is to encourage the utilization of cover crops in no-till cropping systems.  The proper cover crop will economically control erosion, reduce runoff, increase organic matter, break up crop disease patterns, cycle deep nutrient and can also be used for haying and/or grazing.  


Responsibilities of the producer are to prepare a weed free seed bed, note all important observations, agree to tours and news articles and provide information regarding fertilizer techniques.  A requirement of the cost share agreement is that seed mixtures consist of at least three varieties of seed in the cover crop planting.

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