To encourage the sharing of practical no-till knowledge, Jim Leverich, No-Till Farmer’s 2022 Conservation Ag Operator Fellow, is responding to no-till questions through a new and unique online forum.

To see current questions and answers, or to enter a question, click here.

Questions are reviewed by No-Till Farmer editors and forwarded to Leverich for his answers. Farmers, as well as implement dealers looking to assist their customers, are invited to participate in this new “Ask the Operator” forum to expand practical understanding and advice.

Named No-Till Farmer's Conservation Ag Operator Fellow for 2022, Jim Leverich is a no-till farmer near Sparta, Wis. His 1,000 acre-farm has been in his family since 1864 and no-tilled since 1984. An innovator and educator, Leverich has 35-plus years of no-till and on-farm research experience, and possesses a deep, practical understanding of what makes no-till work. For his contributions while at the University of Wisconsin Cooperative Extension Service, Leverich was named the No-Till Innovator of the Year (Research & Education category) in 2006. A talented presenter and writer, Leverich was a regular guest columnist for No-Till Farmer in 2011 when it earned the Gold Medal as the nation’s top newsletter from the American Society of Business Press Editors.