Building Soil Health with Cover Crops

Feb 17, 2009

Please register before Friday, February 13, 2009
Call 385-6633 – Gladstone MAFRI GO Centre

Presented by KEN MILLER – Bismarck, North Dakota

Ken is the technician for the Burleigh County Soil Conservation District. Ken Miller along with his wife Bonnie own and operate a 2000 acre ranch in Morton County, North Dakota. They have utilized an intensive rotational grazing system for over 20 years. At the present time the Miller’s are switching to a custom grazing operation with an intensive rotational system on irrigated pastures. They have been no tilling for the past 7 years and have been
growing cover crops since 2006 for grazing. Ken also works full time for the Burleigh County Soil Conservation District. His duties are working with producers on grazing systems, no till and cover crops.

Personal notes: Bonnie and Ken have raised 5 children. Ken belongs to the Missouri Slope Irrigation Development Association, and a mentor with the ND Grazing Lands Coalition. Ken enjoys time with family, especially grandchildren, hunting and traveling.