Clinton County Farm Bureau

April Cover Crop and Forage Plot Update

Now in their sixth year participating in the Nutrient Stewardship Grant Program, Clinton County Farm Bureau (CFB)
is continuing to provide numerous education and outreach opportunities, primarily focused on manure management,
cover crops, and soil health. In April 2021, they partnered with IFB to share a spring update from the cover crop and
forage plot, providing a full scope of the various activities taking place at Clinton CFB member Mark Litteken’s farm and
throughout the county. They will also host an in-person field day on July 27th to further cover various nutrient
stewardship practices taking place through their Nutrient Stewardship Grant project.

Certified Crop Advisors can receive self-reported Continuing Education Units (CEUs) after watching the videos for each of
these virtual field days. For more information, and to find the self-reporting form, visit and
click “Self-Report CEUs.”

July Field Day content coming soon!

Field Day highlights

Watch the full event

Table of Contents

00:10: Cliff Schuette, Schuette Seeds and Mark Litteken, Host Farmer

20:00: Tyler Voss, Certified Crop Specialist, Gateway FS

29:07: Terry Wyciskalla, Certified Crop Advisor and Blake Remmert, Nutrient Stewardship Intern, Clinton County Farm Bureau