Posted on Dec 29, 2014
Michael Herrmann, a producer from Kinsley, Kan., has witnessed the value of growing grain sorghum. In fact, sorghum left its mark on Herrmann when it became his main cash crop.
Herrmann has always produced an array of dryland crops utilizing no-till methods due to water constraints. As a result, grain sorghum has made it into his cropping system during the 44 years he has been in the business, but it wasn’t until three years ago he decided to try something new.