Eric and Sheila Hasselstrom of Winchester Ridge Farms are experimenting with new farming methods to help improve soil health, crop quality and their bottom line. Here's Sheila with an interesting perspective on onions. Speaker2: I brought in a semi load of onions the other day. The great thing about onions is they're like 80% water. So when it's so hot like this, it really helps cut down on our water use also. And the other great thing about onions is their skin is like the nutrition quality of barley. And so you're kind of giving these lambs a little boost and give them a little grain and helping them continue to grow even though we're in dry conditions. Speaker1: Here's Eric. Speaker3: Three years ago in the spring, I started using this bioactive emissions technology. The exhaust from the tractor comes into this fusion tank that comes out of these tanks, goes back these tubes underneath the tractor, all the way back to the drill and goes through the cyclones, blows all this steam right into the fan on the drill. This drill is 56ft long. So all the steam is going back through all that. We've also got a liquid tank. I put liquid biostimulants on. There's a lot of stuff going on. The system has been pretty failsafe. There's been some things that have had to work on. And just like anything else, another thing that you're trying to do different, you've just got to learn through the whole deal. Speaker1: So interesting and inspiring from Eric and Sheila doing regenerative farming.