After two dry growing seasons behind us it’s probably not a priority in some mind but I’ve been looking into tile drainage on my farm. I know it’s not something that happens overnight and needs major planning and involves a big investment. Has anyone done any and what do they think they saw in benefits as far as crop yield and more timeless in getting in the land. I farm very flat land and have reasonable surface drainage but constantly see the ridges out yield the lower spots even in the dryer years. In wet years it can be very depressing waiting for fields to dry enough to get to. A few questions. What happens with the surface drainage already in place. Should the tile lines run across these. How deep to be safe from crushing by equipment. How close are people putting their tile lines for which soil type. When is a sock needed over the tile.any other advice very welcome. Thanks.