Take a step towards profitable yet sustainable farming with us
We know that committing to change takes courage. But regenerative farming is not a step into the unknown, but rather a return to nature. And you don't have to worry about profitability, as healthy soil yields good returns and is a sign of respect for future generations. Your buyers and end customers will appreciate your quality products and your responsible approach and new market opportunities will open up for you.
You will increase the proportion of organic matter in your soil, which will help to retain water on your land.
Healthy, chemical-free soil produces quality, award-winning food.
We'll pay you a reward for regenerative farming - the more carbon, the higher the reward.
By revitalising your soil, you'll encourage good returns while minimising diesel and chemical costs.
As the degradation of other land accelerates, your living land will increase in market value.
You'll support a diversity of soil micro-organisms, birds and insects.
Society will appreciate your efforts to be a responsible farmer.
You will contribute to solving a problem that is worrying the whole world.
Yes it is possible, but you need to incorporate principles into your system in the future that lead to the retention of as much organic matter/carbon in the soil as possible.
This situation should not arise. The increase in carbon depends on the number of principles you put in place, the more you put in place, the faster your soils will improve and the more carbon will increase.
Financial rewards are being financed by large corporations in service industries that are trying to achieve carbon neutrality but are unable to get to zero with existing technologies. Typically these are various banks, IT companies, operators, etc. These are not direct stack CO2 emitters like power or heating plants, their emissions are regulated by emission permits.
Yes you can, you need to change to rotational managed grazing.