Farmers Business Network To Spin Out New Venture To Track Carbon Footprints Of Crops



“Farmers deserve more opportunities to be recognized for sustainable practices,” Deshpande, 42, says. “The extra incomes and premiums could be the difference between running a profitable business and losing money.”


That’s especially true these days as the economic downturn has squeezed family farms. Corn prices have fallen to $3.50 a bushel or less, while the prices of seeds and other inputs....Read the full article at forbes.com


Original article by Amy Feldman, Senior Editor for Forbes.