Soil health practices could pay off with new marketing program

FBN launches Gradable to pair grain buyers with farmers using carbon-capturing practices


Regenerative practices can pay off long term by building organic matter and improving soil health, but they could also bring a premium for your grain as companies look for raw ingredients that are sustainably grown.


A new program of Sioux Falls-based Farmers Business Network (FBN) is connecting farmers who use regenerative methods with buyers that will pay them a premium... Read more at Lincoln Journal Star.

Original article by Janelle Atyeo, Tri-State Neighbor Editor for Lincoln Journal Star.

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