Capturing Carbon Across US Range & Pasturelands Undoubtedly, ranching demands immense effort and sacrifices. The increasing producer interests. However, carbon ranching presents an opportunity to acknowledge and appreciate farmer and ranchers’ contributions in more ways than one. By partnering with the right experts, carbon ranching or “carbon cropping” offers long-lasting benefits that extend beyond today’s […]
In this episode we discuss the challenges and benefits of reducing tillage and adding cover crops in the Northern half of the US. Agronomists John Pullis and Steve Hasselman share their experiences with these sustainable farming practices in the upper Midwest. After working with farmers for years through these practice changes, they offer advice through […]
We sat down with Nebraska farmer, Jim Geyer, to talk about his operation. Jim is a fourth generation family farmer located in Madison County, NE. Watch as he talks about the conservation practices (no-till) on his farm and how they are impacting his legacy, profitability and sustainability goals. “It’s important to me to carry on […]
In this article from Seed World magazine, Agoro Carbon’s Regional Sales Manager Jerry Stephens highlights how farmers can benefit from the carbon market. “I don’t sell anything to producers, I can only buy carbon credits,” says Agoro Carbon Alliance Regional Sales Manager, Jerry Stephens. “Right now, the methodology for creating carbon credits is where Agoro Carbon is […]
There are inherent challenges with introducing new conservation practices on any farm. Whether it is in a corn, soybean or wheat field or others, these challenges may be the same or they may be unique, depending on a variety of factors. When an additional layer of constraint is added to these systems, the challenge can […]
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EsvVpDDJQds Watch third generate dryland wheat farmer, Devin Moon, explain why he choose to get his farm involved with the Agoro Carbon carbon cropping program.
Most of the regenerative farming practices are not new, but are back in the spotlight and part of carbon credit programs. Can legacy conservationists – who have been carbon farming for many years already – still benefit from the carbon markets? As an agronomist, I advise them the following: I hear a lot of frustration […]
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YBFA-UEq6W8 Farmer, Devin Moon, shares his perspective on conservation ag practices and how he’s taking action towards a more profitable and sustainable future for his business.
No-Till: How To Successfully Make the Transition Transitioning to no-till on your farm might seem challenging, but the experiences from many farmers show the opposite. However, it is good to be aware of the changes expected. Here we touch on some of the main changes that come with no-till farming and things to consider. Transitioning to […]
Steve Hasselman covers some tips for the successful adoption of new farming practices based on his experience as a farmer and agronomist.