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WHAT IS

Regenerative agriculture?

DISCOVER

Regenerative agriculture.

As the world becomes more aware of the impact of industrial farming on the environment, people are turning to regenerative agriculture as a solution. But what exactly is regenerative agriculture?

It’s a way of farming that works with nature rather than against it.
It goes beyond sustainability by actively improving the health of the earth.

It’s a win-win for farmers, consumers, and the planet.

WHAT IS REGENERATIVE?

degenerative

Negative impact
on the environment.

sustainable

Reduced impact
on the environment.

regenerative

Improved impact
on the environment.

beef farming

With a reduced
carbon footprint

Unlike traditional farming methods that can deplete the soil and harm the environment, regenerative farming is a nature-positive approach that actually improves the health of the land.

By using techniques like cover cropping, crop rotation, and minimal tillage, regenerative agriculture helps to rebuild soil health, promote biodiversity, and store carbon in the soil.

  1. PLANTS USE CARBON.

  2. PLANTS ABSORB CARBON & OXYGEN FROM ATMOSPHERE AS WELL AS WATER FROM SOIL TO BUILD CARBOHYDRATES.

  3. CARBOHYDRATES ARE EXUDED FROM THE PLANT ROOTS WHICH FEED SOIL MICROORGANISMS & IN RETURN RECEIVE NUTRIENTS.

  4. ATMOSPHERIC CARBON IS REMOVED & STORED IN SOIL THROUGH DECOMPOSING PLANT MATTER, & ROOT EXUDATES.

  5. CARBON IS RELEASED OUT OF SOIL VIA RESPIRATION.

making the earth healthier

One regenerative farm at a time.

OUR APPROACH TO

Soil health principles

At the heart of regenerative farming lies a simple but powerful principle: Soil health. By nurturing the health of the soil, regenerative farming helps to create a more sustainable and resilient agriculture system that benefits animals, people and planet.

Regenerative grazing management

Regenerative emphasises the importance of rotating cattle through grazing areas to allow for recovery and prevent overgrazing. By following carefully designed grazing plans and managing cattle stock rates, this method promotes grass health, improves soil health, reduces erosion, all while providing high-quality forage for our cattle.
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