Idaho family farming operation invests in soil probiotic technology for organic potato production

2020-12-18T15:10:08-05:00

Like many small family farms, Eli and Jarom Hubbard, owners of Hubbard Ranch in Grace, Idaho, transitioned to growing organically last year in an effort to provide more sustainably grown food to their customers. But with less than favorable results in their first season, mainly due to weather, they knew they needed to make cost-effective adjustments.

Idaho family farming operation invests in soil probiotic technology for organic potato production2020-12-18T15:10:08-05:00

North American farmers profit as consumers pressure food business to go green

2020-12-04T12:47:02-05:00

Beer made from rice grown with less water, rye planted in the off-season and the sale of carbon credits to tech firms are just a few of the changes North American farmers are making as the food industry strives to go green.

North American farmers profit as consumers pressure food business to go green2020-12-04T12:47:02-05:00

Selling carbon credits from U.S. farms

2020-11-16T15:16:23-05:00

Selling agricultural carbon credits is now a reality for U.S. farmers as Shopify prepares to finalize its initial high-volume purchase through Nori’s carbon removal marketplace. Upon completion, financial compensation will be delivered to noted Midwest row crop grower, Kelly Garrett, who is enrolled in CarbonNOW — a program developed by Locus Agricultural Solutions® (Locus AG) to lead farmers through the carbon credit process and maximize earnings.

Selling carbon credits from U.S. farms2020-11-16T15:16:23-05:00