This panel was originally presented live at Farmer2FarmerVI in Omaha, NE.
Each of the panelists in this educational Farmer2FarmerVI session is a leader in adopting conservation practices that benefit the long term health and profitability of their farm.
In this session, they discuss both their successes and failures in implementing and monetizing regenerative practices, from trying out new equipment to optimizing cover crop usage to participating in new greenhouse gas markets. Watch the discussion to learn from each farmer’s trials, good and bad, in adopting new soil health practices.
Kurt Alles: Senior Manager, Sustainability at FBN®
Trey Hill: Harbor View Farms, Rock Hall, Maryland
Mike Neff: Decatur Co, Kansas
Jamie Scott: Pierceton, Indiana
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