Has anyone worked with Indigoag or Nori for carbon credits? If so did it work out?
UPDATE....see my post from 4 months ago....My tune has changed after reading some of your replies.
Run, don't walk.
A while after the pre...More
We tried Indigo, it is a joke. Background: we have no tilled for tens of years, only nh3 knifed in. They aid it was $45/ac. It is not, they ...More
That's awfully dramatic. An alternative view would be that wide voluntary adoption reduces the chance that these practices become mandator...More
One thing you are doing is promoting this to become a regulation. Now consider that. Do you want to have to pay to be able to work your fiel...More
Yes, what are they going to claim for damages? The payout is towards the end of the contract. Trust me, that was something I focused on.
Does that really make sense ****? Don’t be fooled so easily.
You can exit the contracts with no penalty. At least mine is that way.
I cannot believe how many people would take a few dollars to become a slave on their own farms. Go down this path and you will no longer hav...More
You need not look any further than the technology that is used by Amazon, Google or FB. Indigo purchased Tellus labs in 2018. It is...More
We have signed multiple revisions of their “contract” over the last year. To me it felt like each revision was all about covering their butt...More
For anyone that cares Indigo is a sinister bunch of MIT and Harvard Business School criminals looking to offer farmers crumbs in exchange fo...More
We have been working with NORI through my day job and I am very impressed with the team. They are definitely of the under promise and over d...More
Sorry if this has already been said. My concern would be obligating my acres at a low price early in the game. We have wind turbines and par...More
Not surprised in the least. Guess I'm glad to hear that I'm not alone.
I have not heard of Indigo following through on any of their programs up to this point. I have talked to traders who have filled indigo con...More
I started down the carbon credit road with indigo but held off signing the final agreement as I felt it was extremely vague as to timing and...More
Companies like Wal-Mart and Microsoft want to appear greener, so they are willing to buy something from us to appease the climate creepers. ...More
Signing up don't cost nothing, you have nothing to lose. I figure if I can get some payment great, there's really no risk involved.
No risk on a contract? Every contract carries risk, hence the reason it is a contract....If you believe that, why even read it...
It seems misleading to me. When I called about it, it was explained to me that your carbon credit per acre payment is paid out over 10 years...More
I am not surprised... We raise and sell seed, but could not try their product on our seed??? Some claims as to pricing are misrepresented a...More
Also looking into Indigo's carbon program. Seems legit, but I have a lot of questions, might start by signing up a few fields to get my feet...More
I have marketed grain through them through the marketplace and is worked out quite well.
Not worked with them specifically but on other forums I haven’t heard anything positive