Came Farms Inc X Nori

Came Farms, West Shipton Road, Salina, Kansas, USA

Regenerate the Earth

We have always worked hard to be at the front edge of conservative/regenerative farming practices. We began experimenting with no-till in the early nineties and by 2002 had converted all of our acres to no-till. With no-till, came the ability to graze our cattle on the corn and sorghum stalks after harvest, which we continue to do today. In 2016, we began to utilize variable rate, at first with fertilizer, but later using variable rate for seeding as well.
Country: United States
Status: Operational
Type: Organic Soil Carbon

Bayer Carbon Program X Nori

USA

Regenerate the Earth

The Bayer Carbon Program is a simple, straightforward program for farmers to enroll in and get paid for implementing carbon-smart farming practices. These farmers are stewards of the land who have implemented sustainable agriculture practices — practices that sequester carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and store it in the soil.
Country: United States
Status: Operational
Type: Organic Soil Carbon

PT Ranch LLC X Nori

PT Ranch, Cook Road, Ione, California, USA

Regenerate the Earth

No-till, compost application, hedgerow establishment, prescribed grazing, pollinator habitat, range planting, silvopasture.
Country: United States
Status: Operational
Type: Organic Soil Carbon

Wausa Farm X Nori

Township 29 N, Range 2 W, Knox County, Nebraska

Regenerate the Earth

Until 2011, the farm had been farmed in the traditional method of plowing, discing, harrowing, planting, cultivating, and then harvesting. In 2011, the Cunninghams gave up their farming activities and leased the land to Roger Blunck. Roger suggested to the Cunninghams that they consider “no-till” farming. The Cunninghams agreed. The farm has been farmed continuously since that year by Roger, and his son, Matt, utilizing “no-till.” Upon our purchase of the land, we leased the land to Roger and Matt, and they have continued the “no-till” practice on the farm. Since 2020, we have added cover crops to the land. We are considering incorporating a small grain crop into the traditional corn soybean rotation. The advantage of “no-till” is in the utilization of the decomposition of the previous year’s crop residue into the soil increasing the health of the soil. Healthy soil increases the activity of earthworms in the soil helping with moisture retention in the soil. Also, the residue, and the additional crop cover, help with soil erosion during periods of heavy rainfall. For so long as we own this farm, we will continue with the “no-till” farming operation to promote the health of the soil and to assist in the annual crop production.
Country: United States
Status: Operational
Type: Organic Soil Carbon

Mark, Amy, Lance and Bria Dobson X Nori

Lexington, MO, USA

Regenerate the Earth

We began no-till in the mid 90’s and continued the practice since. Then in 2015, we started incorporating cover crops with no-till to further prevent erosion. Since then, we have been experimenting with best cover crop practices and have now incorporated on almost all acres. In 2019 we started incorporating livestock into our crop acres.
Country: United States
Status: Operational
Type: Organic Soil Carbon

Miltrim Farms Inc X Nori

Miltrim Farm Inc, West Townline Road, Athens, WI, USA

Regenerate the Earth

We started experimenting with cover crops and reduced tillage over 8 years ago. Over the years, we have continued to experiment with new and better ways to apply covers, manage soil health, and create a better growing environment to support the important crops we grow and use to feed our cows.
Country: United States
Status: Operational
Type: Organic Soil Carbon

Jeremy Muff and Chad Muff X Nori

Dunlap, Iowa, USA

Regenerate the Earth

Muff Corp has made numerous operational changes in the last decade for the betterment of their land. A large change was shifting to no till corn and soybeans, including corn on corn, drastically changing their historical tillage practices. In 2015 the farm adapted application of plant food in replacement of old fertilizer practices, creating more emphasis on regenerative fertilizer practices. In addition, the farm now uses numerous species of cover crop practices, grazing cattle on corn stalks and stover to assist with residue management and in turn spread cattle manure as a source of fertilizer and most recently began variable rate seeding practices with technology advancements.
Country: United States
Status: Operational
Type: Organic Soil Carbon

Kipp Fehr X Nori

Cylinder, Iowa, USA

Regenerate the Earth

Strip tillage and some cover crops
Country: United States
Status: Operational
Type: Organic Soil Carbon

Simpson Family Trust X Nori

Fostoria, Clay County, IA, USA

Regenerate the Earth

Went to vertical tillage in 2015 and started using chicken manure the same year.
Country: United States
Status: Operational
Type: Organic Soil Carbon

Al Giese Farms X Nori

Spirit Lake, IA, USA

Regenerate the Earth

Started to vertical till in 2016 and no till soybeans in 2015 and will keep the same practices in the future.
Country: United States
Status: Operational
Type: Organic Soil Carbon