Updated: Feb 6
Regenerative farming is a term coined in the 1980s that aims to improve soil health, reverse climate change by expanding biodiversity, improving the water cycle, increasing organic matter in soil structure, and transferring carbon from the atmosphere to the soil. It also lays the foundation for raising antibiotic free livestock.
We don't use chemical pesticides, we rotate livestock, compost, and practice agroecology and agroforestry.
Most importantly, we rotate livestock and this mimics the natural grazing patterns of animals and ensures that the land has sufficient time to regenerate between grazing periods.
This is a game changer for improving pasture conditions which is crucial to raising happy and healthy livestock.