Carbon Capture through Regenerative Farming

Croptec Show “Cultivating resilience: farming in a changing climate”

We are proud to have been asked to speak at this years, Croptec Show “Cultivating resilience: farming in a changing climate”. Will Goff will be part of the panel for the lunch time debate “Making the case for regenerative agriculture: Does it stack up on farm?”.

“This is a great platform for us to share our practical experiences that we have gained over the years of practising regenerative farming for over a decade”.

Foxburrow Farm had to dramatically change farming systems in 2010 to become ‘drought tolerant’ and try to utilise water catchment in a more sensitive way. Since then, the business has transitioned to an Australian system called Controlled Traffic Farming to help achieve this and are focused on improving the soil’s organic content by utilising livestock and cover crops within the arable rotation.

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We are always keen too share what works well for us.
In our opinion the benefits of no-till farming are numerous and far outnumber those of tillage-based systems.
Cover crops make 100% sense to us, a field with something growing even weeds is enriching the soil and capturing carbon, a brown ploughed field is doing no good to anything.