From Our Graduates

Macauley writes: “This is a picture of my family in one of our soybean fields. This field has no fertilizers, fungicides, or pesticides on it. We let annual weeds grow very large, and then we planted our soybeans into a big biomass of annual ryegrass, foxtail, vetch, Johnson grass, and pigweeds on June 12th at 150,000 seeds per acres. With the Regenerative Mindset we actually encourage weeds during our rotation, in between our cash crops. The way I look at it, it’s ‘nature’s free cover crop.’”

Young farmer sees hope in regenerative ag future
Macauley Kincaid is a 25-year-old farmer with a simple goal: 
“We want to make it. We want to be successful,” he says.  Read more