A Nebraska Farmer Shares His Thoughts on Protecting Lands, Feeding People
By Matt Rezac, Nebraska Corn and Soybean Farmer
Just south of the mighty Platte River lie acres of
The public would be amazed at the technology and the approach that I use to make decisions in our farming operation every day. If I see a product or practice that can make a difference on my farm and makes us more efficient and sustainable, I won't hesitate to implement it in my operation.
I am only one of thousands of farm businesses adopting sustainable farming practices. Farms like mine are supported by
There are many soil changes throughout every field, and certain soils respond differently than others, so I need to treat them differently. I am farming every acre of our farm individually instead of treating it all the same. With the technology available now I am able to do just that, which makes our farm very efficient.
My farm business in
In addition to my farm,
Having partnerships will help my operation and others become more efficient and sustainable as we move forward into the future together. This is valuable to my business because
Our family farm takes advantage of the technology and innovation that makes our business more sustainable. We want to be around for our kids, their kids, and for generations after.
Kellogg Company is part of the recently launched Midwest Row Crop Collaborative, a broad-based effort to support, enhance, and accelerate the use of environmentally preferable agricultural practices already underway in
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