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Dannon Announces Breakthrough Commitment for Sustainable Agriculture

by Business Wire on April 27, 2016

Dannon commits to offer products coming from a more sustainable agriculture by working with its dairy farmer partners and their suppliers to progressively implement the use of sustainable agriculture practices and technology that leads to better soil health, better water management, an increase in biodiversity, and a decrease in carbon emission.

Crop Yields Expand, but Nutrition Is Left Behind

by Worldwatch Institute on April 15, 2015

Farmers today can grow two to three times as much grain, fruit, and vegetables on a plot of land as they could 50 years ago, but the nutritional quality of many crops has declined...

Whole Foods Produce Ranking System

by AP News on Oct. 15, 2014

Whole Foods plans to start rolling out a system that ranks fruits and vegetables as "good," ''better" or "best" based on the supplier's farming practices...

Signs of Drought Squeeze Economy in Thailand

by NY Times on Oct 5, 2014

In a country with seven million farming households, mostly small landholders, the water shortage will affect the poorer segment of the population...

Smithfield Foods Collaborate to Reduce Fertilizer Runoff

by TriplePundit May 28th, 2014

The Environmental Defense Fund is collaborating with Smithfield Foods and its livestock production subsidiary, Murphy-Brown LLC, to help farmers optimize fertilizer application on livestock grain. More efficient application of fertilizer leads to a reduction in greenhouse gas emissions and water pollution...

Wal-Mart pushes plan to reduce fertilizer

by USA Today on March 16, 2014

Retail giant Wal-Mart could hold a key to reducing water pollution while making agriculture production more efficient in a program that conservationists and agricultural groups are touting as a "win-win"...

For the first time the cows could not keep up with the growth and this year we will have hay to cut from these fields.

Rhonda & Don

Richton, MS

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