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Economics of Soil Health Systems on Tennessee Farms
Healthy soils are good for farms and the environment. However, investing in soil health is also a business decision. The Soil Health Institute and Cargill conducted a project to provide farmers with the economic information they need when deciding whether to adopt soil health practices and systems. The Institute interviewed 100 farmers in 9 states who have adopted soil health systems and used partial budget analysis to evaluate their economics. This webinar will present results for the 10 farms assessed in Tennessee.

Registration is free but required. The webinar will be recorded so those who register will receive a link to the recording, along with a Fact Sheet describing the study’s results.

Economics of Soil Health Systems on Tennessee Farms is supported through the generosity of Cargill.

I understand that this is a virtual event. By registering for this event, I acknowledge that I may be part of a video/audio production. I hereby grant permission to the Soil Health Institute to use any captured image of myself as well as my voice recorded during their event in its publicity, promotion for soil health, and/or education.

Apr 1, 2021 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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