Regenerative Agriculture

What is it?
Regenerative agriculture is a holistic approach to farming &land management that focuses on rebuilding soil health, increasing biodiversity, and restoring ecosystem function.

What are the benefits?
Regenerative agriculture practices can improve soil fertility, sequester carbon, enhance water retention, boost crop yields, and support thriving local economies and communities. Reducing & eliminating the need for inputs, means profits increase year on year.

Who is it for?
Regenerative agriculture is designed for farmers, ranchers, and land managers who want to transition away from conventional, extractive practices towards more sustainable and restorative methods of food and fiber production.

Description

For Curious Minds 🧠

Business Type

Minimum Land Use

Investment

Revenue

Net

ROI

Time
Period

Water Use

Microgreens

40 m2

4000

71000

49000

1225.00%

2 Months

8.35 m3

Mushroom Cultivation

75 m2

17000

55000

44000

258.82%

1 year

24.99 m3

Tree Nursery

305 m2

9000

75000

54000

600.00%

2-3 Years

49 m3

Market Garden

2405 m2

28000

52000

46000

164.29%

2-3 months

412.8 m3

Tree Crops

17000 m2

28000

75000

65000

232.14%

3-4 years

36 m3

Pastured Broilers (Chickens)

24664 m2

24000

74000

52000

212.50%

3 months

85.28 m3

Pastured Layers (Chickens)

48000 m2

11000

109000

56000

509.09%

3 months

143.5 m3

Forest Raised Pigs

60000 m2

13000

68000

49000

384.62%

10 months

600.4 m3

Pastured Turkeys

82500 m2

19000

79000

52000

273.68%

2 monthss

50.745 m3

Pastured Veal

140000 m2

22000

82000

42000

190.91%

9 months

370 m3

Pastured Micro-Dairy

250000 m2

46000

76000

49000

106.52%

1 year

728 m3

Pastured Beef

550000 m2

 

82000

44000

**

2 years

1263 m3

Pastured Lamb

600000 m2

34000

112000

45000

132.35%

1 year

513.4 m3

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