Farming Green

- A systematic approach to regenerative soil health.
- Building biomass by maximizing cover crop performance.
- Planting your cash crop into a living and growing cover crop.
- Utilizing no-till practices to minimize microbial destruction.

Want to learn how to farm green? Contact us to learn how to utilize these practices on your farm!


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Regenerative Organic

By farming organic regenerative, we utilize cover crops to alleviate compaction and act as our main weed suppressor while building carbon and relinquishing nitrogen to your cash crop. The number one driving factor of our farm is building soil health. In order to continually build soil health we are reducing fuel and synthetic fertilizers.
When you take farming green and incorporate that with building human health, it is a natural fit to move into regenerative organic farming. Want more information? Contact us today!

"If you're not uncomfortable with what you're doing, then you're not trying hard enough to change."
-Rick Clark

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Consulting Services:

Our goal at Farm Green Consulting is to demonstrate how to establish regenerative farming practices on your farm. These practices include cover crops, no-till, chemical and fertilizer management, along with reduction of inputs and transitioning to regenerative organic farming. Listed is a description of what we offer. 

Regenerative. Organic. Stewardship. Education.
This program is an introduction to Cover Crops and No-Till, while incorporating the reduction of inputs. You will learn how to incorporate farming green, and regenerative organic farming practices on your farm. Rick will teach you everything you need to know, and how to get started. Rick will also demonstrate how to incorporate cattle into your farming operation. 

Contact Us with questions or inquiries! 

Opportunities with Rick

- Round Table Discussions
- Panel Speaking
- Zoom Presentations
- Keynote Addresses 
- Phone Consultations
- Email Inquiries


Roll Crimping Alfalfa

We are demonstrating how we no-till plant corn into standing alfalfa, then roll crimp it 4 days later. 


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