This year my Indigo Wheat yielded 51 bushels per acre. I had a comparison right next to it that was 40 bushels per acre. We had only around 10 inches of rain, and our average is up around 20.
We see the separation between farmers and the general public continuously growing, and at Majestic Milling we want to change that. We want to give our customers what they are looking for, whether that be feed made of organic, non-GM, or identity-preserved grain. It has been hard to source these grains at a pace that matches our rapid growth. I believe that Indigo Marketplace has the potential to help us secure a supply of high quality, specialty grain.
At Grain Craft, we care about our flour — the quality, the way it’s produced, and the farmers who produce it. We are partnering with Indigo to produce traceable and sustainable flour at scale.