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    We got started with some cover crops maybe four or five of five years ago. We thought it was the best move for our farm to try to raise our soil health, our soil fertility, and try to get it to where we're gonna be able to grow better yields and be more productive as a farmer.

    Lance Unger | Indiana Farmer

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    Using the Indigo seed treatments, we hit our first 100/bu soybeans an acre milestone. It was about a 20/bu acre increase over our other acres. Hitting this milestone is a big deal here and something I’ve never been able to do.

    Hollis Mankin | Southeast AR


    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.

    Indigo Wheat Grower | Barber County, KS


    I was averaging 60 bushels per acre where I’m normally at 40-43. The difference is so drastic between Indigo and non-Indigo wheat that the hands running the combine called me to tell me that they thought something was wrong with the meters on the fields.

    Jason Streit | Vernon, TX


    I was able to apply less fungicide to my rice crop this year because of the Indigo treatment.

    John W. Garrett III | Provident City, TX


    We've bagged a lot of bushels of grain this year and that gave me the opportunity to use the Indigo Marketplace. I get on there daily, and almost daily, they're sending me new bids.

    Jeremy Butler | Macksville, KS


    I like the idea of conservation and stewardship. We now see some value and some other incentives that are helping us to progress even faster with that. If we can make improvements this year that'll last five years, that's great. If we can make improvements next year that'll last a lifetime, that's even better.

    Greg Baltz | Arkansas


    Our biggest hurdle was changing our mindset from farming out of a chemical jug to working with Mother Nature to do the work.

    Matt & Kelly Griggs | Tennessee


    We just need to change our mindset and utilize what the earth gives us in agriculture. More carbon in the soil will create healthy soils, bring back the biology, and create a more resilient system. And while we are at it, we can help save the earth.

    Mike Bretz | Iowa


    We want to make sure we are here for many more generations. We do this by striving to always take care of the land.

    Kasey Bryant Bamberger | Ohio Farmer


    I was averaging 60 bushels per acre where I’m normally at 40-43. The difference is so drastic between Indigo and non-Indigo wheat that the hands running the combine called me to tell me that they thought something was wrong with the meters on the fields. The Indigo Monument is by far the best wheat I have ever harvested, and the custom harvesters I work with say that it is the best wheat in my area – hands down.

    Jason Streit | Vernon, TX


    The problem that we needed to address was soil conservation and keeping our top soil in the fields. We turned to no-till to do that. A lot of it is just taking care of the land, making sure there's something here for the next generation and just improving upon what we've got because we've got really great resources in this country and we need to conserve them or improve them.

    Quinn Johnson | Nebraska Farmer

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    Seeing the microbial seed treatment work on our tougher soil types gives me peace of mind knowing that we have an advantage to make it through the tougher times.

    Will Tipton | Arkansas Farmer

    Indigo has given us the opportunity and support to improve our land and our income. As the carbon credit market expands, our income can keep growing with increasing carbon prices and our increasing carbon impact, because we're not just getting paid for our practice changes. We're getting paid top dollar for what we're accomplishing. We’re only getting started, and the income potential is a huge incentive for us to expand these practices.

    CHRIS LEHE, Farmer in Brookston, IN with 4,000 acres enrolled in Carbon by Indigo

    Hear from roles across agriculture

    From grain buyers to sustainable companies to carriers, roles across agriculture are addressing their needs with Indigo solutions.

    Grain buyers are digitally connecting to more farmers on Market+

    Leverage technology that enables grain buyers to solve their growing business challenges.

    The grain merchandising industry is rapidly going through a digital transition, and we are deeply invested in ensuring farmers come out on top. As an independent partner, Indigo is uniquely positioned to put the best technology expertise to work for the benefit of the industry. The value and efficiencies that Market+ offers [...] provide a premier resource to help navigate market changes and monetize new opportunities to the fullest.

    Matt Carstens, President and CEO of Landus

    Companies are unlocking agriculture to meet their ESG goals

    Support farmers adopting climate-friendly farming practices and source carbon credits for your company.

    We have had a longstanding attention to environmental stewardship because we know that our collective success depends on it. We’ve been waiting to be able to funnel money towards carbon neutral certification in a way that builds value for our farmers’ businesses. That wasn’t possible until Indigo Ag’s verification standard was approved. It gives us a market mechanism to drive revenue to farmers and helps all of us to succeed.

    Katie Wallace, Director of Social & Environmental Impact at New Belgium Brewing

    Collaborating with leading ag retailers on Biologicals


    Our farmers are looking for options like biotrinsic® so they can feel confident starting the season. We’ve seen strong performance from these biologicals on our demo plots - the crops produced are healthier and more resilient. It’s been great to partner with Indigo, and we’re excited to see the portfolio continue to grow

    George Harris | co-owner of Xceleration Ag, Illinois


    We believe that the Indigo seed treatment line is a great value add for our seed customers here in Oklahoma. Anything that we can offer to help offset the adverse conditions thrown our way is advantageous.

    Joe Caughlin | Caughlin Seed

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