Switching to Wildfarmed’s pasture cropping system to improve soil, biodiversity and carbon footprint
Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
Waddesdon Estate is switching half their wheat rotation to Wildfarmed’s pasture cropping system with the aim of improving soil fertility, biodiversity and reducing their carbon footprint. The system is being rolled out UK-wide and expected to have many benefits for farmers and the environment, while improving the quality of food on our plates.
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