Sustainable Solutions session: The triple bottom line, sponsored by UPL
Businesses the world over recognise that greater returns come from aligning economic, social and environmental interests. Farming is no different. Healthy profits that flow from fully integrating productivity and environmental measures - driven by highly skilled and motivated teams - mark out winning arable businesses.
Now is the time to review your business and costs to adapt to the changing economic and environmental climate. George Badger, partner at Ceres Rural, looks at where arable businesses can fine-tune and adapt to the new challenges and opportunities.
The Allerton Project at Loddington Estate is home to progressive research, and practices, that aim to produce high quality food whilst protecting wildlife and the environment. Farms Director, Phil Jarvis sums up the approach that this 800ha arable business approach is taking to deliver a healthy bottom line as farming subsidies shrink.
- A motivated and skilled team, the use of robust science and technology complement Poul Hoveson’s regenerative approach across more than 5,000ha of highly productive cropping in Norfolk and Poland.