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When Axten Family Farms changed their way of thinking about soil, it led to a commitment to regenerative agriculture, sustainable farming and growing nutrient-rich ingredients.
October 26, 2021
Sponsored by Axten Farms
When Tannis and Derek Axten learned about the benefits of regenerative agriculture for both human health and sustainability, it sparked a change in their way of thinking on how to get more out of their 7,000 acre Saskatchewan farm with less impact on the ecosystem. This thinking, reignited their passion for the land and the crops they grow, and spirited their quest to provide the world with the healthiest, nutrient-dense food possible.
From utilizing no-till techniques to planting cover crops, increasing crop diversity to building their own flour mill to become a vertically integrated supplier with complete traceability, Axten Family Farms has found the key to growing better, more nourishing crops while staying loyal to the soil on their treasured family land.
Read this manufacturer's download to learn about the Axtens' journey to embracing regenerative farming and how this approach has allowed them to grow nutrient-dense, high quality flavorful grains and seeds, while also creating a more sustainable system for their family, community and brands who depend on their crops.
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