What is regenerative agriculture?

Regenerative agriculture farming practices are proven to sequester Earth warming carbon from the atmosphere. These practices are rooted in improving the health of our soil. Regenerative agriculture not only pulls carbon out of the atmosphere and puts it back into the soil where plants thrive on it, it also improves crop yields, naturally reduces pests, and increases biodiversity. Pretty cool, huh?

Better For Farmers

increased crop yields

reduced water usage

fair price for crops

fewer pests

Better For You

more nutritious food supply

healthier communities

clean water

clean air

Better For Our Planet

reduces carbon from atmosphere

reduces nitrogen from water supplies

increases biodiversity of ecosystems

humane animal treatment

How do we take 99% of conventional agriculture and push it in the right direction?

Regenerative certification takes years and is an arduous and expensive process, which might not make it worth the risk for 99% of our agricultural producers to take the first step towards regenerative ag. Quinn’s Be Better. Do Better.™ Mission provides an opportunity to for farmers to try something new in improving the health of their crop’s soil and integrate the crop into our supply chain. Here’s how it works:

  1. Transparency. Get the conversation started with our Farm-to-Bag questionnaire.
  2. Identify the opportunity. Set intentions and goals.
  3. Integration. Plan and build timeline to integrate crop into Quinn’s supply chain.

Are you a farmer? Reach out.

Our Projects

Sorghum

In June of 2020, we planted 85 acres of sorghum using regenerative ag practices on Tucker Farms in Western Nebraska. The sorghum will then be harvested and trialed to be used in our pretzels.

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