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For a practice to qualify as sustainable, it needs to be both productive and profitable while also enhancing the quality and abundance of our natural resources, as well as improving the quality of life for our families and communities.


These aspects encompass biodiversity, soil health, ecological pest management, and water conservation.

At Morning Star Farms, we adhere to various sustainability practices including:

  • Implementing cover crops to prevent soil erosion.

  • Employing crop rotation to maintain nutrient balance in the soil.

  • Utilizing rotational grazing, which allows corn stalk residue to be converted into natural fertilizer.

  • Regularly evaluating soil quality and selecting appropriate crops and seeds accordingly.

  • Investing in equipment that enables the effective utilization of organic matter.

  • Utilizing natural fertilizer and manure to reduce the reliance on synthetic fertilizers.

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