The Transition to Organic Farming Is a Balancing Act

Transitioning acres on your farm to organic can present new opportunities for increasing your ROI, but making the switch is not without its challenges. Generally speaking, you can expect a 36-month transition period, the potential need for new equipment, a learning curve around new practices and increased concerns about soil health and pest threats, just to name a few.

But if you can focus on three key aspects of farming -- economics, agronomics and management -- and keep them in balance, you can position your operation to succeed once you’ve fully transitioned to farming organically.

Find out more about maintaining that all-important balance while transitioning to organic farming in this article from AgriSecure

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