Carbon Farming Delivers A New Revenue Stream
Soil health practices are proven to increase profitability. With Agoro Carbon, they can also generate carbon credits that add a new revenue stream for your farm or ranch nationwide.
Benefits of Soil Health Improvement
As soil health improves, farmers see long-term operational improvements.
Reduced input costs
Reduced labor and fuel costs
Improved nutrient availability
Increased resilience to extreme weather
Biodiversity and better water quality
Agoro Carbon Turns Soil Health Practices Into Real Income
Adopt one more of the below practices to your farm and see ROI from both carbon credits and the long term benefits of improved soil health. Ranchers and cattle producers, learn about our options for carbon credits on your pasture and range here.
Reducing or eliminating tillage keeps carbon in your fields, and cuts down costs
Total Value$49.57 per acre*
Cover crops improve soil health, and also help keep carbon “locked-in”
Total Value$30.18 per acre*
Optimized use of chemical fertilizers
Total Value$10.00 per acre*
Why You Should Join the Agoro Carbon Alliance
What makes Agoro Carbon different from other carbon programs? We put farmers at the center of our program.
Guaranteed annual payments, over the entire contract duration. Additional variable payments based on verified carbon results, paid in three intervals
Greater payments during years 1-3 to compensate for practice implementation risks during the first seasons
Minimum price guarantee of $16.50/carbon credit, and Agoro Carbon matches competitive price increases
Dedicated service to support you in the transition to conservation practices, with no obligation to purchase other products or services
Long-Term Impact on Profitability
Improving soil health practices through the Agoro Carbon Alliance will make you more profitable in the long term.
Net Return (%)
Note: Fields in program compared to average field profitability
What Others Are Saying About Agoro Carbon Alliance
"The challenges we face with changing to more sustainable farming practices is that it's a steep learning curve. Agoro incentivizes us to adopt practices that we know are best for the farm, but come with financial challenges. In doing what's best for the farm, it's going to preserve the soil, and the soil health, long term."