The Regenerative Farming Company.
Regenerative agriculture is the next generation of farming, with a wide array of benefits including increased profitability, improved farm resiliency, and better ecological outcomes. At Vayda, we are managing farms using our proprietary Regenerative Management System, and bringing regenerative products to market through Impact Marketing. By combining these efforts, Vayda simplifies the transition to regenerative farming.
What we do
Vayda’s Regenerative Management System for farm operations generates higher profitability by lowering costs and improving yields.
It consists of three parts:
- Direct operational management of farms and regenerative applications
- Precision ag tech stack
- Agronomy support from a highly experienced, hands on team
Through Impact Marketing, Vayda brings products to market with regenerative attributes, opening access to legitimate product claims, credits, and supply chain visibility for buyers.
This builds more credibility throughout the food system, meeting and exceeding the needs of assured production sourcing standards. It covers both products and their carbon footprint, allowing for products to exist with a strong background of eco attributes, inset eco services, and eco services themselves.
Regenerative agriculture delivers better outcomes in:
Regenerative farming reduces carbon emissions and increases carbon sequestration.
Healthy soil makes nutrients more available for plants, at rates that plants demand, providing more nutrition and flavor in the food produced from these plants.
With improved soil structure, more water is retained in the ground. Hence, there is less overall usage, as well as a reduction in chemical run-off and erosion.
Increased biodiversity helps pollinators thrive while suppressing weeds, pests, and diseases. This makes agriculture more productive and stable over time, increasing long term resiliency and soil life.
Regenerative farming is more profitable and improves both farmer livelihoods and the surrounding economy.
- At Vayda, we approach and develop regenerative practices for resiliency, efficiency, profitability, and productivity in our farming and food system.