The companies will work together to offer Farmers Business Network’s Gradable – a digital platform offering farm business management and sustainability data collection solutions – to 55,000 producers across North America.
ADM, one of the world’s largest grain buyers, and Farmers Business Network (FBN) signed an agreement to expand availability of FBN’s digital farm business management platform, Gradable, to ADM’s network of farmers across North America.
The Gradable platform – which connects farmer and buyer experiences into a single platform – is to enable farmers to identify areas where they can increase profitability of their operation, including measuring, reporting and verification capabilities that will allow them to participate in regenerative agriculture programs and new markets for low-carbon grain.
According to ADM and FBN farmers using the environmental scoring function of Gradable’s platform who have adopted regenerative practices, such as cover cropping, nitrogen efficiency tools, or no-till farming, have produced grain with carbon intensity footprints 20-30% below average.
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Using the FBN platform, ADM farmers will be able to: