75–99% less

Water use

93–95% less

Land use

87–90% less

Emissions

Revenue

All-In-One Sustainability Transformation

The problem: animal agriculture is inefficient, it provides just 18% of calories but takes up 83% of farmland. Switching to plant-based agriculture globally would reduce required farmland by 75%. Instead of growing plants to feed animals, simply grow plants: It takes 1800 gallons of water to make one pound of beef, that's more than 3 months of showering.



Increase revenue and prepare for the future

Plant-based crops are the future of agriculture. The expected income after debt service by cornell.edu and ndsu.edu


$76.13/acre Average Pea Farm
$62.10/acre Average dairy farm

The Process

We take you through the entire process from financial planning to business help.

1Access and analyse

Give us information about your business and let us help you prepare the financials and strategy for your transformation.

2Transform

Go through the transformation process as planned with our help along the way. Our resources are always available to you.

3Improve

Re-access and optimize your crop production and output with data and outreach in our community.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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"2021 is going to be a landmark year for plant-based foods. We're going to see a growth in the range of 15-20%.
For comparison, I see animal-based proteins growing 1-3% in 2021." - agriculture.com

"Most of the plant-based proteins use wheat, soy, and pea protein. Pea protein is the hottest protein alternative today. It’s being used in plant-based meat, milk, energy bars, protein drinks, and more. There are concerns about whether the supply is going to be able to keep up with the demand from the manufacturers and the consumer." - agriculture.com

"Smithfield, the largest pork producer in the world, has a brand, Pure, as part of their Farmland division. Nestle acquired a company here in the U.S. called Sweet Earth, and is growing its portfolio in plant-based protein that way. Tyson is creating its own brand, Raised and Rooted." - agriculture.com