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Standard Process Inc. Teaches About Cover Crops During MOSES Field Day

More than 80 farmers participated in the Midwest Organic and Sustainable Education Services event held on the Standard Process Farm 


Standard Process Farm Manager Christine Mason talks cover crops with farmers during the MOSES Field Day on September 10 at the Standard Process Farm in Palmyra, Wisconsin.


Attendees of the MOSES Field Days  watch as a cover crop is tilled under on the Standard Process Farm.


During the MOSES Field Day, Darren Poulson, a Standard Process farmer (foreground, far right), explains how Standard Process produces its own compost to help improve the vitality of the soil.

PALMYRA, Wis. (September 16, 2015)—More than 80 farmers took part in the MOSES Organic Field Day event held September 10 on the Standard Process Farm in Palmyra, Wisconsin. The event, hosted by the Midwest Organic and Sustainable Education Service (MOSES), gave farmers a chance to learn about the use of cover crops on one of the most diverse organic vegetable farms in Wisconsin.

“Standard Process is proud to have been selected by MOSES as the host farm for this event because it allows us to show that cover crops help make it possible for a farm to be bountiful and sustainable at the same time,” said Christine Mason, Standard Process farm manager. “We enjoy sharing our field crops as well as our whole food vision with our farming peers.”

Mason served as field educator for the afternoon, showing how Standard Process Inc. uses cover crops on its 420 acres of certified organic farmland. In adherence with strict organic guidelines, Standard Process does not use any synthetic fertilizers or pesticides in its growing process.

During her presentation, Mason explained the benefits cover crops provide the farm, as well as how Standard Process turns its biodegradable production waste from the farm’s press room into rich and fertile compost that helps improve the health and vitality of the soil.

Standard Process is a visionary leader in whole food nutrient solutions, and those solutions begin with the company’s organic farming. The roots of the Standard Process farm are located in the nutrient-rich soil of Wisconsin’s Kettle Moraine basin. Standard Process regularly grows crops such as alfalfa, barley grass, beets, Brussels sprouts, buckwheat, kale, kidney beans, oats, pea vine, and Spanish black radish. These crops form the foundational base of the company’s supplements which are sold exclusively through health care professionals.

To learn more about Standard Process and its certified organic farm, please visit standardprocess.com.

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