Regenerative Agriculture is a holistic approach to farming that goes beyond organic practices (which prohibit the use of synthetic inputs) to work with the natural systems of the ecosystem to improve the health and biomass of the soil, increase biodiversity, improve water conservation and quality and sequester carbon to improve our planet’s resilience to climate change.
Regenerative practices are nothing new – they are just new to the past couple of generations. Our great grandparents farmed in harmony with their habitats, and we are proud to have been dairying this way for 20 years. In 2021 we became the 1st Certified Regenerative dairy in the U.S.
Our approach to regenerating the soil through our planned grazing of both the dairy cattle and the chickens, and our holistic approach to farming is both good for the land, and good for people. We are putting carbon back into the soil, sequestering that carbon in an effort to reverse climate change. We are building our soil, our own carbon farm, from the ground up, utilizing cows and chickens to move carbon out of the atmosphere and back into the Earth’s soil. This is our regenerative, organic approach.
Alexandre Family Farm is the Nation’s First Certified Regenerative Dairy.
Our pastures grow green 365 days a year
Our Regenerative Practices
We monitor our pastures continuously, and nourish the soils with manure we carefully compost, and with elements like Zinc, Boron, Selenium and other basic micro elements.