Holistic Land Management

Gibson Farm uses livestock to practice intensive rotational grazing that improves the quality of the soil, captures carbon, eliminates the need for chemical fertilizers and pesticides, and helps produce cleaner water. This practice reduces runoff and flooding during storms and keeps the nutrients where they belong, in the soil.

It is estimated that if 10% of agriculture transitioned to a regenerative model, it would be enough to mitigate the effects of climate change. This is the cheapest and most effective way to have an effect on soil, water, and air quality, and the product ultimately makes a damn good sausage.

 
 
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Environment

Each of our animals is allotted roughly 100x the space of the average confinement operation. Not only that, but the land they are housed on is meticulously maintained to provide each animal with a natural, comfortable, and stimulating environment.