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Video: Syngenta’s Chris Cook Discusses How Small Changes Can Yield Big Impact

March 29, 2023

Sustainable management of crops, land and livestock looks different for every producer. There are numerous ways producers can improve efficiencies and manage risk to become more inherently sustainable. The process isn’t an overnight change. Small, ongoing improvements can add up to have big impact.

“Just think about doing something you can do a little better than you were doing before, and that’s going to make a step change,” says Chris Cook, Head of Enogen, Syngenta Seeds.

Watch the video to learn how Syngenta’s integrated portfolio and technical advisors can help producers evaluate their operations and assess areas of incremental improvement.

Get more information on land and livestock management, grazing, drought resilience and resources on how to boost profitability on livestock operations at www.TrustInBeef.com.

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