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Walmart Sustainability Leaders Mikel Hancock And Tyler Lehr Discuss The Company’s Journey Toward Regeneration And The Support It Provides Ranchers

One of Walmart’s 2025 goals is to source beef more sustainably, and it is working with producers to implement and measure conservation practices among its rancher-suppliers. Learn how the retail giant is influencing beef production systems, how it sees ranchers as partners in the journey to regeneration and what it means for the entire food value chain.

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Indiana Farmers Seek Soil Health Insights During Perkins’ Good Earth Farm Visit

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Dairy Farm CEO Offers Practical Advocacy Tips

As a third-generation dairy farmer, Sutton Rucks of Milking R Dairy, Inc., in Okeechobee, Fla., is always looking for ways to grow the business he’s been part of since his...

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