Regenerative farming that minimizes the output of greenhouse gases is something that more farmers are becoming interested in. Livestock farming has been a particularly tough nut to crack because of the methane emitted by ruminant animals like cattle. A farm in Australia looked at this and successfully maintained a carbon-neutral farm for many years, but found that after a decade, they could no longer be carbon-neutral because their trees were fully mature and their soil so rich that neither was storing up much additional carbon to offset the methane emissions from their herd. Does that mean you should not even bother to try? No, but you should be aware of the limitations of what your program can do. You can read more about their experience in EuroNews at

Source: USDA ARS