CCI is preparing for a pre-commerical demonstration of our CoverCress™ crop in select geographies for planting during Fall 2023. Innovative farmers looking to gain first-hand experience and reap the many benefits of a cover crop can sign up to receive additional information!
A CoverCress crop has the potential to deliver a new revenue opportunity for farmers with a cover crop's added soil health benefits. Farmers can achieve these benefits without much time, resources, or crop management.
Potential Farm Economics
Benefits of a Cover Crop
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Farmers can have confidence in producing a CoverCress crop in partnership with our company.
"It's an opportunity to have a third crop for revenue in two years while still getting the soil health benefits of a cover crop."
|Doug Hubner, Partner, Hubner Industries, LLC., and Hubner Farms|
We are looking for select farmers willing to partner with CCI for the 2023/2024 pre-commercial crop demonstration season. Interested farmers will contract with us to raise and manage a CoverCress crop through termination. Farmers will be supported throughout the process and encouraged to share honest feedback throughout the season. Limited spots are available, so don't delay!
|Select the Column with the Price of Soybeans for May CBOT|
|This determines the price you are paid for your CoverCress grain.|
|CoverCress Grain $/Ton||$201||$220||$238||$256||$275||$293|
|Expected yields with approved stands are 1500 lbs. (0.75/tons/acres)|
|Potential Revenue $/Acre||$151||$165||$179||$192||$206||$220|
|CoverCress Guarantee of 90% of the expected Yield (1350/lbs/acre)|
|Potential Minimum Revenue||$136||$148||$161||$173||$185||$198|
*Value per ton of CoverCress grain based on May CBOT for soybeans; final value per ton will be determined and included in the contract before fall seeding in future years
Click below for an interactive recap of a recent panel discussion with the CCI team and farmers. Click through the pages and links to hear about their experiences raising the CoverCress crop and get answers to many frequently asked questions.
Click the map to view the area (shaded teal) for the 2022/2023 crop demonstrations.