CHS is collaborating with Bayer in a carbon program, rewarding farmers for adopting climate-smart practices. Farmers are rewarded for meeting certain milestones and there are additional incentives for using CHS-branded fertilizer efficiency products. CHS Senior Vice President of Enterprise Customer Development Gary Halvorson says farmers can receive up to $12 per acre. “We recognize that $12 may not ring the bell for every farmer, but these are steps for CHS to partner with the farmer to try and discover as much as we can so when there are returns with the carbon programs we can participate in a healthy way.” In an interview with RRFN, Halvorson also discusses the current supply chain challenges.
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