Anheuser-Busch is buckling down on the sustainability initiatives established in 2018. Anheuser-Busch U.S. Director of Agronomy Nikki Zahradka-Bylin says these efforts revolve around water, packaging, and equipment CO2 emissions. There’s also a Smart Agriculture program in place to help farmers become more sustainable in their practices. “We offer our growers crop protocols on different varieties to help them become financially empowered.” Zahradka-Bylin was part of the North Dakota Farmers Union Evolution Ag Summit in Jamestown.
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