Organic


Organic farming can take place on any scale, but no matter the size of your land a strong commitment is key to success when operating an organic system. Essential characteristics of an organic farm include a detailed record keeping system, a plan that describes the organic practices being implemented for crops or livestock, and proper maintenance of the farm itself, specifically the buffer zone to ensure no accidental contact with chemicals from other farms. Access the links below to learn more about organic farming.

Click here for some FAQ's about organic farming.

eOrganic

Guide for Organic Crop Producers

Guide for Organic Livestock Producers

Guide for Organic Processors 


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Utah State University Small Farms Risk Management Agency
Diversified Agriculture Consortium