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Continuum Ag Launches Billion Bushel Challenge

The sun sets on a successful corn harvest in Southeast Iowa.

Farmers take Charge with Carbon Intensity Scores; Empowering Visibility, Control, and Rewards with Low Carbon Intensity Grain Needed for BioFuel Production. Washington, Iowa — November 20, 2023 — With an estimated 6 Billion Bushels being used for Ethanol production next year, Continuum Ag has set their sights on helping the industry SCORE (Carbon Intensity Score) […]

SCORE & WIN BIG . . Continuum Introduces CI Certification!

All of the elements that help grow a successful Carbon Intensity Certification.

We’re thrilled to announce the launch of our newest product, the CI (Carbon Intensity) Certificate. Our CI Certificate process makes it easy for farmers to generate their personalized, accurate, CI scores via our TopSoil® platform.  CI Certification puts growers and their advisors in the driver’s seat to integrate data, evaluate field-level CI scores, and independently […]

Uniting Farmers & Biofuels: The Time is Now

Low CI Grain Being Harvested

Washington, Iowa — October 23, 2023 — In a bold declaration recently, Navigator CO2 Carbon Pipeline canceled the $3.5B dollar project.  This moment marks a major reflection point within the push for low carbon, American made biofuels. Lack of a pipeline leaves a gap in the decarbonization formula and forces the rest of the industry […]

“Mitchell’s Takeaways From His First Time in Brazil”

Continuum Ag is working to engage, teach, and inspire farmers across the nation to better understand what’s going on under their feet, and utilizing the power of technology to do so.

Hey everybody, Mitchell writing to you here today! I wanted to share my experience and takeaways from my recent trip to Brazil, where we got to see a large portion of the country & meet with various different people & companies. Continuum Ag has been working closely with Carroll Family Farms, who invited us to […]

The TopSoil® Summit Takeaways… Great Success!!

Mitchell Hora and friends led a great discussion about Carbon Intensity.

The TopSoil® Summit was a huge hit and brought a lot of value to all of those who were able to attend. Those attendees converged in Riverside, Iowa on June 5th from all over the world. While people came from many diverse backgrounds and places, they all came to learn more about the latest developments […]

We Strive to Win in Soil Health Success

Continuum Ag is on a mission to help a million farmers improve their profitability via improved soil health.

“We will succeed where others have failed because we are farmer focused first.” This was the winning message Continuum delivered during their joint presentation with Louis Dreyfus Company (LDC) last week at the Mass Challenge competition in Geneva, Switzerland. Continuum was represented by COO, Brad McDonald, while Olivier Hamy represented LDC as the COO of […]

Spring Madness

Soybeans sprouting through the low Carbon Intensity soil.

Hey everyone, and happy spring! I hope everybody is off to a successful planting season. It’s been hit or miss here recently on our home farm in Southeast Iowa with weather conditions for our own planting, but we are optimistic that the weather will stay on our side now! As we think about the spring […]

Why Are We Freaking Out About Carbon Intensity?!

Sustainability is a key driver for a profitable future.

The world at the intersection of Carbon and Agriculture is shifting in a very large way, and, oh by the way, this shift is going to make money available that should fit nicely into the pockets of farmers. Right now is the perfect time for farmers to start learning about this shift and how it […]

Continuum Ag’s Soil Sampling Approach

Soil Sampling is vital in understanding how to keep our soil healthy.

Continuum Ag’s Soil Sampling Approach Soil sampling is an important management tool for farmers.  Here at Continuum Ag, we take a bit of a different approach to soil sampling.  When a farmer enters their fields into our TopSoil® platform, we automatically pull in the USGS and SSRGO publicly available data.  We use the slope, elevation, […]