Thomas Gent is the 4th generation on his family farm in South Lincolnshire. They have been farming regeneratively for around 15 years. Thomas has only ever farmed using regenerative principles and sees himself as part of the next generation of regenerative farmers. The family farm consists of around 800 ha of arable combinable cropping recently integrating more multi-year lays to diversify the rotation. Thomas founded the Gentle Farming brand to help sell his crops directly to companies looking to build a regenerative supply chain. He also works with carbon farming company Agreena to help farmers across Europe to transition to more regenerative practices.
As a farmer or grower navigating demanding economic, environmental and technological changes, what skills do you and your employees need to make a successful transition to – or to improve in – Regenerative Agriculture? Join David Fursdon, Chair of The Institute for Agriculture and Horticulture (TIAH), the new professional body for farming and growing, and […]