97% utilize a rice soybean rotation to ensure soil health.
92% take soil samples to ensure the proper amount of nutrients are added to the soil.
72% attend field days to learn about new production methods and research coming available.
68% use a soil and water conservation plan to maximize water quality and soil health.
85% roll rice stubble to provide habitat for migrating waterfowl.
More than 84,000,000 used gallons of water treated and sent back to local municipalities.
1,002,600 servings of rice donated for hunger relief.
14% of total natural gas usage AND 17% of total electricity usage offset with cogeneration.
89% of rice byproduct waste diverted from landfills. 7,283 tons of solid waste recycled.
Over 30 years of educational opportunities provided to employees through Riceland’s Training and Education Center.
Sustainable agriculture is an integrated system of plant and animal productions practices having a site-specific application that will, over the long term, satisfy the human food and fiber needs, and enhance environmental quality.