PRATT, Kan. — PrairieFood, Inc., the exclusive domestic licensee of an innovative approach to converting waste biomass into safe, valuable, high-carbon products for agriculture, announces accelerated production of the proprietary product, PrairieFood™, at the facility in Pratt, Kansas. PrairieFood, Inc. has doubled output as of April 1st, 2022, due to engineering advances and strong customer demand. This milestone reinforces PrairieFood, Inc.’s commitment to providing domestic producers with safe, environmentally prudent, and economically viable agriculture products.
“PrairieFood™ is not synthetic. Through robust product development and innovation, PrairieFood™ delivers solutions directly to producers to combat unprecedented market swings and environmental pressures,” says Robert Herrington, Co-Founder & CEO of PrairieFood. “PrairieFood, Inc. is a vibrant, rapidly expanding company focusing on a triple-P bottom line: taking care of people and the planet by helping everyone in the supply chain be profitable. When paired with regenerative agriculture practices, PrairieFood™ promotes healthier soil and plants, nutrient-dense food, healthier people, and a healthier planet.”
Created by a patented process, PrairieFood™ is a micro-carbon soil amendment that provides a food source to grow microbial biomass to improve soil health instantly. It accelerates the reproduction and growth of all classes of existing microbes in all types of soils, improving the soil’s overall function. PrairieFood™ is applied on agricultural fields through existing input application methods and boosts natural processes, increasing soil organic matter, water capture, and storage, and ultimately decreasing synthetic inputs while increasing yields.
“Producers are waking up to the economic power of healthy soil. We’ve discovered from whole-field application trials, PrairieFood™ can help release and recycle plant nutrients.” Trish Jackson Ph.D., Director of Regenerative Ag. “PrairieFood™ increases soil health and increases the nutrient density of the crop, all while giving the grower or farmer much more profit potential.”
— PrairieFood, Inc.