New partnership between Corteva Agriscience and Inalca
Together to improve the sustainability of the beef cattle supply chain
Corteva Agriscience, an industry engaged globally in agriculture and Inalca (Cremonini Group), an Italian company among the major European players for the production and marketing of beef, collaborate in an innovative project that aims to improve the efficiency of production indicators and reduce the environmental impact of the beef cattle chain. Both companies share the same commitment to research, development and adoption of the latest technologies and best practices that contribute to an increase in the environmental and economic sustainability of agriculture in general, and in particular to the reduction of impacts and consumption in cattle breeding.
Corteva Italia's contribution to this project consists in the supply of its agronomic services to the farms of Inalca in all areas related to the process of cultivation and conservation of company fodder, in line with the objectives set by both companies. "To reduce the environmental impact and increase the sustainability of agricultural production, we have started a collaboration with Corteva which has made its best agronomic management technologies available to our farms, in particular: monitoring of company soils, optimization of use nitrogen fertilizers, satellite monitoring of crops, quality control of livestock food produced on the farm and optimization of the farm silage conservation process”, says Serafino Cremonini, sales director and administrator of the farms of Inalca.
Matteo Piombino, Corteva Agriscience customer marketing manager, adds: "In Corteva we are enthusiastic about this collaboration with a company that represents the flagship of the best made in Italy, and to concretely support a fundamental sector for the economy of our country. The collaboration with partners of excellence to jointly solve the challenges imposed by climate change for the good of our ecosystem and the entire planet represents one of Corteva Agriscience's main 2030 sustainability objectives”.
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