UFA Co-operative and MyLand Announce Commercial Pilot

Cindy Zimmerman

MyLand UFA ReleaseUFA Co-operative (UFA) and soil health company MyLand are excited to announce a three-year collaboration on a commercial pilot with various growers in Alberta, Canada. The goal of the initiative is to transform responsible farming practices and soil health management, leveraging advanced microbial technologies to benefit farmers and the environment.

The commercial pilot will be integrating MyLand’s proprietary technology and Soil as a Service to enhance the physical, chemical, and biological characteristics of the soil. This integration aims to result in enhanced soil fertility, optimized crop yields, and the promotion of eco-friendly farming practices through the MyLand Service.

The key objective of the commercial pilot is to evaluate the impact of the MyLand Service on farming operations within Alberta.

“We are thrilled to collaborate with MyLand on this commercial pilot,” said Janay Meisser, Director of Innovation at UFA. “Combining our agricultural expertise with MyLand’s innovative soil health solution will enable us to deliver significant benefits to our farmers and demonstrates UFA’s commitment to advancing innovation and technology in Alberta’s agricultural sector.”

“We are excited to partner with UFA in this groundbreaking initiative,” said Dane Hague, CEO & Co-Founder of MyLand. “This collaboration will not only enhance soil health and crop yields but also promote sustainable and responsible farming practices, benefiting farmers and the environment.”

This announcement marks a significant step forward in the collaboration between UFA and MyLand, showcasing a commitment to innovation and regenerative solutions in support of Alberta’s agricultural sector.

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