Yes! Low input agriculture is profitable if the land owner manages for a healthy regenerative farm that functions as an ecosystem. This is achieved with
a large diversity of over 50 species of perennial and annual plants so that the pastures function like grassland. When a farm is managed as a grassland
soil health improves. Soil structure improves, micro organisms increase in numbers and diversity, organic carbon increases and nutrients begin to cycle.
This increases water holding capacity, reduces or eliminates the need for fertiliser, fungicides and insecticides.
The farm can be very productive without expensive inputs. - Colin Seis, Winona