Creating a 100% Closed Loop - Circular Agriculture Society
We believe the world has problems and that we need to make change over the next 5 years not the next 50.
Our family has seen how infrastructure, if done so with positive financials for all the parties involved paired with a focus on creating a more environmentally progressive society, can lead to realizing large scale solutions to macro problems quickly.
Society presently throws away 40% of all the food that we produce. Meanwhile, 80% of our agriculture lands are used largely for cattle, chicken and pig production and our soils according to the UN only have 50 more years left of nutrients in the ground to continue to grow our crops.
With these problems and many more, our family and company are focused creating a 100% waste free society whereas our farmers and supermarkets can make more money, all while producing healthier, more sustainable proteins and produce at competitive prices for the consumers.
It is imperative to note, that our technology is first and foremost focused on our safety, pasteurization and capability to provide a consistent pathogen free product to our farmers. The additional benefits is that through our development we are able to provide our products that fit seamlessly into their existing growing operations; all at competitive prices! We believe that this focus on profitable and environmentally progressive solutions can bring society back to a more efficient agriculture method, yet with 21st century advancement.
Feed Ration for Chickens, Pets and Pigs:
REDUCING FARMER'S RELIANCE ON CORN AND SOY
KDC Ag is able to take the balanced diet of human quality meats, fruits and vegetables and within the same day enzymatically digest that food. Those pre-digested nutrients are then dried down to a moisture composition of around 10%.
The product is then either pelletized or mixed in with various other ingredients to make the full ration of a pig chicken and pet feed. Completely, eliminating the farmers reliance upon the "unnatural" diet of corn and soy and any vitamin or anti-biotic package.
Good Feed = Healthy Animals
KDC Ag’s Feed can mix directly into existing feed mill equipment
using Food Waste to safely fuel crops:
Created entirely from discarded food waste, this powerful non-chemical, liquid or pelletized fertilizer is bottled and sold by us under the brand name, Harvest-to-Harvest (H2H).
Because we’re able to process all food types, these vats include a blended mix of meats, fruits and vegetables - allowing us to feed our conversion system a balanced diet of nutrients (similar to the dietary demands of our own bodies).
Once processed this creates a fertilizer with a tremendous breakdown of amino acids and other key nutrients that fertile soil relies on. These nutrients feed the millions of tiny organisms that live within healthy soil that farmers depended on to grow their crops.
Once applied, this nutrient dense cocktail of biological activity quickly works to increase the microbial activity of the soil it's used on.
Our liquid fertilizer is capable of being sent through the drip irrigation lines farmers already utilize it can also be used as a compost replacement to recharge soil nutrients. Compared to the traditional compositing process, H2H eliminates the need for farmers to rip up drip irrigation lines and minimizes the needs to rotate crops as soil nutrients can be immediately replenished after each crop cycle.
Today Farmers across the nation are have already started utilizing H2H increase crop yields, reduce nitrate fertilizer usage and recharge the soil.
California Safe Soil is regulated by the California Food and Drug Administration as well as CalRecycle. The H2H product is certified organic as we have met USDA Standards for Organic Fertilizers and approved by Washington State Department of Agriculture. This allows H2H to be sold nationwide as an organic fertilizer.
For full disclosure on all of the field trials and test results that UC Davis and our existing customers have conducted please feel free to reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org for a full powerpoint and additional information.