AMY BRUCH FEATURED ON AgTech So What Podcast
August 24, 2022
With the state of ag supply chains this year, is there a stronger case for switching to organic? Agtech So What podcast caught up with Organic Trade 2021 Farmer of the Year, Amy Bruch, to talk about commodity cropping at Cyclone Farms.
AMY BRUCH FEATURED ON This is U.S. Sustainability Podcast
January 17, 2022
What is soil health? Why is it important? And how can it be improved? Tune in to episode 5 of This is U.S. Sustainability to listen to soil scientist Professor Michelle Wander, cotton farmer Barry Evans, and our very own Amy Bruch.
Amy bruch TO SPEAK AT THE 98th USDA AGRICULTURal OUTLOOK FORUM
January 9, 2022
The USDA will be hosting their 98th Agriculture Outlook Forum on February 24-25, 2022. With the theme “New Paths to Sustainability Growth,” the virtual forum will explore new ways to achieve environmental sustainability while increasing agricultural productivity.
Registration is free but required to attend the Forum.
Amy bruch named organic farmer of the year BY ORGANIC TRADE ASSOCIATION
October 14, 2021
The Organic Farmer of the Year Award honors leaders who have made significant contributions to support and advance organic agriculture and trade at the farm level. This year, the trade association recognizes Amy Bruch of Cyclone Farms in York, Nebraska, a 6th generation farmer, with the honor. Since carrying on the legacy of her family farm in Nebraska nine years ago, after the sudden passing of her father, she and her husband, Tyler, evolved the operation into one of the most cutting-edge organic farms in the country and converted nearly 2,500 acres of high productive farm ground to organic row crops, small grains, pulses, and oilseeds.
Bruch appointed to National Organic Standards Board
October 14, 2020
York County farmer Amy Bruch has been appointed to the USDA National Organic Standards Board (NOSB). She is the first Nebraskan to serve on the board, whose members are appointed by United States Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Purdue…
NEBRASKA COUPLE WORKS TO “PROFESSIONALIZE” ORGANIC FARMING
AUGUST 29, 2019
Amy and Tyler Bruch of Cyclone Farms, Waco, Nebraska, are organic farmers. But they’re more than that. They are also advocates for organic farming and are working to, in their words, “professionalize the industry” by addressing some of the issues that seem to be holding it back…
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