Crop rotation helps keep your soil healthy

Arable crops and diversification boost farm profitability. Even if you're not a traditional arable farmer, there are good reasons to work arable crops into your farm mix. You could feed your animals on home-grown protein or generate a profitable cash crop from pulses such as protein peas, spring beans, or lupins. Or you can become an oil-producer with the help of a DLF oilseed rape variety.

Change and diversification are good on every scale. Crop rotation helps keep soil healthy and farm yields high, and the latest EU greening program encourage variation. Diversification is one of the routes to qualifying for your full CAP subsidy.

Choose pulses or oilseed rape to learn more.