Sorghum is the resource-conserving grain that is a friend to both soil and water. In fact, the sustainability-smart U.S. farmers that raise Sorghum have found it resistant to both heat and drought, requiring an amazing 30% less water than comparable grains. That’s an annual savings so significant, it could supply the water usage of over 16 million homes.
Selecting sorghum is an easy decision. It’s a grain that ensures a sustainable future while serving as a cost-effective food, feed and fuel solution. If you’re interested in learning more about how sorghum sustains, download our infographic.