The reintroduction of crops of nutritional interest allows for longer rotations, carbon capture by the soil, improved soil life and biodiversity.

In addition, the health of the animals is improved thanks to a balanced supply of plants and seeds of nutritional interest.


farmer members involved in the Bleu-Blanc-Cœur approach, an example of agroecology


But what does Blue-White-Core mean?

The Bleu-Blanc-Cœur approach is defined as follows: “To feed people well, we must start by taking care of our soils, our crops, the quality of our food and the health of our animals.

The name Bleu-Blanc-Cœur was chosen some twenty years ago for the following reasons: flax is widely used in the feed of cows within the framework of the approach and it is BLUE. Transparency is an essential value of the approach and is symbolised by WHITE. Finally, the issues at stake in the approach concern nutrition, which is symbolised by the HEART.

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