Regenerative Agriculture Market

Regenerative Agriculture Market Size by Practice (Agroecology, Aquaculture, Biochar & Terra Preta, Agroforestry, No-till & Pasture Cropping, Holistically Managed Grazing, Silvopasture, and Others), Application (Soil & Crop Management, Biodiversity, Operations Management, and Others), Regions, Global Industry Analysis, Share, Growth, Trends, and Forecast 2024 to 2033

Base Year: 2023 Historical Data: 2020-22
  • Report ID: TBI-14031
  • Published Date: Jan, 2024
  • Pages: 238
  • Category: Agriculture
  • Format: PDF
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The global regenerative agriculture market was valued at USD 6 billion in 2023 and grew at a CAGR of 15% from 2024 to 2033. The market is expected to reach USD 24.27 billion by 2033. The rising demand for sustainable agricultural practices will drive the growth of the global regenerative agriculture market.

Market Introduction:

Regenerative agriculture is a farming and land management practice prioritising restoring soil health and biodiversity. Regenerative agriculture seeks to create sustainable agricultural systems that produce food and contribute positively to environmental health. The aim is to reduce chemical inputs, conserve water, and employ holistic management practices. Soil health and its preservation, restoration and management are central to regenerative agriculture. Regenerative agriculture promotes practices such as cover cropping and pasture cropping. Diverse crop rotations, intercropping, and integrated livestock also help restore biodiversity, another key component of regenerative agriculture. Water conservation through rainwater harvesting and efficient irrigation is integral to regenerative agriculture. The approach takes a holistic view of land management. The need for sustainable food production to meet the demands of a growing global population will increase the adoption of regenerative agriculture. It also plays a crucial role in mitigating climate change by sequestering carbon in the soil. Regenerative agriculture also contributes to the resilience of agricultural systems in extreme weather events.

Regenerative Agriculture Market Size

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Recent Development
  • Together with Nativa, a provider of merino wool, the French luxury fashion label Ba&sh invested in Uruguayan farms that were switching to regenerative agriculture. This collaboration aims to use the regenerative wool from these farms in future knitwear lines by Ba&sh. By 2025, Ba&sh wants to incorporate 30% regenerative or transitioning wool into its collections as part of its commitment to biodiversity and lowering carbon impact.

Market Dynamics:


The increasing awareness about regenerative agriculture – the rising consumer awareness of the environmental and health implications of conventional farming practices has increased the demand for sustainable alternatives like regenerative agriculture. Furthermore, global environmental concerns and the climate change crisis and its impact on agriculture have encouraged a shift towards sustainable agricultural practices. Regenerative agriculture is an effective carbon sequestration method that aligns with climate change mitigation goals. The focus on restoring soil health for nutrient-rich food crops, along with less use of chemicals, better income for farmers, extreme weather-resistant crops, and overall better land and biodiversity management, will encourage the adoption of regenerative agriculture. Additionally, corporate initiatives as a part of corporate social responsibility have augmented the adoption of regenerative agriculture. Therefore, the increasing awareness about regenerative agriculture will drive the market’s growth.

  • Boomitra and the tea research centre TRA Tocklai use regenerative agriculture to change tea cultivation in Eastern India. More than 200,000 small tea growers and 1,100 sector tea gardens can access carbon funding and better agricultural practices through the agreement. The partnership seeks to absorb carbon from the environment and restructure India's tea industry to be robust to future climate change. The cooperation between Boomitra and TRA Tocklai represents a significant advancement in sustainable tea farming. Utilizing its experience, Boomitra will help TRA growers implement regenerative agriculture techniques. The goals of this project are to improve soil health, increase productivity, and aid in the sequestration of carbon.

The relatively high cost of regenerative agriculture The substantial research and development costs, complex manufacturing processes, and specialized infrastructure required for regenerative agriculture contribute to the relatively high cost of this approach compared to conventional agricultural practices. The majority of landholders or individuals involved in farming or agriculture are small and marginal farmers with low capital, which further hinders the accessibility to regenerative agriculture. Therefore, the relatively high cost of regenerative agriculture will hamper the market's growth.


Favourable government initiatives and support – The government recognized the environmental benefits and long-term sustainability of regenerative practices and is promoting this approach through its initiatives, policies, campaigns and subsidies. The awareness campaigns highlighting the financial benefits of regenerative agriculture have a growing interest from the farming community, which benefits the market's growth. Furthermore, Scientific validation with growing research indicating the benefits of regenerative agriculture for all stakeholders is playing a crucial role in building trust for the practice and augmenting the market's growth and development. The combination of government support, farmers' economic interests, and scientific validation drives regenerative agriculture's widespread expansion and adoption as a sustainable and lucrative farming approach.

  • To reduce climate change caused by food and agricultural production and to enhance biodiversity and ecosystem services, The Nature Conservancy (TNC) and Louis Dreyfus Company (LDC) have partnered to promote and implement regenerative agricultural and habitat conservation practices in key agricultural supply chains. Acting now, at the sector level, to encourage practices that improve soil health, restore aquifers, promote biodiversity, and mitigate climate change will accelerate the shift from commitment to on-the-ground implementation and impact towards a net-zero, nature-positive role for agri-commodities, with the collaboration of two major players in their respective sectors, LDC and TNC.
Regional segmentation analysis:

The regions analyzed for the market include North America, Europe, South America, Asia Pacific, the Middle East, and Africa. North America emerged as the most significant global regenerative agriculture market, with a 35% market revenue share in 2023.

Robust educational and research institutions and a supportive policy environment are the core components driving the region's adoption and expansion of regenerative agriculture. Pioneering farmers and organizations in the region actively promote regenerative practices given the extensive capital and accessible technology and knowledge available to them. The presence of numerous agricultural research institutions and universities and their vital role in advancing research in regenerative agriculture are also augmenting growth. Additionally, a diverse agricultural landscape, ranging from large-scale commodity crops to smaller diversified farms, allows for adapting regenerative techniques across various contexts and establishes proof highlighting the benefits of regenerative agriculture furthering the market in the region.

North America Region Regenerative Agriculture Market Share in 2023 - 35%

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  • Diageo, the company behind Guinness, Don Julio tequila, and Johnnie Walker whisky has unveiled two regenerative agricultural initiatives spanning its scotch and tequila brands in Scotland and Mexico, respectively. The initiatives' main goal is to lower the carbon emissions associated with growing agave for tequila and barley and wheat for Scotch whisky while providing extra advantages to the farmers. These projects aim to promote better soil health management, reduced carbon emissions, increased biodiversity, and better water stewardship. The programmes will examine techniques tailored to the local environment, like crop rotation, cover crops, and decreased cultivation.
Practice Segment Analysis

The practice segment is divided into agroecology, aquaculture, biochar and terra preta, agroforestry, no-till and pasture cropping, holistically managed grazing, silvopasture, and others. The agroforestry segment dominated the market, with a market share of around 37% in 2023. Agroforestry is a land-use management system integrating trees or shrubs with agricultural and livestock activities. Trees are planted in fields or pasture lands to foster diversity in crops and trees. Agroforestry promotes biodiversity, prevents soil erosion, mitigates climate change through carbon sequestration, and enhances water management. Agroforestry increases overall productivity, diversifies income streams for farmers, and improves soil fertility through organic matter. Agroforestry is a holistic and innovative approach that addresses agricultural and environmental challenges and offers farmers economic viability.

  • Over the next four years, commodity giant Cargill and TechnoServe intend to develop sustainable agriculture and regenerative farming on roughly 25,000 acres of farmland in Davanagere. This primary Karnataka region produces maize. The collaboration between the two organizations, known as "Srishti," will provide training in regenerative agriculture to approximately 10,000 maize farming households in Davanagere, enabling them to enhance soil health, trap carbon, and improve water quality and use.
Application Segment Analysis

The application segment is divided into soil and crop management, biodiversity, operations management, and others. The biodiversity segment dominated the market, with a market share of around 36% in 2023. Regenerative agriculture is critical in biodiversity conservation as it fosters a harmonious relationship between agriculture and the environment. The emphasis on crop rotation, cover cropping, and diversified plantings in regenerative agriculture supports various plant and animal species, promoting biodiversity conservation and development. Regenerative agriculture promotes a diverse soil microbial community, enhancing nutrient cycling, disease resistance, and overall soil health and contributing to biodiversity conservation.

Some of the Key Market Players:
  • Agreed.Earth
  • Aker Technologies, Inc.
  • Astanor Ventures
  • Biotrex
  • Continuum Ag
  • Ecorobotix SA
  • Indigo Ag, Inc.
  • Ruumi
  • Terramera Inc.

Report Description:

Attribute Description
Market Size Revenue (USD Billion)
Market size value in 2023 USD 6 Billion
Market size value in 2033 USD 24.27 Billion
CAGR (2024 to 2033) 15%
Historical data 2020-2022
Base Year 2023
Forecast 2024-2033
Region The regions analyzed for the market are Asia Pacific, Europe, South America, North America, and Middle East and Africa. Furthermore, the regions are further analyzed at the country level.
Segments Practice and Application

Frequesntly Asked Questions

As per The Brainy Insights, the size of the global regenerative agriculture market was valued at USD 6 billion in 2023 to USD 24.27 billion by 2033.

Global regenerative agriculture market is growing at a CAGR of 15% during the forecast period 2024-2033.

The market's growth will be influenced by the increasing awareness about regenerative agriculture.

The relatively high costing of regenerative agriculture could hamper the market growth.

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This study forecasts revenue at global, regional, and country levels from 2020 to 2033. The Brainy Insights has segmented the global regenerative agriculture market based on below mentioned segments:

Global Regenerative Agriculture Market by Practice:

  • Agroecology
  • Aquaculture
  • Biochar & Terra Preta
  • Agroforestry
  • No-till & Pasture Cropping
  • Holistically Managed Grazing
  • Silvopasture
  • Others

Global Regenerative Agriculture Market by Application:

  • Soil & Crop Management
  • Biodiversity
  • Operations Management
  • Others

Global Regenerative Agriculture Market by Region:

  • North America
    • U.S.
    • Canada
    • Mexico
  • Europe
    • Germany
    • France
    • U.K.
    • Italy
    • Spain
  • Asia-Pacific
    • Japan
    • China
    • India
  • South America
    • Brazil
  • Middle East and Africa  
    • UAE
    • South Africa


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