Landbrugsdata (LBdata) is a consulting house for businesses within Danish agriculture.
Our goal is to optimize the investment capital in agriculture, so we as a whole get the most climate effect for the money. We deliver analyzes and advice to our customers that provide an overview, create value, and ensure validity. We contribute to building more, better, and stronger bridges between agriculture, the financial sector, and authorities, which help to play all partners better through increased insight based on facts. The positive effect we are working with are related to the ESG in the financial sector, SDG (Sustainable Development goals) from UN etc.
The positive effects are already showing, as we move towards reaching the climate goals for 2030 and it is a very important part of the puzzle that our database considers historical data from 2012 and onwards, and also contains data for the current and future expected investments which will become the reality in the upcoming years.
The general aim of Landbrugsdata is to contribute with unique solid real time data to enhance the baseline for decision making within Danish agriculture – both farms, partners, and investors.
The data we can provide is validated externally – by the Danish Agricultural Authority as well as a long line of universities and other public authorities and show the patterns in incitement and actual actions. All our data can be segmented on many different levels making it easy to transform data into insight to ensure decisions made by our customers. We are eager to make a positive difference and to put our insight to use in a larger scale. Please reach out if you identify possibilities / needs for closer collaboration.
Do not hesitate to contact us if you have further questions.
Our motto is “We address and solve the difficult challenges daily. The impossible things take a little longer
Danish agriculture is one of the best in the world regarding food producing, animal welfare and in use of efficient technology. Denmark has a high level of documentation, the nepotism and bribery level is very low and our data is very relevant to use in the wider perspective like across country lines, to improve incitement and funding models for agriculture at EU-level or outside. There is also a huge potential regarding CO2-certificates when the agriculture industry is regulated like every other sector.