This paper focuses the attention on the biodiversity of production system of farmers and the social impact in the environment process related on the economy scale. Farmers in Italian regions are growing fast and are developing new paradigms on sustainable agriculture for the development and eco-friendly products for the future of farming. The organic agriculture is an alternative of farming for producing in sustainable way and ensuring social and local conditions and promoting high level of food quality. On behalf of CAP reform 2020 and the Sustainable Development Goals, Agriculture is one of the pointed and discussed sectors concerning the preservation of environment and the welfare for the future generations. This article will focus the evaluation of the three pilasters of sustainability and the principles of organic agriculture. The methodology of this research is a quantitative model on using data from ISTAT, EUROSTAT database and statistical analysis are employed in this research. Our analysis shows the connection of new paradigms, methods and estimations on the sustainable development with the organic agriculture and discuss the farmers alternative for more sustainable agriculture development and revenue.