I’ve been working on the idea of a “future farm” for about five years now, and it’s finally coming to fruition. While the idea is still in the early stages, I can tell it’s going to be a big shift for the farming industry. For example: if I have to buy cows, I think that might change.
There are already a few startups that are trying to do this. You can sign up for the Future Farm Network (www.futurefarm.com), which allows you to set up a free account, create a list of your favorite farms, and then send them a request to send their cows to you. The Farm is already doing well, and is now looking to expand.
In the meantime, I’m sure there is still something even better than making it from scratch.
There are a few startups that do this, but they are all doing it primarily to sell cows to other farmers. I think a lot of people want to buy their cows, but they are afraid to buy from a company that wants to sell their cows. That is a much better idea. I am going to tell you about a startup I have been hearing about and are very interested in. I am going to come right out and say it.
This is an extremely exciting time for farming. I have been in the business industry for over 2 decades and I have seen countless examples of farmers taking advantage of new technology to get more efficient. For instance, one of the first ways that I was able to get farmers to adopt new technology was to take the farm out of the ground, move it to the top of a hill, and plant trees so they could harvest their crops easier and then sell the excess crops for profit.
This is a fairly new idea, but in my opinion, not too far from reality. At least to me. As an example, I grew up in the midwest, and on a farm I saw that the top of a hill was a great place to plant trees so that the wind would help move the soil and grow crops. I also saw that by moving the soil with the trees, you were able to get 50% more organic matter for the soil to grow.