Farming Startup FarmLogs Triples Market Share In Last Six Months

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Michigan-based FarmLogs is announcing today a significant milestone in the young company’s history. In just two years since its founding, the company has seen incredible growth and now counts customers in all 50 states and over $11 billion worth of crops under its management, a number that has tripled in the last six months. FarmLogs estimates 15% of the farms within the United States are using its services.

The company was in Silicon Valley and later moved to Ann Arbor, Michigan. Earlier this year, Jesse Vollmar, CEO and co-founder explained the company’s focus is building out its product to intelligently predict and optimize crop rotations as well as automate activity data collection.

“We are excited to have earned the trust of farmers around the country,” said Vollmar in a statement. “Reaching this major growth milestone means our product is now able to make a substantial positive impact on US agriculture…

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