The carbon footprint of our transport system
Logistics challenges are among the major challenges with which the CrowdFarming team is confronted on a daily basis. There are three variables that we are looking at in more detail each time a Farmer…
We define the food supply chain as a sequence of processes that occur over the course of the life cycle of a product: from the moment it is cultivated until the moment a person consumes this product.…
What exactly is CrowdFarming? And who is operating behind the scenes? What drives us to do what we do? Our Philosophy tries to find answers to these questions.
Welcome to your home, CrowdFarmer! This is the place where you enter your garden, start adopting or have a look at the adoptions you have already made. If you have any questions or issues accessing or using your account, please have a first look in this section!
Adoptions create a direct connection between the Farmers and the CrowdFarmers. The adoption-model is key to enable Farmers to plan their harvest and only cultivate on demand.
“Old MacDonald had a farm, ee i ee i o, and on his farm he had some…???” well, you tell us! This category helps you learn more about the features of your adopted units (or the ones you wish to adopt). Let’s have a look!
Every adoption and every delivery generates an order and a payment. This order can be cancelled, modified or delivered to another address.
Adopting a plant and/or an animal and seeing their picture is all good and well, but nothing beats receiving its products! Our CrowdFarming team is eager to coordinate with the Farmer and transport companies to make sure that the products reach you shortly after harvest/production and in good shape!
Give a little, receive a lot in return. Just imagine the look on the faces of your loved ones, when you present them with a special gift like a plant/animal adoption! Watch this space for more information.
The treasure chest of every Farmer. Here, you’ll find information Farmers consider interesting for the CrowdFarmers to know.
Farmer news. Quality and quantity of their harvest. Weather conditions and other important influences.