Plan your shipments
In CrowdFarming, you can find projects whereby you receive a single shipment for your adoption, or projects where you can receive the harvest in several deliveries. This difference usually depends on whether the Farmer’s products mature all at once or gradually.
What is surplus harvest? In order to explain this, we would like to refer to something a befriended farmer once told us... “Nature is unpredictable, but it's reasonable and at times it brings pleasan…
How often can I order products from my productive unit?
The order frequency depends on the CrowdFarming project you chose. There are adopted plants or animals that produce only once per season, e.g. olive trees. In these cases the delivery date of the har…
Is it possible to change the delivery date after having placed an order?
📆 Once you placed your order, it is not possible to change the delivery date. Depending on the CrowdFarming project , the Farmers may offer various delivery days. Please keep in mind that it is often…
What is included in the final price?
There is a lot of concern of whether the money and trust you put into your adoption with CrowdFarming ends up with the “right” people, which is why we want to dedicate the following paragraph outlini…
Which payment methods do you offer?
You can pay with any credit or debit card and in some countries it is possible to pay by direct debit (SEPA). 💳 In CrowdFarming there are no automatic charges. For any order it is necessary that you…
Invoices and payment receipts
In CrowdFarming the Farmers themselves are setting the prices for the adoption of their productive units and sell the harvest directly to the CrowdFarmers.
Adoption as a model for buying food to avoid wasting it
In order to avoid food waste, we must start with the most basic thing: producing what is really going to be consumed. In an attempt to solve this simple question, the idea of CrowdFarming was born and its proposition to adopt a tree, a beehive, a plant, an animal or an area of land in order to balance the supply of food with its actual demand.