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FarmLead Partners with Family Farms Group Canada

FarmLead announced a partnership with Family Farms Group Canada on Tuesday. 

FarmLead is the largest and fastest-growing online grain marketplace in North America. This pairing means that members of Family Farms Group Canada will have the benefits of FarmLead Grain Marketplace, GrainCents grain markets commentary, and additional services in the FarmLead product suite. 

“Family Farms Group Canada is honored to enter into this partnership with FarmLead,” says Family Farms LLC CEO Shari Rogge-Fidler. “We strive to provide our member operators the best in grain-marketing tools, and FarmLead is reinventing how grain is marketed and sold. For Family Farms Group Canada, this partnership gives us an incomparable grain-marketing competitive advantage.”

Established in 2006, Family Farms Group Canada provides business, agronomic, and risk-management expertise, helping its members to better manage their operations and grow. The company is owned by its members and has a singular goal of keeping families on the farm.

With grain prices at multiyear lows, FarmLead allows farmers to find the best possible price and stay competitive through its website and mobile app.

“The ability to find better grain deals and understand significant market movements continues to be a challenege for all farmers, but with FarmLead, producers are understanding how to navigate these murky waters,” says Brennan Turner, president and CEO of FarmLead. “For farmers who are a part of Family Farms Group Canada, this partnership gives them a huge advantage in helping them sell their grain.”

FarmLead provides services such as market analysis and grain testing and pricing recommendations, accesses more qualified buyers, and ensures the best possible price for grain. It is the industry leader for online grain sales, with volumes traded through its marketplace growing at 700% each year. 

For more information about Family Farms Group, visit FamilyFarmsGroup.com. For more information about FarmLead, visit farmlead.com.

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