Everythingfarm.com was created by farmers, for farmers. This site was created due to our own need. We used to spend so much time trying to add to our herd or sell hay. Now I can, on my time, buy and sell everything I need to operate my farm.
Peterborough, NH (PRWEB) March 21, 2013
The farmer to farmer exchange website, Everythingfarm.com, will be officially unveiled on March 22 at the first New England Meat Conference at the Grappone Conference Center in Concord, New Hampshire.
Everythingfarm.com is a national e-commerce destination for the buying and selling of livestock, feed, goods, equipment and services. Perhaps the most important feature is that users have the ability to search locally. Farmers can experience the innovative components of Everythingfarm.com with a free 1 year subscription by simply being among the first 250 people to sign up. Those interested can pre-register on Everythingfarm.com and will be notified when the site is live.
The services that Everythingfarm.com provides for farmers are: a one stop source for all of the livestock, equipment and services necessary for running a farm, detailed search capability and information source and reference for all things farming. The website also offers marketing and promotional tools such as a farm profile and photo and video listings.
“Everythingfarm.com was created by farmers, for farmers. This site was created due to our own need. We used to spend so much time trying to add to our herd or sell hay. We just did not have enough time in the day. Now I can, on my time, buy and sell everything I need to operate my farm,” said Robert Finlay, Founder of Everythingfarm.com. This website is a must-have for all farmers.
Everythingfarm.com’s mission is to facilitate the sustainable creation, growth and profitability of local farms everywhere by building a farming community that values buying locally and promoting a healthier way of life. Everythingfarm.com is an efficiency tool for small farm operations struggling with a lack of resources, limited revenue and suffocating costs. To learn more about Everythingfarm.com, visit http://www.everythingfarm.com.