Farmobile raises $5.5 million in Series A funding

Farmobile, a Kansas City, Missouri-based farm data technology company, recently announced the completion of a $5.5 million Series A round of equity investment, led by Anterra Capital. 

Farmobile intends to develop new modules in addition to the company’s “dirt to database” platform. Farmobile’s products simplify data collected in the field to enable better decision making about the entire farming cycle. 

“Data is one of the most valuable things a farmer harvests today,” Farmobile founder and CEO Jason Tatge said. “Today’s announcement is a huge win for farmers around the world who want to put their data to work. Farmers ought to own and directly profit from the information they produce. It’s that simple.”

Farmobile has also partnered with DTN/The Progressive Farmer to connect its platform to weather stations for up-to-date weather alerts. 

“We are investing in an experienced team with a superior product that is addressing a large market opportunity,” Dudley Hawes, partner at Anterra Capital, said. “We’ve been looking for technology that can demonstrably make farms more profitable, at scale. Farmobile has both the vision and the grit necessary to spark a revolution in the use of farm data.”

The partnerships Farmobile has established will help it to become the new standard in farm data collection. 

“As we always say,” Tatge said, “No one should ever know more about a farm than the farmer. Farmobile provides a clear alternative to Big Ag’s vertical data silos. We can’t wait to make a difference for thousands of new customers around the world.”

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