Seeing an opportunity in the largely analog world of agriculture, investors have sunk $4 million into FarmLogs, a startup that brings real-time data to farming.
The Series A round, led by Drive Capital, brings FarmLogs‘ total funding to $5 million. Since launching in 2011, the the Ann Arbor, Mich.-based Y Combinator alum has been adopted in 5% of row-crop farms in the U.S., according to the company
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FarmLogs’ software gives farmers data about their crop progress, weather, crop markets and other relevant news. The platform also lets them track …read more
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