Workers load products at a Farmers Business Network facility in Newton, Iowa. OMAHA, Neb. —Inside a packed arena last December, 2,700 farmers sipped coffee from paper cups and listened to remarks on the Midwestern economy: incomes down, costs up and bankruptcies rising.
He was Charles Baron, co-founder of Farmers Business Network, or FBN, a Silicon Valley startup that is trying to build an Amazon-like online marketplace for agricultural supplies. Mr.
A Silicon Valley startup wants to be like Amazon for farmers. It hasn't been easy. https://t.co/SGhu41yGtg— WSJ Tech (@WSJTech) September 1, 2020