Farmers Business Network® Launches Cyber November Event, Delivering Outstanding Value to Farmers
FBN’s biggest-ever sale of crop and livestock inputs offers savings of up to 20%, access to 0% financing, and free delivery direct to the farm on orders over $5,000
SAN CARLOS, Calif. & CHICAGO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Farmer’s Business Network, Inc. (FBN®), the leading direct-to-farm ag tech platform and farmer network, today launched its annual Cyber November event, delivering some of its best farming deals of the year on key crop inputs including seed, crop protection, biologicals and livestock products, helping position farmers for a successful 2021 season.]
“During Cyber November, we put in a fairly large offer for our chemicals. The amount we’ve saved is in the thousands”
For three weeks beginning Monday, November 9, qualified FBN members will be able to:
- Snap up savings of up to 20 percent
- Access 0% financing*
- Not pay until January, 2022
- Have orders shipped directly to their farms, and on orders over $5,000, enjoy free shipping
- Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the safety, security and efficiency of FBN’s direct-to-farm model – compounded by the unmatched prices of Cyber November – empowers farmers to focus on what matters most: a successful season ahead.
“There has simply never been a better time to join and purchase from FBN,” said Amol Deshpande, CEO and Co-Founder of Farmers Business Network®. “FBN is providing upfront value to growers — so they don’t have to wait on rebates — by offering unmatched value to help farmers maximize their ROI and profit potential in the coming year.”
During Cyber November, growers can shop the entire event from home with upgraded functionality and ease, and take advantage of deals like:
- In the U.S., members can lock in 15% savings on Willowood Clethodim 2EC (more than 34% below the 2020 Market Average Price for Select® 2 EC)
- In Canada, FBN members will see savings on FBN Diquat 240 SN (27% below 2020 Market Average Price for Reglone® Ion)
- In Australia, growers are eligible for major savings on Glyphosate for post harvest application
This Cyber November comes on the heels of FBN’s decision to offer free† membership to all independent farmers, providing access to the company’s direct-to-farm commerce, crop marketing, and sustainability platform — which redefines transparency, value and convenience in the agriculture industry.
In the latest illustration of how FBN puts Farmers First®, growers of a range of crops can transform their bottom lines with the Cyber November sale. Last year, farmers from across North America saved thousands of dollars thanks to FBN’s Cyber November sale. Luke Bellar of Bellar Farms in Kansas, who grows corn, soybeans, and wheat, saw firsthand the benefits of FBN’s Cyber November event.
“During Cyber November, we put in a fairly large offer for our chemicals. The amount we’ve saved is in the thousands,” said Bellar. “It’s been a heck of a cost-saver for the family operation.”
FBN has seen a 20% surge in memberships in the past two months as farmers increasingly turn to ecommerce for their inputs, seed, equipment, financing and more. Armed with the additional edge of FBN’s industry-leading agronomics and data analytics, members are seeing their costs drop and their ROIs improve.
“In a year unlike any other, we’re proud to provide unmatched savings to help growers weather this storm as they head into 2021,” Deshpande said.
Farmer’s Business Network, Inc. is an independent ag tech platform and farmer-to-farmer network with a mission to power the prosperity of family farmers around the world, while working towards a sustainable future. Its Farmers First® promise has attracted over 13,000 members to the network with a common goal of maximizing their farm’s profit potential. FBN has set out to redefine value and convenience for farmers by helping reduce the cost of production and maximize the value of their crops.
The FBN network has grown to cover more than 40 million acres of member farms in the U.S., Canada and Australia. Blending the best of Midwestern agricultural roots and Silicon Valley technology, the company has over 600 personnel and offices in San Carlos, Calif., Chicago, Ill., Sioux Falls, S.D., a Canadian Headquarters in High River, Alberta and an Australian Headquarters in Perth.
To learn more, visit: www.fbn.com.