What’s New: April’s FarmLead Marketplace Updates

FarmLead is always looking for ways to make buying and selling grain easier for our users. The latest FarmLead Marketplace updates were designed to do just that!

We’re excited to share some of the new features and improvements that we’ve released recently.

FarmLead Marketplace Updates – April 2018

Simplified New Offer Posting Flow

Posting an offer was completely redesigned to make it more efficient to buy and sell grain on FarmLead. The more complete your post is, the better your chances are to make a great deal.

Basis-Only on Grain For Sale Offers

We have now opened up Basis pricing on when posting grain For Sale. If you if have grain to sell and only want to price basis, now simply post your grain for sale and input the basis you are looking for.

Delivered Freight Option for Sellers

This feature makes it even effective to move your commodities with FarmLead. If you have grain to sell and are able to deliver, you can now post grain for sale indicating your delivered price to a specific city or area.

Specifying New Crop Grain Offers

New Crop opportunities are now differentiated with a dedicated icon on individual offers and in Watchlist emails. This makes it easier and faster to identify New Crop deals.

Matching Offers

When you post grain on the FarmLead Marketplace, this feature automatically searches for related bids and asks, connecting you with potential sellers and credit-verified buyers with minimal effort on your end!


Log in today to discover FarmLead’s new features and improvements!

About the Author
Brennan Turner

Brennan Turner is the CEO of FarmLead.com, North America’s Grain Marketplace. He holds a degree in economics from Yale University and spent time on Wall Street in commodity trade and analysis before starting FarmLead. In 2017, Brennan was named to Fast Company’s List of Most Creative People in Business and, in 2018, a Henry Crown Fellow. He is originally from Foam Lake, Saskatchewan where his family started farming the land nearly 100 years ago (and still do to this day!). Brennan's unique grain markets analysis can be found in everything from small-town print newspapers to large media outlets such as Bloomberg and Reuters.

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