An Innovative, Progressive, and Community Fueled Startup is what Share Farm Brings to the Table

Washington Farm Bureau is excited to announce that our Spokane County Farm Bureau Member, Vincent Peak, the founder of Share Farm, has moved forward as a Top 10 competitor in the American Farm Bureau Ag Innovation Challenge.

The Ag Innovation Challenge encourages startup businesses to compete amongst other U.S. based startups in showcasing their innovative solutions to issues that affect America's farmers, ranchers, and rural communities.

"Share Farm is committed to building a regenerative incentivized food system that benefits farmers, buyers, and the environment. By incentivizing regenerative practices and providing premium pricing for minority farms, ranches, and fisheries, Share Farm is helping to create a more equitable and sustainable food system, Vincent shared."

Washington Farm Bureau President Rosella Mosby shared her sentiment about having a WFB member excelling in their agricultural pursuits, "It is exciting to see startups supporting new and small farmers gaining access to more avenues in which to sell their product. We applaud the innovative, technology-driven effort to support farmers and ranchers in this way.”

Share Farm will be awarded $10,000 for being one of the 10 semifinalists. We are so proud of his accomplishments and can't wait to see him compete at the American Farm Bureau Federation (AFBF) Convention in January. The 2024 AFBF Convention and Tradeshow will be held in Salt Lake City, Utah, January 18 – 23, 2024.

Washington Farm Bureau sends well wishes to Vincent as he prepares to compete in the coming months!

If you are interested in learning more about the Ag Innovation Challenge or membership to the Washington Farm Bureau to be a part of progress and community, you can find out more here!

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