Embracing technology

Our Mission

The mission of the Farm Innovation Expo is simple. Find technology that works with (not limited to) organic crop farming.

Find equipment, technology and products that are innovative and / or solve problems that either we or our clients are facing.

We recognize these problems are widespread – From record management (field activity, population maps, harvest records) to marketing grain, and from equipment issues to agronomy solutions.

It is our goal to build a networking platform for serious farms to meet with quality vendors, and help both parties succeed. 

Why We Built This

About The Event

At Crop Fertility Services, we started with a field day to unveil how beneficial a precision cultivator with a camera guided slide hitch, as well as a tine weeder could be to help manage weed control on organic farms, specifically in row crops.

We could’ve never imagined how this would grow. This event truly is one of a kind, particularly for Organic Farmers. Nowhere else is there a field demonstration of this size, with multiple different competing brands operating side by side. 

Now in it’s 5th year, the event has grown to a size where we have farmers and vendors traveling from across North America to see it all take place in the field.

We would love it if you joined us this year! 


Our largest event, in it’s 4th annual season welcomed farmers from over 20 US States, Canada and Mexico.


Now in it’s 3rd year, we expanded the reach of the event to include farmers from 6+ states.


The event was in it’s 2nd year. We demonstrated camera hitches from multiple manufacturers, including John Deere.


Built to showcase the difference between precision cultivation and simply moving dirt. 

Building a network

For Like Minded Row Crop Farmers

The feedback was extraordinary, and the common question was “will you host another event next year? I’ll be telling my friends and neighbors about this!” So, the Farm Innovation Expo was born.

As we looked deeper into our own network as well as our personal farms, we began to look at patterns that we felt attributed to our success, and began to use Farm Innovation Expo as a platform to share these tools and techniques with others in the organic industry.

Technology plays a far larger role than we would have initially given credit to. The further we looked into technology, the more we wanted to share.

Now, the Farm Innovation Expo has become our tool to share with other serious farmers about successful organic farming methods and techniques, and to create more sustainable practices and yields year in year out with better methods of controlling weeds.