Farm to Market Works to Make Farmers Lives Easier
American Farms are Ready to Serve
Our team is working hard to manage the processes of communicating our buyer expectations to the regional coordinators who work directly with our dedicated farmers and clients.
Buyers & Manufacturers
Those Who Need Hemp For Products
Project Leaders interested in contracting with Farm to Market Farmers, please get in touch.
Insurance & Financial
Businesses Seeking Vital Services
Farms, Retail, Manufacturing, Distribution and other Sustainable Business Owners needing banking, payroll, credit card processing, human resources and employee benefits suitable for small to medium sized farms and companies, please get into touch to speak with our trusted partners.
Farmers & Suppliers
Farmers Needed In All States
Farms interested in participating in the prepaid fiber contract, please get in touch.
Wholesale & Resellers
Those Wishing To Sell Products Retail
Store Owners interested in reselling products, please get in touch.
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Thank you for your interest in our products and materials, we look forward to working with you. Please complete the Get a Quote form for all inquiries. For accurate wholesale quotes please include physical shipping zip codes and quantities of products desired. For sourcing requests, as much information as possible regarding specifications of materials.
About Farm to Market
Since 2018, our founders have worked to identify legitimate suppliers of hemp and sustainable goods made in North America. After months of research and assisting farmers in IL, and as legalization of hemp swept the nation, Texas became the focus so we could help our home state succeed in the market place. Farm to Market unpopularly warned farmers to wait and not accept the first promise that rolled through town and to sell their harvests prior to planting - yes be prepaid for their work. While others laughed, the F2M team set out to locate real buyers who understand the value of the farmer. Identifying industrial hemp buyers with proper funding and proper motives meant navigating a flooded scene of cannabidiol overproduction with devalued harvests and a lack of infrastructure for fiber, plastics and fuels. Farm to Market holds to it's original advice and still warns farmers today. Others want to rush you - not F2M - we say "Plant the genetics identified and supplied by your buyer or don't plant at all" It's sound advice and we are okay that not everyone listens - the good folks will.