NEW WEBSITE INCREASES BUYING POWER FOR FARMERS AND LIVESTOCK INDUSTRY
Buckhead, Georgia- The first online feed commodity, grain and fiber connection platform, TAG.AG, launched February 1, 2019 to help farmers and the livestock industry increase input efficiency, reduce production costs, and gain back buying power.
In a market that is as volatile as agriculture, competitive pricing, quality, and options are crucial to a producer’s success. TAG.AG sets out to create a connection platform where buyers feel more in control of their commodity purchases and sellers can find new customers and transaction opportunities saving valuable time and resources. The site also directly and instantly connects feed buyers and sellers through the 24/7/365 interactive ‘For Sale’ and ‘Products Wanted’ posting boards.
The interactive posting boards allows users to post products for sale and also to post products they are looking to buy. Users will be able to register as a basic member, providing access to the view the ‘For Sale’ board and post a product on the ‘Looking to Buy’ board, or as a premium member, providing FULL website access. Full website access includes all posting boards, member directory, and market news and updates.
TAG.ag Founder, Tyler Nessmith, who works in feed commodity purchasing, trading and logistics, noticed a huge challenge in finding new customers, new suppliers, and the difficulty producers had trying to locate specific product.
He said: “My time in the ag industry has taught me many things- time is important, cost is vital, and connections are essential.
“Too many times I listened to buyers frustrated overs costs or lack of product access and in the same breath, sellers frustrated spending valuable time cold-calling potential customers with little return on investment.
“Online technologies are the answer to those frustrations, and I look forward to seeing www.TAG.ag create frustration-free grain, fiber and feed commodity transaction opportunities.”
The website officially launched February 1, 2019. For more details on the site functionality, e-mail Tyler Nessmith at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (863) 582-2403.