Kansas Freedom Farms "ag tech campuses" will provide fully-controlled environments to grow 100% natural foods for human, animal and pet consumption. Our vertical farms will use 100% renewable energy and capture rainwater and humidity for our water resources. By creating fully sustainable operating systems that are independent of natural resources, we use only our own "clean energy" we produce ourselves and water we capture from the sky. Along with that, we use the finest liquid nutrients and seeds to ensure our agriculture products are best-in-class food items that can be grown just about anywhere and meet/exceed USDA Organic standards.
Our vertical farms will eventually have areas "harvested" by AI robots.
Most of our vertical farm operations, data centers and 5G facilities will use traditional manpower and provide terrific, good-paying jobs that offer upward mobility and career paths to ownership as Small Business Owners (SBO) whether as franchisees or divisions designed to scale globally.
As the documentaries note, American farmers are getting older with the average age nearing 60. Very few young people with entrepreneurial spirits and ambition for innovation see agriculture and traditional farming as a "space" where they can thrive, flourish and create opportunities.
Our "ag tech campuses" solve this challenge by creating fully sustainable food, energy and water systems that can be scaled throughout the US as well as internationally. Our nation's young, bright minds with can-do attitudes can become very successful "vertical farmers" and IT owners by learning how Kansas Freedom Farms ingeniously blends multiple technologies into one renewable platform that's very profitable.
CBS This Morning April 24, 2018: Agriculture in the U.S. is in trouble: American farmers are getting older, with their average age just over 58. As farming in general faces a labor shortage, growers are now trying to find a solution with the help of AI technology from Silicon Valley.
Errol Barnett reports.
Zero Mass in Scottsdale, Arizona has pioneering technology that integrates solar energy capture with harvesting humidity through condensation and converting the precipitation to purified water.
Our vertical farms and data centers will capture rainwater, store it and use it for plant hydration. Excess rainwater capture will also be used for data site cooling.
Kansas Freedom Farms will blend traditional farming approaches with state-of-the-art technologies to improve outputs, food safety and farm profitability.
Using an app or online access, you will be able to order grocery items, meals and household consumables that are delivered directly to your door.
KFF will integrate AI and cutting-edge robotics to improve efficiencies and increase production.