EDUCATE. EQUIP. EMPOWER
Bright Agrotech is the leader of high density, practical, and productive vertical farming equipment.
We educate, equip, and empower small farmers to successfully serve their local markets. We believe empowering these farmers helps create access to better food for all people through a distributed network of values-based, economically viable farms.
We offer a variety of products and services that stack the deck for small farmers wanting to grow more food with fewer resources using appropriate growing techniques and technology.
TOOLS FOR THE MODERN FARMER
We work hard to deliver the best information and most appropriate tools to help small farmers like you run economically viable businesses. Unlock your modern farmer’s toolbox here.
Able™ is farm planning software built for farmers, by farmers. More.
The CoolBar™ lighting system uses water-cooled LED technology to reduce the adverse effects of heat in the growing environment, cost, and headaches for indoor farmers. More.
Upstart University™ is an online learning platform helping aspiring farmers plan, build, and operate successful farms. More.
ZipGrow™ Products, including ZipGrow™ Towers and ZipFarm™ vertical farming systems, are the tools used by indoor farmers around the world to grow more with less. More.
Interested in vertical farming?
We’re here to help!
The struggle, the joy
Starting a farm can be a daunting task. We know. We’ve done it. But there’s nothing more rewarding than making money by positively impacting your local community.
What do we do?
Our team coaches farmers of all sizes and scales to plan, build and operate successful farms. So far we’ve helped hundreds of farmers build their farms and start living their dreams.
Why do we do it?
Because we believe in a future where small farmers play a large role in feeding our communities. Where transparency and trust are the new norms of food production and distribution. We believe in making small ag big.
Tools for today’s farmers
We know that with the right combination of coaching, software, and technology, being a “small” farmer doesn’t have to mean growing less.