In this episode of Plow and Pencil, Bryce McPhail introduced HitchPin’s newest feature, Storefronts. Storefronts are the better way to do business online in agriculture with your personalized free web page that allows you to use HitchPin’s safe transaction process anywhere.
l had the pleasure of sitting down with two of my colleagues at HitchPin, Lexi Wright, and Bryce McPhail. Lexi and her husband farm outside of Manhattan with their four children while Lexi also owns Back Pocket Social Marketing. Bryce is the Product Manager at HitchPin and has been with us almost a year. Bryce and his team have been hard at work making updates to HitchPin to provide an excellent user experience.
Youth are the future of our industry and we are excited to share Will Stroda’s story with you today. Will was the very first person to transact on HitchPin and is a perfect example of the next generation in agriculture.
Katherine owns and runs her family’s small livestock farm in the metropolitan area of Central Ohio. Harrison Farm focuses on celebrations, animals, and teaching. The mission of the farm is to connect people with animals and farming. She raises primarily sheep, goats, and chickens. On her farm, she hosts numerous agritourism events including Goat Yoga, on-farm dinners, private events, and educational tours.
Bryce McPhail is the Product Manager at HitchPin and enjoys every opportunity he gets to brag on his skilled team of developers building the technology that serves farmers and ranchers on HitchPin.com.Bryce shares a behind the scenes look at why he’s passionate about building the best marketplace for agriculture and the work, design, and complexity of creating a tool that will serve a very diverse industry with exactly what they need to keep their businesses efficient.
Founder of ag technology start up, HitchPin – the best marketplace for agriculture – Trevor McKeeman discusses where the idea for HitchPin came from, how the platform has taken shape, and how building something incredibly complex to be extremely simple to use has challenged the team at HitchPin to think strategically and use input from farmers and ranchers as a guide.