Favorite a farm on GrownBy

Favorite a farm on GrownBy

Here is a very quick video on how to favorite a farm on GrownBy 2.0:

There are several reasons that you may want to favorite a farm on GrownBy:
  1. Because you like them!
  2. To enable you to find them quickly from your account.
  3. To show up on their customer list, even without having purchased anything from them.

Once you've found the farm you're looking for, just click on the Favorite button. To see your favorite farms, click on the profile button on the top right and choose "Favorite Farms" from the drop-down menu.

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