farmOS is a web-based application for farm management, planning, and record keeping. It is developed by a community of volunteers and aims to provide a standard platform for farmers, developers, and researchers to build upon.

The farmOS server is built on top of Drupal, which makes it modular, extensible, and secure. A client app is also in the works to provide native (Android/iOS) and offline functionality. Both are licensed under the GNU General Public License, which means they are free and open source.

To learn how to use farmOS, refer to the User Guide.

You can contribute to the project by making a donation or contributing in other ways.

For more information, read the Frequently Asked Questions.



In this video by Chris Callahan at UVM Extension's Agricultural Engineering Program, Michael Stenta provides an overview of the motivations behind farmOS. Why he started the project, why he uses Drupal as the development framework and why it is open-source. Available on YouTube:

GODAN Documentary Web Series

farmOS was featured in the GODAN Documentary Web Series: "OPEN FARMS", available on YouTube:

CNBC Special

farmOS was featured in a CNBC special: CNBC: The Future Of Farming Is Utilizing Data In An Open Source Network Of Farmers.

2017 NOFA Summer Conference

Michael Stenta presented a farmOS workshop at the 2017 NOFA Summer Conference. It covers the core features of farmOS, how to get started, where to find help, and how to contribute back to the project.

The full workshop recording is available on YouTube: []

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