Farm gate Price received by a farmer for an agricultural commodity produced by him/her has been defined as the average (notional or actual) price measured at his farm gate at which he disposes of the commodity. So, farm gate price is the net price of the product when it leaves the farm, after marketing costs have been subtracted. Since many farms do not have significant marketing costs, it is often understood as the price of the product at which it is sold by the farm (the farm gate price). Please note that the farm gate value is typically lower than the maximum retail price consumers pay in a store as it does not include costs for shipping, handling, storage, marketing, and profit margins of the involved companies.
IFA Farm-Gate Price offers the updated local, regional, national as well as international farm gate price to the end users. The price offered by the traders will be matched with the price demanded by the farmers to facilitate the effective transaction between them. IFA farm gate price reveals the best price offered to the farmers for their agricultural commodities.