We are revolutionising farming with an easy, low-cost, service of autonomous, precision agri-robotics for a healthier, more efficient and sustainable future. The UN says that the world must produce 70% more food by 2050, without using more land or destroying more ecosystems. Operating a farm with tractors is no longer the best way to address this challenge. The raw technology already exists which could produce food more cheaply, more accurately and with less waste. To address this challenge we have brought together a team of farmers, professors, service designers and engineers to create an autonomous robotic farming system we call Farming as a Service (FaaS).