Automated machinery can allow for increased market opportunities
December 15, 2020 By Fruit and Vegetable
For many producers, increasing automation in farm operations is necessary to break into new or larger markets. But the costs can be prohibitive, so it’s important to weigh the pros and cons before making the leap.
Noggins Corner Farm Ltd., a Nova Scotia-based tree fruit farm, has purchased automated equipment thanks to a government loan program. The investment was made in an effort to enter the markets in the eastern U.S. and Ontario. |READ MORE
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