Tile drainage boosts profitability
Is it worth spending $1,000 per acre on tile drainage to get a $40 boost in crop production?
If not, is it worth spending that amount to double net profitability?
In fact, those are both the same question and should have the same answer, according to Brandon-area farmer Aaron Hargreaves.
If tile drainage can boost crop production by 10 per cent, that could offer that crucial margin that floats on top of all the production costs that suck away most of the earnings. For the full story, CLICK HERE.
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