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What are the current custom work rates in Ontario. Perhaps someone could include a link to find this information.

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http://www.omafra.gov.on.ca/english/busdev/facts/07-019.pdf

This is the most recent one I'm aware of.

It isn't exactly thorough or up to date but it's a start.
Thanks Dale.

Do you do any custom work? If so how do you find the demand for your services this year. Seeing most crops are behind and producers are struggling to take off the soybean crop. I would think custom work demand has picked somewhat. Any thoughts Dale.
2009 soys(Wallace) was $38.00 per acre for combining JD unit with 25ft flex head and Crary air reel
$18.00 per acre to no till SRWW(emitt) into bean trash
Located in Grey County(Durham area)

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