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GPS area measurement and guidance. Precision farming in Canada.

Hello everybody!

I am representative of a company which last 7 years was oriented on GPS solutions for agriculture.

We made gps area measuring devices with pricing from 330 to 350 USD.

And GPS guidance displays from 950 USD with patch GPS receiver.

So the question: Are you using a similar systems for field jobs? Is it needs in Canada such kind of GPS products which sales mainly via website (direct sales from manufacturer). How much your GPS system cost?

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Adoption of Precision Agriculture technology and practices continues to increase in Ontario and Canada.

Thanks for sharing your technology.

Customer service and education is an important component to any new technology introduction and that is the same for new precision technology products and services.

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