Berry Growers of Ontario Partner with Croptracker

The Berry Growers of Ontario (BGO) have recently teamed up with Croptracker to provide its members with tools to aid record-keeping, operations management, and traceability. If you are an BGO member, you are now eligible to receive a free Enterprise-level Croptracker package.

 

This announcement is the culmination of a year’s worth of collaboration between Ontario berry growers and the Croptracker team to develop processes that meet the unique needs and challenges of berry crop production. One such process is the development of the ability to calculate and track piecework harvesting. This allows growers to track individual employee labour and manage piecework rates effectively.

The association’s need for digital food safety documentation was also key factor in its decision to equip its members with Croptracker. The service’s sophisticated, cloud-based food safety traceability features combined with its record-keeping and operations management capabilities form the backbone of Croptracker’s mission: to make food production safer, more efficient, and more profitable for growers.

 

“Croptracker is a very intuitive program that provides growers with food safety traceability and so much more. I encourage all berry growers to take advantage of the opportunity to work with this software. It is an Ontario product that understands the needs of growers.”

Kevin Schooley, Executive Director of The Berry Growers of Ontario

 

Croptracker would like to thank the Berry Growers of Ontario and is excited to welcome its members to the service.

 

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Funding for the development of Croptracker for berries was provided in part through Growing Forward 2 (GF2), 
a federal-provincial-territorial initiative. The Agricultural Adaptation Council assists in the delivery of GF2 in Ontario.