How do big farmers hope to pick the next crop? Carefully — but with robots

Updated 5:51 PM; Posted 5:51 PM

I saw another video of peppers being picked by robots.  It looks like the days of repetitive manual labour is starting to come to an end.  They still haven’t figured out how to pick strawberries fully yet, but they will.  My job in Melfort will someday also be automated.  I hope that before its time they are automated, that I’m retired.
Costs for robots right now are expensive, but will drop with increased production.  I could see the need to use roundup also dimminishing if they make robots that hoe and pull weeds, so in some ways the future of progress holds hope for better more nutritious foods.  Cheaper prices too.
But people are going to have to find other work to do.
2 THESSALONIANS 3:10 For even when we were with you, this we commanded you: that if any would not work, neither should he eat.
People may end up working less hours to put food on their table, lets hope so.

Climate Change Religion And Related Cover-Ups: What The Hell Is NASA Hiding?

Fri, 02/15/2019

More children relying on food banks to eat, according to new report

Feb 15, 2019

Saskatchewan has the highest proportion of children relying on food banks in the country, according to a new report from Food Banks Canada.
The 2018 report found 43.5 per cent of individuals served by food banks in Saskatchewan were children, higher than the Canadian average of 35.2 per cent. Kim Scruby, Executive Director the Prince Albert, told paNOW the percentage of children using their food bank is even higher.
“We’re at 48 to 51 per cent depending on the month,” he said.
The national report revealed that food bank use in Saskatchewan grew 76.9 per cent between 2008 and 2016. Scruby said something he has noticed at their food bank is that there is a direct correlation between the unemployment rate and the number of hampers they distribute each month.
“Inflation has got a lot to do with it and rent seems to be rising, you know that’s peoples’ biggest expenditure each month and without rent controls, it can rise as much as the landlord chooses to do it,” he said.
While the stock market keeps going up (for now), many average people are not doing well.  Scripturally the goal is to stay out of debt and remain employed.  It takes many sacrifices to get ahead (saving money).  Buying a cheap house in a small town beats paying rent.  I’m glad and thank Ahayah that I took the harder route to live with less.  As long as Trump remains in power, the stock market may hold.  But I’m still wary of the market as the world economies have gone down.

Suddenly, There Are TONNES Of Homes For Sale In Vancouver, And Prices Are Coming Down

The typical Vancouver detached home lost $150,000 in value over the past year.

Looks like reality is starting to shine

Australia Housing Prices DROP Again! One Million Australians At Risk of Negative Equity!

Australia Housing Prices DROP Again! One Million Australians At Risk of Negative Equity!
Published on Feb 2, 2019

46% of Canadians on the brink of insolvency as rates rise: Survey

46% of Canadians on the brink of insolvency as rates rise: Survey

Published on Jan 21, 2019

CTV’s Chief Financial Commentator Pattie Lovett-Reid discusses a new survey conducted for MNP which reveals almost half of Canadians are within $200 of not being able to pay monthly bills – and how consumers can avoid falling victim to financial quicksand.
My parents are looking for a new house and I told them to hold off. Now they tell me prices have dropped $50K on a house. General January and General February are good times to put in stink bids on properties, when no one else is looking in the extreme cold.
Once the snow melts and spring arrives, expect prices to bounce back a bit. But people are broke and over leveraged. Trudeau’s Carbon tax will start sinking these families soon when the carbon tax gets implemented, as most families only have $200 wiggle room.

Polar Vortex Solar Minimum Global Warming Scam

A Winter Tale of Snow to Remember and Sun Long Ago

Mon, 02/04/2019 – 09:54

I have to work outside during these cold days.  To think that Trudeau and the rest of the globalists want me to pay a carbon 666 tax to fight climate change (was global warming), is absurd!

Their science is crumbling, but they continue with the scam.  The Father and Son control the weather, not man.  Carbon is good for the environment, it is LIFE bearing.

crypto mining.

Dec 22, 2018 I installed the CryptoTab mining browser.  Today is Feb 4th and I have made 3.0174 USD.  That is with the low price of Bitcoin, it will rise if the price of bitcoin rises.  $3 in a month and a half about.

America’s Debt Crisis: 78% of Americans Live Paycheck To Paycheck

Published on Jan 20, 2019

Very bad numbers.  That is almost everyone!
With interest rates going up there is no place for them to cover.

Saskatchewan & world economy not all roses.

Half of Saskatchewan families on verge of bankruptcy
The latest numbers according to accountancy firm MNP’s Consumer Debt Index is that half of the province’s residents are only $200 away from bankruptcy after they pay their regular bills.
IMF, CEOs warn of slowing world economy on eve of Davos summit
Things are not all roses.  The market is still risky at the moment, despite the recent gains.

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