Co-operation begins at home
CO-OPERATION is easier if it is done in the processing end – meaning on the farm, pooling machinery, fertilizers and so on.
In Finland, co-operation is even more difficult than in the UK, and the basic problem is the same – a handful of big buyers dictating the prices, and eager to import to keep prices low.
Jointly-operated machinery is a start in cutting costs.
OLLI OITTILA, Finland