Justin initially chose to implement Conservis on wheat and canola, of which they harvest around 100-150 loads per season. Ensuring no load was lost, misplaced, or linked to another farmer or field, was more of a problem than Lone Star ever dreamt possible. “The canola is a high value crop and we lost a load and caught that, so it was worth probably $20,000,” stated Justin. “Then we had two loads of wheat that we'd lost out of 100-150 and it [Conservis] more than paid for itself.”
Right there and then, Justin knew that if they were losing that kind of money on wheat and canola, there was the potential for even greater loss in corn. Lone Star immediately implemented Conservis on all remaining crops.
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