Paper Pot Transplanters, Jang Seeders, Microgreen Trays, and More!

Want to do the same amount of work in less time?

You’ve come to the right place.

Paper Pot Transplanters

The Paper Pot Transplanter allows a single person to transplant 264 plants covering over 100ft in just minutes.  What used to take hours, now takes minutes.

Works great with a wide variety of crops!

Learn how the paper pot transplanter drastically reduce your farm’s transplanting time.

We are an official distributor of Japanese Paper Pot Transplanting Systems.

Jang Seeders

The Jang JP5 Seeder gives the ability to accurately and quickly seed 5 rows at a time with precision in-row and between row spacing.

Excels with raw and pelleted seed in a almost all soil conditions.

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Jang Seeders - JP1, JP5 used for seeding crops.



Paper Pot Transplanter transplanting crops.



High Quality

Quality matters, quality lasts.  We try to over engineer every product we make.  Our goal is to NEVER have a product break or wear out during normal use.  Countless hours spent during the design process, rigorous product testing, and high quality materials help ensure longetivty. 

Higher quality materials cost more.  There is no way around that.  While many products today are build using inferior materials, we try to build proucts like they did 50 years ago.  Strong, solid, and made to last.

Our products aren’t cheap – we know that.  Given that we want you to get more than your money’s worth and only have to buy a product once.

Locally Made

United States manufacturing is disappearting at a alarming rate.  More and more companies are going oversease to manufcature products to cut costs.  These cost savings come with other costs – the loss of local jobs, the fostering of sub-standard employment and environmental costs in other countries, and often a lesser quality product.   

We don’t believe that the trade-offs are worth it.  Given that our products aren’t as cheap as the could be, but we believe their better than they would be if we tried to cut costs.

Whenever possible we try to manufacture our products within the US or Canada keeping jobs local.  Every purchase supports not only our business, but many other US and Canadian business.

Fair Priced

We price our products as low as we possibly can.  We strive to charge you a fair price while allowing us to make a fair profit to pay our suppliers fairly and ourselves fairly.

Making a quality product locally and innovating new products isn’t cheap.  Producing copious amounts of free educational content isn’t cheap.  But those are things we are committed to. Each purchase supports our endeavours to further this movement and help you into the future.

Sure there are cheaper off brand products.  Sure you can save by low quality Chinese made tools.  But there is a cost.  We might not have the cheapest product out there and we are OK with that, because we know we have the best product out there.  As Benjamin Franklin said “The bitterness of poor quality remains long after the sweetness of low price is forgotten.”


Market Farming Resources

The Paper Pot Transplanter in the Field

Does the perfect job exist? For many farming is the “perfect” job before they start farming and then not so “perfect” afterwards. No job is totally perfect, but there are many things beyond pay and what you do that go to getting it close to perfect. Without some of these parts even the often dreamed out farming turns into a nightmare. That’s what @kitsteiner and I discuss in this one. It’s an episode that had really stuck with people through the years. Enjoy it! ...

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If you want to buy it, but are unsure if you REALLY NEED it, wait two weeks and see if you still want it. Then make a decision. A great tip from David Allen and one that’s really helped me NOT buy stuff over the last few years. The two week pause removes the impulse and emotion from the buy so you can cool off and make a more logical and maybe sane decision. #farmfinance ...

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The FarmHand by @farmerdaveslc. A remote control bed-straddling track-based tractor. This would be a general purpose chassis to add other farm equipment to - flame seeder, cultivating tool, etc. Pretty cool early stage prototype. #electricfarming ...

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If it takes 2 minutes or less, then do it now. It will take more time to circle back to it. Pick up the kids toys, clean the dish, put the tool away, go back for that extra item. Two minute or less, do it now. ...

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All electric tractor at the Small Farm Tool Expo by @solectrac. It will be interesting to see how the farm space starts to adopt more and more electric technology over the next few years and beyond. Exciting time to be involved in farming! #electrictractor ...

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A lot of people talk about having routines. But what happens when you don’t follow the routine? How do you react? How do you recover? How do you change things? It’s not easy to admit that you “failed” but that’s what Jordan MacPhee @maplebloomfarm and I talk about today. It’s a pretty similar situation that many of you might be in. But it’s failing forward to make next year better. Podcast link in profile or listen at #farmsmallfarmsmart #farmpodcast ...

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