assistive technology: But he hires seasonal help to keep the cherry operation moving, according to CTV. I've been at it all my life, he says. His children have gone on to start lives of their own, though he gets some help running his farmers market from his daughter-in-law. I enjoy it. Farmers staying on the job longer can restrict land options of younger farmers, making it harder for beginners to crack into the industry, experts say. For McManus and many farmers across the country, assistive technology, help from seasonal hires and family members, and a general improvement in the health of U.S. seniors in recent decades have helped them remain productive well into their 60s, 70s and beyond. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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