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Submitted by Bharpoor Singh Sekhon on

In Punjab state of India, farm equipments are purchased by village level cooperative societies. These implements are then rented out to the member-farmers, who are usually small farmers. In that way, the element of easy farm machinery availability in superfarms gets introduced in the small farming sector. I think if such cooperative farming models are introduced for testing in other places in developing countries, many desirable features of superfarms can be used for enhancing food security and farm profits.

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