Land, Equipment and Services

WBPANS is offering a regularly updated listing for equipment, land and services related to wild blueberry production. To get your property, piece of equipment or service listed, or to look for those items please contact the office with basic details of what you want to post – 902-662-3306 or

Items and services listed are for the benefit of wild blueberry growers and should be directly related to wild blueberry production. WBPANS reserves the right to not list items deemed inappropriate. WBPANS does not endorse the sale or purchase of any item listed. WBPANS offers a portal for growers to buy and sell equipment, land and services. WBPANS receives no benefit from any transaction. All transactions are between the owner listed and those who contact them.

Equipment for sale (ie. tractor, mower, harvester etc.)

Wanted/OfferingType of EquipmentAge & DetailsAsking PriceContact Details
OfferingSprayer (Spra-Coupe 4460)2011$55,000 CAD506-479-0935

Land for sale (Whole Farm or Individual field)

Wanted/OfferingLocationDescription of Property (area, average yields, etc)Asking Price (for sale or lease)Contact Details
OfferingJoggins, N.S. 110 acre lot with 38 acres of wild blueberries and potential to develop an additional 20 acres. All inputs have been applied. Property harvests this year. Crop records supplied upon request. $225,000 David Harrison, 902-216-1105,
Offering Upper Musquodoboit, NS78 acres of wild blueberry land in Upper Musquodoboit area. The fields are located on 5 separate PIDs and will be subdivided prior to closing. To view a video tour of the fields, go to:
For more information see MLS: 202119119 on
Surveys available upon request. Production numbers are available for serious buyers once a conditional offer has been submitted.
$140,000 + HSTAndrew Keddy, Royal LePage Truro Real Estate
902-899-4106 or

Services (custom harvesting, spraying, pollination etc.)

Wanted/OfferingType of ServiceRegions where services are offeredRatesContact Details


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