Last Updated on June 15, 2020

Are you looking for a scale to use at your farmers market or farmstand? Here are the best produce scales and best meat scales to help you sell your farm goods for the right price.

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Best Produce Scale & Meat Scale Overall

If you are looking for a good, all-around produce scale or meat scale, this VisionTechShop TVP-30P is a great choice.

This scale weighs products up to 30 lbs and is NTEP approved so it can be used for trade and commercial use.

The scale allows you to enter the price per pound and will tell you and the customer the final price. It even has a pole display that shows the customer the price and weight at eye level.

This is our overall choice for best produce and meat scale.

 

 

Best Produce Scale & Meat Scale Second Choice

Our second choice for best meat and produce scale goes to the TOTTEY PC40LT.

This scale weighs up to 40 lbs and is also NTEP certified so it can be used for trade and commercial use.

The stainless steel design makes this scale look great.

It also has a tower that displays the weight and price at eye level.

Since the edges on the plate are thinner and it costs a little more than the VisionTechShop scale, this isn’t our first choice. However, it is still a really good scale.

This is our second choice for best produce and meat scale.

 

 

Best Produce Scale & Meat Scale on a Budget

If you are looking to save money but still need a good scale, this TORREY LPC40L is the little brother version to our second choice scale.

Yes, this is still not super cheap but it is NTEP certified and finding a NTEP scale that is cheaper than this one and still reliable isn’t easy.

This scale weighs up to 40 lbs like the previous scale and has similar features. It does not, however, have the tower with the weight and price like the previous scale.

If you are looking to save a little money, this is our choice for best produce and meat scale on a budget.

 

 

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My name is Casey and I'm the creator of Farmhacker.com. I created this site so I could share with you everything I know about farming and hopefully help you become a better farmer in the process.

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