Nine local hospitality employees have found employment, very quickly after losing their jobs.
But then Costa Tomatoes reached out.
"We will be getting the team back together, once we get back up and running full steam ahead," Ms Maguire said.
"I was contacted by Costa to look at repurposing some of our staff for a few essential roles that they needed to put into place.
"So I have sent them nine of our staff, and I'm just waiting for final commitment that all have been hired, or going from there."
Ms Maguire considered it a fantastic thing for the other company to do.
"We've got to support local and we've got to do as much as we can," she said.
"You know, we're a family business and our staff are our priority, so we wanted to make sure that they're looked after during this whole process.
"We are down to full-time staff and have not actually retrenched any staff yet. But it all depends on demand and government procedures from today onward. It's changing daily and we have to be able to manoeuvre ourselves daily as those changes happen."
Costa Tomatoes general manager Michael Engeman agreed with Ms Maguire, and said the farm made a conscious decision to employ locally from the ranks of those who may have lost their jobs, or lost some hours as a result of what's happening.
"We're always on the lookout for good people, and this might be a good opportunity for someone who might not usually look for another job, but because this has happened, they might end up making a career out of working for us," he said.
"But I also think we are pretty realistic and would have those conversations with people up front."
Mr Engeman said there was a good range of jobs available, from fork-lift drivers, trade maintenance staff, quality control, work safety, HR as well as the regular pick - pack crop work.
"We are looking to recruit cleaners, some marshalls and some people to undertake our temperature testing regime that will be starting this week," he said.
"We will be having mandatory temperature testing for every person who comes on-site, every day, so we need people for that.
"We do anticipate a level of absenteeism, whether it's people returning home, or unwell or needing to self-isolate.
"There is a jobs portal, via the Costa Group's website, where we place positions vacant for people to apply for. People can set up job alerts on that portal too so you can get an email about jobs you may be looking for."