Farming is still the most important and most common source of living in the world. With the advancement of technology, farming becomes more accessible and modernized, but it has affected many people who depend on agriculture. The study aims to find out the impact of introducing the mechanized reaper on the livelihood of farmworkers in selected barangays of one city in northern Luzon. The researchers used the basic qualitative design using the interview and observation as the prime data gathering procedures. Farmworkers who were not landowners from different select barangays were chosen as participants. Results showed that technological innovations like the mechanized reaper had caused unemployment and migration among the participants, thus leading to engagement in alternative livelihood endeavors like poultry and livestock production. This study provides ramifications to policymaking to generate sustainable opportunities to improve the economic well-being of the farmworkers.