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UK farmers succeed in Canada

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By Trevor Bacque Life events often come in a series of three. For Richard and Annette Arnold, this was the absolute truth. In 1994, the...

Stuck on You

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By Trevor Bacque  A visit to any Prairie farm often doubles as free admission to a one-of-a-kind museum of invention. Farmers are plagued by unique...

Opportunities in Adversity

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By Natalie Noble  At the turn of the century, nine-year-old Kevin Steeves sat at his desk in the fourth grade classroom at Bluffton School, planning...

Returning to His Roots

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If you live in Canada, Western Canada in particular, the name Jim “Jimmy” Pattison is no doubt very familiar. Patriarch to one of the...

Pan for Gold 

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By Trevor Bacque  Trevor Scherman can’t sit still. He’s had that problem ever since he was a youngster, tinkering with items around the family farm in northwest...

Entrepreneurial Drive Runs Deep

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By Natalie Noble In 1918 Arthur (Art) Wildfong, traveled west to Saskatchewan from Ontario as part of a threshing crew. Although likely not yet on...

Prairie Preservation

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By Trevor Bacque For Garnet Martin, his rural life is best summed up with three words: family, farming and finances, with family being the unshakable...

Stepping out of the comfort zone

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By Trevor Bacque  An unspoken goal of many farmers is to take what their parents created and try to make it better than when they...

Shoot for the Stars

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By Natalie NobleIn January of 2023, two urban-dwelling students enrolled in agriculture technology programming at Olds College will receive the first Robert Saik AgTech...

Hope On The Horizon

By Natalie Noble With all the challenges facing Canadian agriculture today, more and more farmers are expanding business to improve stability and security. Grant and...

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