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Future Focus

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Shannon VanRaes When Jarrod Kuhn looks out onto his main farmyard near Acadia Valley, Alta., he doesn’t see 13 50-thousand-bushel bins—he sees his savings account. “I look at our...

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...

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...

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...

Puttin’ in Time

By Trevor Bacque When Giles Norek thinks about where the family farm was 50 years ago compared to today, he pauses and draws a long, measured breath....

Raise a Glass

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By Trevor Bacque Innovation comes in all shapes and sizes and primary agriculture is a hotbed for this practice. At Strathmore, Alta., the Hilton family...

Grow the future

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By Natalie Noble The Aberhart family is working together to advance agriculture in Canada for their family, their industry and a better future for everyone....

Floods, droughts and climate change – what will the future hold?

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The Canadian Prairies are no stranger to weather extremes and natural disasters. Floods and droughts here are among the costliest natural disasters in Canada,...

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...

Future Frontier

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By Natalie Noble Not so long ago, self-driving tractors and technology allowing one person to remotely operate multiple machines might have seemed a futuristic science...

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