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The Easy Button

By Natalie Noble Grain sampling at harvest. The time-consuming practice yields poor representation and inaccurate results more often than not, but that’s about to change....

A New Green Revolution in Agriculture

By Claude Rene Flueckiger Biological products will revolutionize agriculture by replacing chemical fertilizers and chemical pesticides in the $240 billion crop protection and fertilizer market. Biologicals include...

Back to Basis

By Natalie Noble  Gone are the days when the most successful farmer sat on the tractor in the field the longest. Today’s farmer is connected, tech-savvy and...

The Farmer’s New Workhorse

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It’s understandable that sometimes the Can-Am Defender HD10 is misunderstood. It’s easy to call it a sharp and popular UTV, but it’s not just that. The specific...

Stocked Storehouse

Madeleine Baerg Canadian farmers have always stored a portion of their crop on-farm, knowing they gain better marketing control and more competitive pricing if they can hold...

Prescription Required

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By Alexis Kienlen By Dec. 1, 2018, cattle producers will no longer be able to go into a farm store and purchase antimicrobials or antibiotics....

Relevant Research

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By Geoff Geddes For those who think “relevant research” is an oxymoron, the new Livestock and Forage Centre of Excellence (LFCE) at the University of...

A Leg up on the Competition

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Jeff Melchior No matter what point you are at in life, chances are, somewhere along the way you had a mentor. Be it a parent,...

A Quick Guide to Choosing Your Ag School

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By Jeff Melchior Today’s agriculture school is not your dad’s agriculture school. Although fundamental skills such as agronomy and equipment operation are still the bread-and-butter...

What is Delta T and why is it Important for Spraying?

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By Tom Wolf Delta T, also known as “wet bulb depression,” is an atmospheric moisture parameter whose use in spraying has made its way to...

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