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Crossing Borders

By Janice Tuff Bill Gates is not only the fourth richest man on Earth, he is also the largest private owner of American farmland, worth...

Canola Update: What Can Growers Expect?

By Lisa Kopochinski If one thing is true about farming, it is not for the faint of heart. Numerous strengths are required to be a...

Return of the Soybean

By Craig Lester Planted soybean acres on the Prairies may have taken it on the chin a little bit this year. Brendan Phillips of Grand Bend...

What Will The Market Remember About These Uncertain Times?

By Vincent CloutierEarly this spring, we watched live the horror of the Russian aggression and the unspeakable courage of the Ukrainian people against the...

Lighten Your Footprint

By Steve Werblow Rushing into the field to save a day can leave farmers with soil compaction that may reduce crop yields and increase fuel...

Scouting 101 – Use the Future to Improve Now

By Tammy Jones If I had a dream… Future weed control consists of armies of drones being deployed to control specific weeds at specific growth stages...

How Secure is Farm Data?

By Jaclyn Krymowski  Like much of the world, data now plays an integral role in our daily life. This is extended to modern agriculture from research to...

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...

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