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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...

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...

Dry Down

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By Alexis Kienlen Grain dryers are becoming increasingly useful in Prairie farming and more farmers are snapping them up. Scott Keller, who farms in New...

Tiny and Mighty

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A perpetual thorn in farmers’ sides, pests and diseases require much time, energy and money to control. At large-scale industrial operations and small family...

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...

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...

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...

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