Jacqui Empson Laporte

Jacqui Empson Laporte

Jacqui Empson Laporte has been working in stewardship and agriculture for years and she talks about why we need both landlords and renters (and custom farmers and agronomists) at the table when it comes to decision making on the farm. ... More
Meet Prof. Praveen Saxena

Meet Prof. Praveen Saxena

Praveen Saxena is a professor in our Department of Plant Agriculture and Director of the Gosling Research Institute for Plant Preservation. ... More
How Dairy Cows Are Milked - Breakfast on the Farm

How Dairy Cows Are Milked - Breakfast on the Farm

Meet Graham, one of the hosts of the Breakfast On The Farm event planned for June 22, 2013. Since cows are milked early in the morning, visitors to the farm will miss seeing milking. ... More
Scott Graham, EFO Chair

Scott Graham, EFO Chair

EFO Chair, Scott Graham Call to Order and Chairs Address at the 51st Egg Farmers of Ontario Annual Meeting ... More
AgPhD: Herbicide Carryover Issues

AgPhD: Herbicide Carryover Issues

Brian and Darren Hefty talk about herbicide carryover. ... More
The benefits of the Clearfield Canola production system

The benefits of the Clearfield Canola production system

Andrew Reid, Technical Service Specialist at BASF Canada tells us about the benefits of the Clearfield Canola production system, a non GMO Canola seeds offering higher returns on investment. Combined with Ares herbicide for control of lamb’s quarters, wild buckwheat, cleavers and volunteer canol... More
Wet Weather Affects Louisiana Rice Planting

Wet Weather Affects Louisiana Rice Planting

It’s a sharp contrast for Louisiana rice farmers. Farmers in the southern part of the state have completed their planting for the most part, while those in the northern part of the state haven’t started. LSU AgCenter correspondent Craig Gautreaux has this report. ... More

Ag Research Funding Is Vital

Ag Research Funding Is Vital

Farmers are encouraging Congress to continue to fund public agricultural research, after several years of cuts. Michelle Rook looks at why public research is needed to improve farm productivity and provide food for a growing population. ... More
OFA in the Field

OFA in the Field

OFA in the Field is a collection of photos compiled by OFA field staff throughout 2015. The video was displayed at the 2015 OFA Annual General Meeting and Convention. ... More
How the International Year of Pulses will impact the Canadian pulse market

How the International Year of Pulses will impact the Canadian pulse market

Robyne Bowness, Pulse Research Scientist at Alberta Agriculture discusses how the International Year of Pulses will have an effect on consumer consumption of pulses and how that could effect demand for Canadian producer and the world market.... More
Canola Situation and Outlook With Dr. Derek Brewin - CTV Farmgate

Canola Situation and Outlook With Dr. Derek Brewin - CTV Farmgate

Dr. Derek Brewin, Agribusiness and Agricultural Economics, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB discusses the current situation and the outlook for Canadian canola movement and prices through the end of the 2015-16 crop year and the outlook for acreage, production and prices in the upcoming 2016... More
Alfalfa Weevil Update

Alfalfa Weevil Update

We offer advice from the E-Pest Alert newsletter on alfalfa weevil larvae.... More
Giant Ragweed - Amit Jhala

Giant Ragweed - Amit Jhala

Amit Jhala, Nebraska Extension weed management specialist, describes how producers can better control glyphosate-resistant giant ragweed. ... More
Using A Penetrometer To Detect Soil Compaction

Using A Penetrometer To Detect Soil Compaction

Dr. Francisco Arriaga presents the basics of using a penetrometer to detect soil compaction. ... More
Robert Graham reviews the details of a farmland rental lease

Robert Graham reviews the details of a farmland rental lease

Robert Graham, a lawyer with Miller Thomson LLP in Guelph, reviews the details of a farmland rental lease, and why it is a good idea for every landlord to have one. ... More
 Identifying Challenges, Gaps, Trends and Opportunities Facing the Growth of Canada

Identifying Challenges, Gaps, Trends and Opportunities Facing the Growth of Canada's Bioeconomy

Breakout sessions of participants at the March 30-31, 2016 Bioproducts Cluster Workshop in Toronto assessed the challenges, gaps, trends and opportunities facing growth of various sectors of Canada's bioeconomy. The workshop, hosted by Bioindustrial Innovation Canada (BIC) focused on the theme "... More
Monitor Stored Grain - Tamra Jackson-Ziems

Monitor Stored Grain - Tamra Jackson-Ziems

Tamra Jackson-Ziems, Nebraska Extension plant pathologist, says dramatic temperature swings reinforce the need for corn growers to monitor the condition of their stored grain. ... More
IPTV: Market Analyst Angie Setzer

IPTV: Market Analyst Angie Setzer

Millions of Americans get a bump in pay to $15 per hour. The nation’s largest grocer adopts a cage-free egg policy. Winter’s freeze helps squeeze more profit from the fruit of the vine. Market analysis with Angie Setzer.... More
2016 USDA Report: Your Strategic Planning Tool by FCC Videos Management

2016 USDA Report: Your Strategic Planning Tool by FCC Videos Management

The latest U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Report forecasts U.S. agricultural production and the prices of major crops and livestock over the next 10 years. ... More
2016 March Classic Opening Remarks - Mark Brock

2016 March Classic Opening Remarks - Mark Brock

Grain Farmers of Ontario is proud to present the 2016 March Classic, expected to draw over 700 attendees from farms across Ontario, as well as grain industry and government representatives. The event offers great networking opportunities and a chance to connect with, and hear from, influencers. ... More
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