New Magazine arriving in mailboxes of farmers in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta
The inaugural issue of Better Farming Prairies
is in the mail and 47,000 farms in southern Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta will be receiving it shortly.
“After recent uncertainty – global trade, political posturing, a horrible harvest year, and many more challenges” says Publisher Paul Nolan, “we hope farmers in the Prairie provinces find this new magazine to be a bit of a bright spot, and a benefit to their family farm.”
Better Farming has a grassroots understanding of the issues affecting Prairie agriculture and the fast-paced changes in our industry. Better Farming has assembled a top-notch team of staff writers and freelance writers based in the prairies. The Better Farming team of writers works closely with farmers and industry representatives to get to the heart of the matters that impact and influence our ag community.
“Both professional farmers and advertisers have been asking us for years to offer our magazine in the Prairie provinces, and we decided that our 20th anniversary of publishing was the perfect time to start a new chapter.”
“With the launch of Better Farming Prairies, the Farms.com Media and Publishing division can now offer integrated media solutions to our clients in the prairie provinces,” says Farms.com President and CEO Graham Dyer. “We welcome thousands of prairie farmers to the Farms.com website each day, and our Farms.com Western Canada eNewsletter reaches thousands of farmers three times each week, not to mention our reach with our Better Pork magazine, our AgCareers.com offerings, and other eNewsletters.”
Regional News in Western Canada on the Farms.com homepage will now be sponsored by Better Farming
“Our social media reach in Western Canada is also impressive, and it helps us to stay in touch with farmers, to listen, and to understand the issues that impact their farming operations,” adds Nolan.
Those farmers that have a received a copy of Better Farming Prairies
will continue to receive magazines in 2020, starting with the January issue. If producers in the Prairie provinces have not received a copy of the magazine, but would like to subscribe, they can subscribe to Better Farming Prairies online, or by calling 888-248-4893 x 281.
The Ontario version of Better Farming and Better Farming Prairies is published by AgMedia Inc., a member of the Farms.com group. AgMedia Inc. also publishes the national Better Pork Magazine.
Farms.com also publishes several other periodicals, including Ag Buyer’s Guide, U.S. Farmer magazine, and the annual Benchmark magazine, as well as several custom publications.
The Farms.com network of businesses include the industry-leading Farms.com portal, Agriville.com, PigCHAMP.com, Farms.com Risk Management, CareersinFood.com, AgCareers.com and De Lacy Executive Recruitment.
For more information contact:
Paul Nolan, Publisher and Editorial Director