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Extending the Life of Your Equipment With Hardfacing

Every part involved in the rigors of farming is exposed to destructive wear. Farmers, manufacturers and machinery dealers are finding benefits through advanced hardfacing methods that reduce costs, prolong equipment life, eliminate downtime and reduce unnecessary parts inventories. 

Troy Feuss, Global Hardfacing Manager of Cleveland-based Postle Industries, provided practical information on hardfacing during a digital demonstration, helping farmers and manufacturers select the application most appropriate for their ag equipment.  

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Ask A Farmer Podcast: What is Vertical Farming?

Video: Ask A Farmer Podcast: What is Vertical Farming?

One of the biggest risks in producing food is the weather. Uncertain around rain, heat, frost, wind and other weather-related disasters results in a lot of sleepless nights for farmers and ranchers in this country. But what if we take the largest risk out of the equation? Vertical farming has been developing throughout Canada as a method to reduce risk and provide a localized food option for certain products. Alida Burke from Growcer, a Canadian start up modular, vertical farming company, will explain more about how vertical farming fits into our food system.