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By using Global Positioning Systems (GPS) and doing annual soil testing, farmers make sure that every bit of hog manure is used to its best advantage while reducing their carbon footprint.
Sept. 21 to 25 marks the sixth annual Farm and Food Awareness Week across the province.
Bringing together their skills and harvesting equipment, a group of Manitoba farmers managed to harvest a 300-acre plot of canola in under four hours, all for a charity that helps feed people in developing countries around the world.
Fall is a great time to take care of some very important aspects for managing forage hay fields and pastures.
After some recent chilly nights and frosty mornings, farmers in Southern Manitoba can look forward to some favourable weather on the horizon as the forecast is calling for mostly sunny skies and warmer temps through the next 14 days.
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Federated Co-operatives Limited | Winnipeg, Man.
Dairytech | Lethbridge, Alta.
Not a bad week if I say so my self.
Never in my farming career have I seen the demand for grain so strong at harvest time.
Take a virtual tour to see what makes the patented pod shatter reduction technology from InVigor special.
In this video, we learn more about Gelbvieh cattle and meet some ranchers who are raising the breed on their operations.
Today we discuss land rental considerations from a farmer's perspective.
Location: Leader, Sask.