What Makes a Farmer? A Farming Documentary
May 22, 2019

Video: What Makes a Farmer? A Farming Documentary


Corteva Agriscience™ brings you a farming documentary with interviews of devoted farmers from across the country.

 

What Makes a Farmer? A Farming Documentary

What Makes a Farmer? A Farming Documentary

Corteva Agriscience™ brings you a farming documentary with interviews of devoted farmers from across the country.... More
Erin Carlson, a young grower from Summerland, British Columbia

Erin Carlson, a young grower from Summerland, British Columbia

Erin received her agriculture degree in organics at the University of Guelph in Ontario and is also active in local politics representing growers in Summerland. She is the daughter of Jan and Keith Carlson.... More
Growing cannabis in Ontario, Canada

Growing cannabis in Ontario, Canada

This is what gardening looks like at Radicle Medical Marijuana, a licensed cannabis producer for medical patients and for the Ontario Cannabis Retail Corporation.... More
Clearing up confusion on the federal carbon fuel tax

Clearing up confusion on the federal carbon fuel tax

A new federal fuel surcharge comes into effect on April 1, 2019. Farmers in Ontario are eligible for an exemption on fuels used for farming practices, but the details have created some confusion among Ontario’s agriculture industry.... More
New changes to animal care enforcement services

New changes to animal care enforcement services

Changes are coming to animal care enforcement in Ontario. Earlier this year, the Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (OSPCA) announced they would not sign a new contract for their services with the Ontario government. This means that, as of April 1, OSPCA is no longer invest... More
Learn to Fish

Learn to Fish

The Learn to Fish program introduces kids, teens and adults to fishing. This fun and engaging two–hour program combines a practical teaching session with an hour of supervised hands–on fishing.... More
USDA Preparing More Trade Aid for Farmers

USDA Preparing More Trade Aid for Farmers

The trade war with China has escalated and in response the Trump Administration is preparing from $15 to $20 billion in trade assistance for farmers. USDA is working on the details on what that package and payments will look like. Michelle Rook has more.... More

Management for Loose Cornstalks

Management for Loose Cornstalks

The 2019 floods littered many fields with debris, and loose cornstalks have become a major issue. Nebraska Extension Educator John Wilson explains ways producers can manage these unwelcome additions to their fields.... More
Markets with Todd Hultman

Markets with Todd Hultman

DTN Analyst Todd Hultman provides some insight into trade issues with China, what he’s watching for in negotiations and why the talks are impacting more than just soybeans.... More
Farm Basics - Ag PhD Corn Diseases App

Farm Basics - Ag PhD Corn Diseases App

Darren and Brian Hefty tell you about a tool for corn disease identification - the Ag PhD Corn Diseases app.... More
Biosecurity Workshop

Biosecurity Workshop

OntarioSoilandCrop Biosecurity Workshop... More
Dairy Free Stall Cleaner Maintenance

Dairy Free Stall Cleaner Maintenance

Mac Farms Dairy Free Stall Cleaner Maintenance, It's raining outside so we greast the corner wheels and drive unit for the manure scraper inside the main barn.... More
Mental Health for Spring Planting - Arlen Taylor

Mental Health for Spring Planting - Arlen Taylor

If you’re struggling with mental health issues at spring #Plant19, Arlen Taylor of Cedar Creek Trout Farms suggests building your community and having someone you can call.... More
Crop Damage From Wet Fields

Crop Damage From Wet Fields

K-State agronomist, Ignacio Ciampitti, gives suggestions on how to handle the extreme wet conditions producers are facing.... More
Al

Al's Forecast

We’ve seen lots of clear skies and sunshine, but changes may be on the way. Nebraska Extension Climatologist Al Dutcher has this week’s forecast.... More
Poultry Producers Facing Higher Hurdles with USDA Food-Safety Standards

Poultry Producers Facing Higher Hurdles with USDA Food-Safety Standards

Poultry producers can expect to jump higher hurdles as USDA continues to raise the bar for food safety, Ashley Peterson, PhD, senior vice president of scientific and regulatory affairs, National Chicken Council, told Poultry Health Today.... More
John Deere Excavators | Grade Guidance

John Deere Excavators | Grade Guidance

Precision meets productivity with John Deere excavators featuring Grade Guidance. A combination of features work together to help you grade faster and more effectively.... More
John Deere Air Seeding Updates

John Deere Air Seeding Updates

John Deere Air Seeding Updates See the latest updates including our new name and numbering strategy.... More
True Check - Poultry

True Check - Poultry

With True Check, Alltech gives you insight into the availability of nutrients and energy in your feed.... More
Minister of Agriculture discusses canola crisis

Minister of Agriculture discusses canola crisis

Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food Marie-Claude Bibeau joins CPAC's Peter Van Dusen to discuss the ongoing canola crisis between Canada and China.... More
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