Fire Ants: Are They As Bad As You Think?
Apr 04, 2017
Tom Royer explains how fire ants can move to new ecosystems and what it takes for them to stay in that area.



Fire Ants: Are They As Bad As You Think?

Fire Ants: Are They As Bad As You Think?

Tom Royer explains how fire ants can move to new ecosystems and what it takes for them to stay in that area.... More
Planting A Seed For Growth

Planting A Seed For Growth

SUNUP heads to Pushmataha County to see how 4-Hers are helping folks make reentry into society a little easier.... More
Market Monitor

Market Monitor

Kim Anderson says rain is good for the wheat plant, but it is not good for the price.... More
Cow-Calf Corner: How Many Bulls To Do The Job?

Cow-Calf Corner: How Many Bulls To Do The Job?

Glenn Selk has advice for planning how many bulls to put with a herd of females.... More
 Implications of USDA Grain Stocks and Prospective Plantings Reports for Corn and Soybean Prices

Implications of USDA Grain Stocks and Prospective Plantings Reports for Corn and Soybean Prices

The webinar will review the USDA’s March Grain Stocks and Prospective Plantings reports and discuss the implications for the supply and demand balance sheets and prices of corn and soybeans for the 2016-17 and 2017-18 marketing years.... More
 Year Round Grazing

Year Round Grazing

Ben Stuart explains how their farms in Alberta and Saskatchewan are implementing a year-round grazing operation.... More
 World Oilseed Situation And Outlook - Daniel Basse

World Oilseed Situation And Outlook - Daniel Basse

Daniel Basse, President, AgResource Company, Chicago IL, discusses the current situation and outlook for world oilseed supplies, movement and prices through the end of the 2016-17 crop year and the outlook for acreage, production and prices in the upcoming 2017-18 crop year.... More

The North: You’re Not Alone

The North: You’re Not Alone

OMAFRA has Agriculture Development Advisors in every district in northern Ontario. See how they can help you grow your business.... More
Ephemeral Erosion - Craig Derickson

Ephemeral Erosion - Craig Derickson

Craig Derickson, Nebraska Natural Resources Conservation Service State Conservationist, explains how the NRCS will conduct conservation compliance reviews and assist producers in controlling ephemeral erosion.... More
Growing Season Forecast - Elwynn Taylor

Growing Season Forecast - Elwynn Taylor

Elwynn Taylor, Iowa State University professor of ag meteorology, describes current conditions across the Corn Belt and previews potential weather scenarios for the 2017 growing season.... More
Winter Wheat Scouting - Stephen Wegulo

Winter Wheat Scouting - Stephen Wegulo

Stephen Wegulo, Nebraska Extension plant pathologist, says wheat growers can be scouting their fields for stripe rust, fungal leaf spot diseases and powdery mildew.... More
Cattle Market Analysis - Shane Ellis

Cattle Market Analysis - Shane Ellis

Shane Ellis, Iowa State Extension livestock economist, talks about market price movements, Brazil’s meat exports and margins for cow/calf producers.... More
 Canada

Canada's Hopper Car Fleet - The Situation in 5 Minutes

What is the future of Canada's publicly-owned hopper car fleet? What strategic considerations should we be taking and who will be responsible for replacing the cars? CCGA's Steve Pratte explored these questions in his presentation at FarmTech 2017.... More
 Marc Hutlet Seeds Update

Marc Hutlet Seeds Update

Planter maintenance tips to prepare for spring 2017.... More
 Farmers Carbon Tax Meeting

Farmers Carbon Tax Meeting

Farmers Carbon Tax Meeting - Altona, MB.... More
 April Fools on the Farm

April Fools on the Farm

Marshmallow Farming. April 1st showers have devastated the marshmallow crop.... More
 How Budget 2017 Proposes To Punish Farmers

How Budget 2017 Proposes To Punish Farmers

You know this is a budget with record spending, with limited potential. In fact we're going to spend some hundred and forty billion dollars over the next ten years and have our GDP actually decline. This is very very concerning because actually what we're seeing happening here in Canada is we're... More
The Veldman Family Story: Three generations working to feed Ontario families 365 days a year

The Veldman Family Story: Three generations working to feed Ontario families 365 days a year

The Veldman Family Story: Three generations working to feed Ontario families 365 days a year... More
Inside Grain Farmers of Ontario - Episode 39: Market Development - Gordon Food Services Show

Inside Grain Farmers of Ontario - Episode 39: Market Development - Gordon Food Services Show

Grain Farmers of Ontario's new video series – Inside Grain Farmers of Ontario. This weekly update will feature interviews with staff to highlight news and activities from the different departments within our organization.... More
Farmers Learn How To Build Consumer Trust

Farmers Learn How To Build Consumer Trust

Research conducted by the Center for Food Integrity shows more than 80-percent of consumers want to know more about where their food comes from.... More
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