Nebraska Farm Real Estate Report
Mar 26, 2020

Video: Nebraska Farm Real Estate Report

The preliminary results for the 2020 Nebraska Farm Real Estate Report have been released. Extension Ag Economist Jim Jansen, one of the survey’s authors, discusses the findings.
 

Nebraska Farm Real Estate Report

Nebraska Farm Real Estate Report

The preliminary results for the 2020 Nebraska Farm Real Estate Report have been released. Extension Ag Economist Jim Jansen, one of the survey’s authors, discusses the findings.... More
LAST DAY OF HAULING OUT THE GRAIN FROM HARVEST

LAST DAY OF HAULING OUT THE GRAIN FROM HARVEST

We had a big day of loading the last of the grain from 2019 harvest. 7 trucks in one day. We also finished the day by loading up the last of the wheat into our grain truck to haul in next week.... More
Soil Sampling Methods For Composite Soil Samples

Soil Sampling Methods For Composite Soil Samples

DuPont Pioneer Field Agronomist Ty Fickenscher discusses different soil sampling methods.... More
Daily Chores, Milking Cows and 1 Massive dog Attacks me!

Daily Chores, Milking Cows and 1 Massive dog Attacks me!

Helping out on a Family Farm. Meet Hank and see the daily grind for this family farm. Watch Aaron milk a cow and then lear how to di it the right way!... More
Sustainable Agriculture Co-op Program Assists with United Way’s Community Garden

Sustainable Agriculture Co-op Program Assists with United Way’s Community Garden

Students and faculty/staff in the Sustainable Agriculture Co-op program at Fleming College are helping the United Way for City of Kawartha Lakes grow its Edwin Binney Community Garden. Produce from the garden is donated to local food banks, shelters and school nutrition programs, providing great... More
Our Employees: Finding a better life in Canada

Our Employees: Finding a better life in Canada

Our Mississauga employees tell their story about coming to Canada and working for Burnbrae Farms.... More
Processing chain communication critical to identify health issues early, reduce turkey condemnations

Processing chain communication critical to identify health issues early, reduce turkey condemnations

Developing good relationships across the processing chain can be critical in helping to identify and overcome issues on farm and in the processing plant.... More

Farm Basics - Grass Waterways

Farm Basics - Grass Waterways

In this week's Farm Basics, Brian and Darren discuss the importance grass waterways play into soil health and water management.... More
Wayne Gale on Consumer Perception in the Age of GMO

Wayne Gale on Consumer Perception in the Age of GMO

Wayne Gale, president of Ontario’s Stokes Seeds and president of the American Seed Trade Association, sits down with Marc Zienkiewicz to talk about top issues affecting the world of vegetable seed and how he got into the seed business after initially intending to be a computer programmer.... More
ECO+ Potato Stem Trial using Nutrisorb 2.0

ECO+ Potato Stem Trial using Nutrisorb 2.0

Video describing a potato trial using Control, Nutrisorb 2.0 @ 0.5 Litre per acre and Nutrisorb at 1.0 Litre per acre with Liquid pop up fertilizer. Spoiler alert - More potato stems and more potato to get a larger yield and more consistant tuber size.... More
How to identify and control Crabgrass

How to identify and control Crabgrass

Key tips for how to identify and control crabgrass.... More
Cows Flooded The Barn!!

Cows Flooded The Barn!!

SaskDutch Kid - Cows Flooded The Barn!!... More
The Anatomy of the Kernel - Pioneer Agronomy

The Anatomy of the Kernel - Pioneer Agronomy

Pioneer Field Agronomist Matt Montgomery explores the anatomy of a corn kernel. Find out what we can learn from how kernels develop and grow.... More
Maizex Moving: Forced Uniformity Trials

Maizex Moving: Forced Uniformity Trials

Laura Johnston and Greg Stewart explain the Maizex forced uniformity trials happening throughout the province.... More
2020 Update: CSA, markets, COVID-19

2020 Update: CSA, markets, COVID-19

Tony checks in from Wheelbarrow Farm in Sunderland, Ontario. We have a plan in action and rest assured, we are committed to growing for you! To alleviate some of the food security and access issues we are facing, we are now offering extended Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) services for 202... More
2020 Best Practice Reminders - Pioneer Agronomy

2020 Best Practice Reminders - Pioneer Agronomy

2020 planting is approaching. Get the trusted Pioneer agronomy you need to be ready from Pioneer Field Agronomist Matt Montgomery to avoid costly delays.... More
NCBA CEO Talks Coronavirus Impact on Beef Industry

NCBA CEO Talks Coronavirus Impact on Beef Industry

NCBA CEO Talks Coronavirus Impact on Beef Industry (CCC, News) There is a great deal of uncertainty about the ongoing impact of Coronavirus.... More
When can Farmers Fertilize?

When can Farmers Fertilize?

In this week's Ag Minute, Darren Hefty discusses when it's ok to place fertilizer on farms, or even lawns!... More
Cereal Rye as a Cover Crop

Cereal Rye as a Cover Crop

MSU Extension Educator, Christina Curell, talks about the pros and cons of using cereal rye as a cover crop.... More
The Importance of Regular Prescribed Burning

The Importance of Regular Prescribed Burning

John Weir takes us to the site of recent prescribed burns near Lake Carl Blackwell in Payne County to demonstrate the importance of a regular burning schedule to manage the land.... More
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