Freitag Farms 2015 - Grain Farm in Canada shot with Inspire 1 DJI

Freitag Farms 2015 - Grain Farm in Canada shot with Inspire 1 DJI

Season 2015 on Freitag Farms, Saskatchewan Canada. ... More
Soybean Seed Treatments

Soybean Seed Treatments

Brian and Darren Hefty talk about various soybean seed treatments, and explain which ones may be cut from your soybean planting program. ... More
In-Furrow Corn

In-Furrow Corn

Brian and Darren Hefty discuss what products, such as pesticides, fungicides, and fertilizers, can be placed in-furrow when planting corn. ... More
Baxter Black: Balin

Baxter Black: Balin' Wheat

Baxter tells a story of a loose pickup! ... More
The plant science industry is helping Canada grow

The plant science industry is helping Canada grow

Working in the plant science industry gives people the opportunity to do something that matters to them. The plant science industry employs people with a range of skill sets all working together to help ensure farmers have the tools they need to continue to safely and sustainably feed the world.... More
Keith Robbins, Executive Director Poultry Industry Council

Keith Robbins, Executive Director Poultry Industry Council

Executive Director, Keith Robbins presents the Poultry Industry Council presentation at the 51st Egg Farmers of Ontario Annual Meeting. ... More
John Deere 8320R With a 24 Kinze Corn Planter

John Deere 8320R With a 24 Kinze Corn Planter

John Deere 8320R With a 24 Kinze Corn Planter. ... More

Nitrogen Stabilizers: What Happens to Applied Nitrogen?

Nitrogen Stabilizers: What Happens to Applied Nitrogen?

Where does unprotected nitrogen (N) go? Besides moisture, N is the most limiting nutrient factor to reaching higher Nexera canola yields. The CCC recommends growers follow the four Rs: right rate, right timing, right source and right placement. Still, you can do everything “right” and still lose... More
Canadian Young Farmers Forum 2016

Canadian Young Farmers Forum 2016

Supporting science, investing in innovation and working with industry partners to contribute to the growth and development of Canada’s agriculture and agri-food sector is a priority. ... More
Saskatchewan Harvest

Saskatchewan Harvest

Short video of Saskatchewan harvest. ... More
Farm Basics - Insect Thresholds

Farm Basics - Insect Thresholds

Brian and Darren Hefty explain economic thresholds for spraying insects in your fields. ... More
Iron Talk - Variable Rate Micronutrients

Iron Talk - Variable Rate Micronutrients

Darren Hefty talks about variable rate micronutrients. ... More
Jacqui Empson Laporte

Jacqui Empson Laporte

Jacqui Empson Laporte has been working in stewardship and agriculture for years and she talks about why we need both landlords and renters (and custom farmers and agronomists) at the table when it comes to decision making on the farm. ... More
Meet Prof. Praveen Saxena

Meet Prof. Praveen Saxena

Praveen Saxena is a professor in our Department of Plant Agriculture and Director of the Gosling Research Institute for Plant Preservation. ... More
How Dairy Cows Are Milked - Breakfast on the Farm

How Dairy Cows Are Milked - Breakfast on the Farm

Meet Graham, one of the hosts of the Breakfast On The Farm event planned for June 22, 2013. Since cows are milked early in the morning, visitors to the farm will miss seeing milking. ... More
Scott Graham, EFO Chair

Scott Graham, EFO Chair

EFO Chair, Scott Graham Call to Order and Chairs Address at the 51st Egg Farmers of Ontario Annual Meeting ... More
AgPhD: Herbicide Carryover Issues

AgPhD: Herbicide Carryover Issues

Brian and Darren Hefty talk about herbicide carryover. ... More
The benefits of the Clearfield Canola production system

The benefits of the Clearfield Canola production system

Andrew Reid, Technical Service Specialist at BASF Canada tells us about the benefits of the Clearfield Canola production system, a non GMO Canola seeds offering higher returns on investment. Combined with Ares herbicide for control of lamb’s quarters, wild buckwheat, cleavers and volunteer canol... More
Wet Weather Affects Louisiana Rice Planting

Wet Weather Affects Louisiana Rice Planting

It’s a sharp contrast for Louisiana rice farmers. Farmers in the southern part of the state have completed their planting for the most part, while those in the northern part of the state haven’t started. LSU AgCenter correspondent Craig Gautreaux has this report. ... More
Ag Research Funding Is Vital

Ag Research Funding Is Vital

Farmers are encouraging Congress to continue to fund public agricultural research, after several years of cuts. Michelle Rook looks at why public research is needed to improve farm productivity and provide food for a growing population. ... More
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