IPTV: Market Analyst Elaine Kub And Walt Hackney

IPTV: Market Analyst Elaine Kub And Walt Hackney

Biofuel backers put the squeeze on the EPA, the Secretary takes a Cuban delegation on a home-grown tour, and government reports move the dials in the commodity markets. These stories and market analysis with Elaine Kub and Walt Hackney.... More
Modern, Efficient Irrigation Systems Save Money For Farmers

Modern, Efficient Irrigation Systems Save Money For Farmers

Many Georgia farmers depend on their ability to irrigate their crops. With modern irrigation systems, crops are watered in a timely manner and natural resources are conserved. The Monitor’s Mark Wildman visited one Middle Georgia farm where high tech irrigation saves time and money.... More
Science Alive! Episode 9: Soil Science

Science Alive! Episode 9: Soil Science

It surrounds us, and sustains us. It is probably Canada’s biggest natural resource - and yet the one that we ignore the most. On this episode of Science Alive, ‘dig in’ to soil science with the Canada Agriculture and Food Museum! In the video - learn how you can build an automatic green bin. It ... More
Ferme A & S Gruer, Spraying 2016

Ferme A & S Gruer, Spraying 2016

Ferme A & S Gruer, from Ormstown Quebec. Spraying with a 3320 SPX controlled by a Trimble Agriculture CFX-750 Autopilot, Field IQ Rate and Section control Solution and Norac UC4+ Boom Height Control Solution. ... More
The Day as a Cowboy

The Day as a Cowboy

On countless occasions, I’ve driven past herds of cattle grazing in the rolling hills of south Saskatchewan and dreamed of being a cowboy - rounding up the herd with my trusty equine companion. ... More
A True Cowboy Poet - Scott Reesor

A True Cowboy Poet - Scott Reesor

Back in the day, after a hard day of work, cowboys would gather around a campfire and entertain one another with tall tales and folk songs. ... More

How do the Grain Markets Affect Swine Margins?: Agriculture Blog

How do the Grain Markets Affect Swine Margins?: Agriculture Blog

Protein levels in soybean meal, internationally, are pushing margins on the swine side. What else could be affecting margins in the pork industry? ... More
Webinar: Veterinary Feed Directives: Taking Action

Webinar: Veterinary Feed Directives: Taking Action

As the industry continues to learn about changes coming with the Veterinary Feed Directive (VFD), GlobalVetLINK offers actions that veterinarians, feed industry personnel, and producers can take now to prepare. Throughout this one-hour webinar, industry experts will explain challenges with VFDs,... More
Chair George Matheson on new PEDv case

Chair George Matheson on new PEDv case

Manitoba had a very good track record as far as keeping PEDV out of the problems with only five cases. ... More
Corn Seedling Diseases - Tamra Jackson-Ziems

Corn Seedling Diseases - Tamra Jackson-Ziems

Tamra Jackson-Ziems, Nebraska Extension plant pathologist, describes corn seedling diseases that may be appearing in fields. ... More
Planting Has Huge Economic Impact

Planting Has Huge Economic Impact

Its the planting season in South Dakota and it takes hundreds of thousands of dollars for farmers to raise a crop. Michelle Rook looks at the economic activity that generates in local communities.... More
IPTV: Market Analyst Tomm Pfitzenmaier

IPTV: Market Analyst Tomm Pfitzenmaier

The Supreme Court opens the taps for Waters of the U.S. lawsuits. Texas torrents take their toll down South. Tobacco farmers find a silver lining as they transition from the golden leaf. Market analysis with Tomm Pfitzenmaier.... More
Dr. Glynn Tonsor - The Economics of Biosecurity

Dr. Glynn Tonsor - The Economics of Biosecurity

The Economics of Biosecurity - Dr. Glynn Tonsor, Associate Professor, Department of Agricultural Economics, Kansas State University, from the 2016 NIAA Annual Conference: From Farm to Table - Food System Biosecurity for Animal Agriculture, April 4-7, 2016, Kansas City, MO, USA. ... More
Chair George Matheson on new PEDv case

Chair George Matheson on new PEDv case

Manitoba had a very good track record as far as keeping PEDV out of the problems with only five cases. ... More
Meet Prof. Michael Rogers

Meet Prof. Michael Rogers

Mike Rogers is a professor in our Department of Food Science who researches the self-assembly of nano-fibers, nanotechnology focusing on delivery of bioactives and the biophysics of digestion. ... More
Aaron Stevanus plants a variable rate plot in Elmira Ontario with Erin Eagen Duquette

Aaron Stevanus plants a variable rate plot in Elmira Ontario with Erin Eagen Duquette

Market development agronomist Aaron Stevanus plants a variable rate plot in Elmira Ontario with Erin Eagen Duquette from Veritas Farm Management. ... More
Rainy Day Jobs

Rainy Day Jobs

In this week's Iron Talk, Darren Hefty discusses time management on your farm, and how to make the most of those "rainy days" when you can't be out in the field. ... More
Farm Basics - Corn Root Systems

Farm Basics - Corn Root Systems

During this week's Farm Basics, Brian and Darren Hefty talk about corn root systems. ... More
What to look for at emergence in your Soybeans

What to look for at emergence in your Soybeans

Tim Borho, Commercial Agronomist at Dow Seeds gives us tips on what to look for in your Soybean fields at emergency from disease to insects to be sure you crop has a healthy start.... More
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