Glovers Farm Pig Unit 4k
Aug 12, 2019

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Glovers Farm Pig Unit 4k

 

Glovers Farm Pig Unit 4k

Glovers Farm Pig Unit 4k

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Regenerative Agriculture: DIY Organic Pig Feed - Our Process!

Regenerative Agriculture: DIY Organic Pig Feed - Our Process!

At Coen Farm we practice Regenerative Agriculture, including blending our own organic pig feed to ensure our pigs are fed only the best healthy, organic, and nutrient dense feed possible. In this video you will learn how we prepare our outstanding pig feed, and why we do it this way. We have ... More
Swine Training - Finishing Barn

Swine Training - Finishing Barn

Jamie Pietig discusses the importance of water and feed intake on growth in the finishing stage. Learn about feeder adjustment and what to consider when walking through a finishing barn.... More
Al’s Forecast

Al’s Forecast

Nebraska Extension Ag Climatologist Al Dutcher lets us know what we can expect in our weekly forecast.... More
IPTV M2M, Market Analyst John Roach.

IPTV M2M, Market Analyst John Roach.

China ups the ante in the trade war. A push to change your diet to slow a change in climate. A farmers market that cultivates customers on Capitol Hill. Market analysis with John Roach.... More
What is a Root Pit?

What is a Root Pit?

The Hefty brothers explain what a root pit is, and reasons you may want to dig one on your farm.... More
Idaho wheat crop late

Idaho wheat crop late

Meridian—Richard Durrant of Meridian says the 2019 wheat crop is at least 10 behind last year’s fall harvest.... More

Farmers reap benefits of herbicide-tolerant wheat developed at Colorado State University

Farmers reap benefits of herbicide-tolerant wheat developed at Colorado State University

Last fall, the CoAXium® Wheat Production System became commercially available to farmers in Colorado, where more than 2 million acres of wheat grows across the eastern plains.... More
Cover Crops after Corn Silage, Planting Early by Interseeding

Cover Crops after Corn Silage, Planting Early by Interseeding

Heidi Johnson, University of Wisconsin, talks about the how and why of cover crops after the harvest of corn for silage. To give the cover crops a head start in the fall, Heidi discusses the methods and benefits of interseeding into standing corn.... More
Staging For Reglone Ion in Canola

Staging For Reglone Ion in Canola

Agronomic Service Representative, Sterling Mitchell, shares some valuable information on properly staging your canola crop for Reglone Ion application.... More
Ontario Gardening Log - S01E09 - Good Weather, Lots of Growth

Ontario Gardening Log - S01E09 - Good Weather, Lots of Growth

Finished up more landscaping around the beds. The good weather is really starting to show in the crops, all the plants have put on significant growth since the last update.... More
Guelph Announced as Location for 2020 Agricultural Conference.

Guelph Announced as Location for 2020 Agricultural Conference.

Guelph MP Lloyd Longfield, and Ontario Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs Ernie Hardeman announce that Canada's federal, provincial and territorial leaders will meet in Guelph in 2020.... More
Small Pond & Turkey Farm View from Drone

Small Pond & Turkey Farm View from Drone

Small Pond & Turkey Farm View from Drone in Ontario, Canada... More
Manitoba Canola Growers: Simon Ellis

Manitoba Canola Growers: Simon Ellis

Manitoba Canola Growers: Simon Ellis... More
Plant 2019, Arborg Manitoba Canada

Plant 2019, Arborg Manitoba Canada

Seeding in the interlake region of Manitoba, spring 2019 !... More
Harvest 2018 Southwest of Regina Sask.

Harvest 2018 Southwest of Regina Sask.

Harvest 2018 Southwest of Regina Sask.... More
Winterizing Bees 2 - Winter in the Interlake, Manitoba Canada

Winterizing Bees 2 - Winter in the Interlake, Manitoba Canada

After a trying year of beekeeping, with delayed receipt of bees and a severe drought, we are ready to put our plucky survivors into a safe place and give them as much of a chance to live as we can. Outdoors. In the cold. With winter feedings, wind protection, and 9 hives, we have our work cut ou... More
Nebraska Viticulture

Nebraska Viticulture

Wineries are popping up across Nebraska, and we’re headed to the Soaring Wings Vineyard near Springfield, NE. See what Nebraska viticulture is bringing to the wine industry and if it could work for you.... More
Weed of the Week - Volunteer Alfalfa

Weed of the Week - Volunteer Alfalfa

Brian and Darren Hefty talk about options for controlling volunteer alfalfa on the farm.... More
Diseases in Flooded Crops

Diseases in Flooded Crops

Nebraska Extension Cropping Systems Educator Sarah Sivits explains some crop diseases corn and soybean producers may find if their fields have been experiencing flooding.... More
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