Why Our Cows LOVE the Month of May!
Jun 17, 2022

Video: Why Our Cows LOVE the Month of May!

Bear River Farms is a small diversified Biodynamic Farm located in Nova Scotia, Canada. We are certified organic by EcoCert and accredited by Demeter Canada for over 15 Years.
 

Why Our Cows LOVE the Month of May!

Why Our Cows LOVE the Month of May!

Bear River Farms is a small diversified Biodynamic Farm located in Nova Scotia, Canada. We are certified organic by EcoCert and accredited by Demeter Canada for over 15 Years... More
A day of disappointments

A day of disappointments

We are a family farm in Ontario showing you what we do on our farm to produce eggs and what goes on day to day. Every day we do chores, gather eggs and make feed. On our farm we plant the crops and harvest them to feed the chickens, also we start our laying hens from day old chicks and raise the... More
Setting Potatoes Up For Succesfull Storage

Setting Potatoes Up For Succesfull Storage

Regional Sales Manager Lucas Meyer discusses what you can do to set up your Ontario potatoes to store well this winter.... More
Longest 60 acres of my life I’m going to lose my mind

Longest 60 acres of my life I’m going to lose my mind

We are a family farm in Ontario showing you what we do on our farm to produce eggs and what goes on day to day. Every day we do chores, gather eggs and make feed. On our farm we plant the crops and harvest them to feed the chickens, also we start our laying hens from day old chicks and raise the... More
Weed of the Week --Tansy Mustard

Weed of the Week --Tansy Mustard

This week's Weed of the Week is tansy mustard. Brian and Darren Hefty will give you tips on identifying and controlling tansy mustard in your field.... More
Weed of the Week Tansy Mustard

Weed of the Week Tansy Mustard

Brian and Darren Hefty offer tips on controlling tansy mustard on the farm.... More
Fungicide Application with a Hagie Sprayer.

Fungicide Application with a Hagie Sprayer.

Applying Fungicide to Tall Corn... More

Alberta ministers respond to proposed meat labelling requirements

Alberta ministers respond to proposed meat labelling requirements

Alberta Agriculture, Forestry and Rural Economic Development Minister Nate Horner and Health Minister Jason Copping hold a news conference to respond to proposed federal regulation requirements for ground meat labelling.... More
John Deere 6215R & Sumo Trio Cultivating for Maize

John Deere 6215R & Sumo Trio Cultivating for Maize

John Deere 6215R & Sumo Trio Cultivating for Maize to be drilled.... More
Creating the ultimate Duroc for feed conversion

Creating the ultimate Duroc for feed conversion

Darwin Tilstra and Lance Peterson form Topigs Norsvin tell us how their development and research in Norway and ongoing genomic and feed conversion criteria has lead to the ultimate Duroc the Topigs Norsvin TN Duroc. A robust piglet with low mortality and high meat yield.... More
How to Best Manage Your Herbicide Application

How to Best Manage Your Herbicide Application

we will be talking about important considerations for managing herbicide applications, and touching on areas such as planning for herbicide application, how to choose a herbicide, the importance of water quality and much more.... More
Fat Quality is Important

Fat Quality is Important

Jeff Hansen, Director of Technical Sales and Service at NutriQuest tells us about the importance of pork fat quality as it relates to taste, value creation and a better overall eating experience. Customers experience one pig at a time and NutriQuest's products improve fat quality when faced... More
Honey Bee 50

Honey Bee 50' tractor mounted swather working in a failed crop in Saskatchewan

Welcome to Non Stop Broadacre Farming channel Just watch non stop machines from around the world.... More
A new program that aims to support pig performance at every life stage

A new program that aims to support pig performance at every life stage

Marisol Castillo, Global Swine Solutions Senior Manager at Novus International tells us about their the Scale Up™ program to help pork producers deliver on their specific business goals. Each stage of a pig’s life comes with its challenges, and pork producers have the task of meeting those... More
Seed 22 WE ARE SEEDING WHEAT

Seed 22 WE ARE SEEDING WHEAT

Finally got on to seeding wheat and now its starting to be to dry.... More
Youth Crop Scouting Competition 2022

Youth Crop Scouting Competition 2022

Nebraska extension is gearing up for the 8th annual crop scouting competition for Nebraska youths. It is set to begin on august 3rd. this event will be open to students from across the state who are completing grades 5 through 12.... More
Market Monitor

Market Monitor

Kim Anderson, OSU Extension grain marketing specialist, discusses the latest price movements in the wheat market.... More
Trying to Grow in Another Year of Drought

Trying to Grow in Another Year of Drought

California producer Joe Del Bosque is entering another year of growing several crops with less water from the sky and his allotment. Our conversation looks his farm, water story and hopes for the pending harvest.... More
Hail Know

Hail Know

Earlier this week, a storm moved through the state that left area crops beaten and dismantled. Being early in the growing season, your first thought might be to replant as soon as possible. but, UNL Cropping Systems Specialist Justin McMechan, says the most important thing to do is to wait.... More
Late Freeze Stymies this Popular Georgia Fruit

Late Freeze Stymies this Popular Georgia Fruit

While Georgia might be known as the Peach State, it's blueberries that are king when it comes to fruit production over the past decade.... More
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