Grain Markets
Jun 15, 2022

Video: Grain Markets

This week we were joined by Heather Ramsey with the ARC Group. We covered a whole host of topics with heather and began the conversation by getting her take on the latest developments in the markets.
 

Grain Markets

Grain Markets

This week we were joined by Heather Ramsey with the ARC Group. We covered a whole host of topics with heather and began the conversation by getting her take on the latest developments in the markets.... More
YaraVita THIOTRAC on Wheat

YaraVita THIOTRAC on Wheat

Sales Agronomist Taylor Jeffery takes a look at a wheat field in Paris, Ontario and makes a management suggestion... More
Equipment Ontario Mildmay Yard April 1 2022

Equipment Ontario Mildmay Yard April 1 2022

Took a Stroll in the Mildmay Yard Morning of April 1 2022. Hopefully the last Day of snow this year. Mother Nature playing an April Fools Joke with some snow after Yesterday beautifull Sunshine. Also a little peak at the 3500 Kwick-till being unloaded.... More
Strip Till: Vegetable Production Systems

Strip Till: Vegetable Production Systems

This video was created by the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food & Rural Affairs in partnership with the University of Guelph - Ridgetown Campus. This project was funded by the Canadian Agricultural Partnership, a five-year federal-provincial-territorial initiative.... More
 Sheep Farming: Learning To Use A Shepherd

Sheep Farming: Learning To Use A Shepherd's Crook!|April 2022

As usual at Ewetopia Farms, we start each episode waiting to see what the day will bring. Sheep farming is part routine and part surprises. And it is always trying to get everything done. Today as we were doing chores and the lambs were playing out in the yard, we thought we would try catch a f... More
Hottest Week in Mid-June 2022 in 38 years.

Hottest Week in Mid-June 2022 in 38 years.

Dr. Simon Atkins of Advanced Forecasting Corporation share his insights into the US Midwest. He is predicting that we will be crossing new temperature thresholds, 2 degrees above normal for the month of June even though the month started off cold.... More
Year-round farming

Year-round farming

I need to be a steward of the land, so I’m really cautious of what we do to the land.”... More

Heavy rain delays crops in B.C.

Heavy rain delays crops in B.C.'s Fraser Valley

Farmers hit hard by flooding last fall in British Columbia's Fraser Valley have been dealing with another setback — heavy rain delaying spring planting and early harvests.... More
A Day In The Life During Seeding

A Day In The Life During Seeding

Seeding canola in Borden, Saskatchewan. A couple days left of seeding and things should be wrapped up. Rain is hopefully on the way... More
GROW Wetland Enhancement - Central Assiniboine WD

GROW Wetland Enhancement - Central Assiniboine WD

This video, produced by Innovation for Agriculture, in partnership with Catchment Sensitive Farming... More
Pulse Ingredients: A key to achieving your sustainability goals

Pulse Ingredients: A key to achieving your sustainability goals

What exactly makes an ingredient “sustainable”? With rapidly growing consumer interest in sustainability, companies need to be equipped... More
Funny Farm Animals — Volume 7

Funny Farm Animals — Volume 7

Farm animals are unique and hilarious creatures — not only do they work and provide food for our tables, they also give us a good laugh in the process.... More
Funny Farm Animals — Volume 6

Funny Farm Animals — Volume 6

Try not to laugh at this compilation of funny farm animals!... More
Funny Farm Animals — Volume 5

Funny Farm Animals — Volume 5

Farm animals have a unique way of brightening up your day!... More
Pork Industry Focused on Challenge to Prop 12

Pork Industry Focused on Challenge to Prop 12

The Supreme Court will hear a challenge to California's Prop 12 this fall.... More
A Lunch Can Change A Life

A Lunch Can Change A Life

20 Years of the USDA McGovern-Dole Food for Education and Child Nutrition Program. Presented by the US Department of Agriculture's Foreign Agricultural Service and partners.... More
How NCBA Determines its Policy Positions

How NCBA Determines its Policy Positions

Recently, Don Schiefelbein, President of the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association and a Minnesota cattle producer, testified before the House Agriculture Committee. Schiefelbein’s testimony was rooted in the policies adopted by NCBA through its century-old policymaking process. We asked Gene Co... More
Colostrum Importance - Lindsay Waechter-Mead

Colostrum Importance - Lindsay Waechter-Mead

Some cattle producers opt for summer calving. If you are doing so, you'll want to make sure your calves are getting the right amount of nutrition. Colostrum is the first milk produced after calving. It has a different composition than milk as it plays an important role in the being the first me... More
Boot Camp for Cattlewomen

Boot Camp for Cattlewomen

SUNUP heads to Grady County to check out the OSU Extension Cattlewomen’s Boot Camp.... More
 Raising Pigs 1: Farrowing

Raising Pigs 1: Farrowing

Farrowing can be a stressful process for farmers and their pigs. Knowing a little about what is happening to the sow and piglets during farrowing can help farmers better care for their breeding swine herd, and improve piglet care during the birthing process.... More
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