Market Monitor
Feb 13, 2018
Kim Anderson is running the numbers for price potential of summer crops.
 


 

Market Monitor

Market Monitor

Kim Anderson is running the numbers for price potential of summer crops.... More
 Circle the planter - Dow Seeds Canada

Circle the planter - Dow Seeds Canada

Spring planting is fast approaching and it's time to make sure that your planter is ready. In this video, Daniel Masse, commercial agronomist for Dow Seeds, shares some useful tips for adjusting your corn planter to help you prepare your equipment for spring.... More
 Farm tour - Pelissero Egg Farm

Farm tour - Pelissero Egg Farm

We visited Egg Farmers of Canada Chairman, Roger Pelissero, at his farm in the Township of West Lincoln, Ontario. Join Roger and his son Jacob as they walk you through the enriched hen housing system in their barn, and show you the beginning of the journey of the egg.... More
  Biovigilance: A holistic approach to agriculture

Biovigilance: A holistic approach to agriculture

Researchers at the Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu Research Centre in Quebec are working with the horticultural industry to develop effective and sustainable control methods against new diseases and pests. Learn more about this new approach to research.... More
Corn & Soybean Outlook - Arlan Suderman

Corn & Soybean Outlook - Arlan Suderman

Arlan Suderman, chief commodities economist with INTL FCStone, looks at the demand prospects for U.S. corn and soybeans. Arlan also talks about fuel prices and Brazil’s soybean production potential.... More
Corn Seeding Rates - Ignacio Ciampitti

Corn Seeding Rates - Ignacio Ciampitti

Ignacio Ciampitti, Kansas State University associate professor of crop production and cropping systems, explains why growers might want to think about altering seeding rates within a field.... More
Farm Bill Update - Brad Lubben

Farm Bill Update - Brad Lubben

Brad Lubben, Nebraska Extension policy specialist, gives an update on discussions regarding Farm Bill details, including crop insurance and farm programs.... More

 Bruce County Winter wheat harvest

Bruce County Winter wheat harvest

Winter wheat harvest from Tiverton Ontario Canada.... More
 National Farmers Union - Why we became farmers?

National Farmers Union - Why we became farmers?

We asked our members why they became farmers in the first place; here's what they told us.... More
 Canada Farming Highlights

Canada Farming Highlights

A few highlights of Canadian Farming in Elbow, Saskatchewan.... More
 We Are Manitoba Canola Growers

We Are Manitoba Canola Growers

Associations like the Manitoba Canola Growers are a way for farmers to band together to increase their influence in the industry.It is important for farmers to work together, the teamwork approach has always worked best.... More
Livestock Marketing

Livestock Marketing

Derrell Peel analyzes the USDA’s latest Cattle Inventory Report and what increasing drought conditions mean for the livestock industry.... More
Weed of the Week - Ivyleaf Morningglory

Weed of the Week - Ivyleaf Morningglory

Learn how to get Ivyleaf Morningglory under control on your farm.... More
Ag Minute - Calcium And Magnesium

Ag Minute - Calcium And Magnesium

Darren Hefty talks about how paying attention to calcium and magnesium levels can improve your soils.... More
 London Farm Show 2018 - What

London Farm Show 2018 - What's New

Grow Every Year. Watch to learn about some of the exciting changes to this year's show.The London Farm Show returns March 7-9, 2018.... More
Iron Talk - Variable Rate Micronutrients

Iron Talk - Variable Rate Micronutrients

Darren Hefty talks about your options for a variable-rate micronutrient plan for your farm.... More
Why Pre-Emerge Herbicides Fail

Why Pre-Emerge Herbicides Fail

If you have been disappointed with your pre-emerge herbicide, the Hefty brothers talk about some possible reasons and some solutions for a successful pre-emerge program.... More
Why Cattle Producers Attend the Annual Convention

Why Cattle Producers Attend the Annual Convention

We just wrapped up the Cattle Industry Convention and NCBA Trade Show in Phoenix. We asked cattlemen and women to share their thoughts on why it's important to attend this one-of-a-kind event.... More
Making Cover Crops Work in Cotton

Making Cover Crops Work in Cotton

It's no secret that cover crops provide benefits, but making them work with cotton can prove challenging. In this video, researchers with the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture and Tennessee producers explain why its worth the effort.... More
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