Looking Ahead to Large Oilseed Supply — This Week in the Grain Market

Latest News

OSCIA Announces Controlled Tile Drainage Project

The Ontario Soil and Crop Improvement Association (OSCIA) has announced a new partnership through Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada’s AgriRisk Initiatives (ARI) program.

French Company Roquette to Build $400 Million Pea Processing Plant in Manitoba

The chairman and CEO for French food ingredient company Roquette were in Winnipeg on Wednesday to announce plans for a $400 million pea processing plant to be built near Portage .

Take a Full 360-Degree Virtual Farm Tour

Farm & Food Care has launched several new virtual tours, with all-new 360 degree views and even a virtual reality component.

BeGrainSafe Sees Official Launch at Manitoba AgDays

The Canadian Agricultural Safety Association (CASA) is officially launching BeGrainSafe, its new grain safety program.

Leal Remains Ag Minister in Ontario Cabinet Shuffle; Takes on Added Portfolio

Ontario minister of agriculture, food and rural affairs, Jeff Leal, has kept his post in Premier Kathleen Wynne’s cabinet mini-shuffle announced today.

Latest RealAg Radio

Tune in to RealAg Radio Monday to Friday at 4 PM EST on Rural Radio Channel 147 on SiriusXM Radio.
Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or Google Play.

RealAg Radio, Jan 20: Sunny Markets, the Bin Knocker, and East and West Differences

If you’re unfamiliar with chicken tractors, prepare to be blown away by the fact that there is now an autonomous version of this pasture-chicken-raising kit.

RealAg Radio, Jan 19: Secretary Perdue, Wheat Pete’s Word, and a Pea Plant

We’ve finally got an American Secretary of Agriculture named, Manitoba gets a pea processing facility, and Wheat Pete talks corn stalks, corn husks, and manure spreading on snow no-nos — .

RealAg Radio, Jan 18: Communicating Oat Prices, the Presence of Weeds, and Complicated Ag Science

Today’s show includes the latest news on Bayer-Monsanto, Case’s agronomic trends for 2017, as well as conversations about the future of the oat market in Chicago, the fascinating way in .

Feature Articles

Trade Critic Ritz Still Expects “Cooler Heads Will Prevail” in Trump White House

Chocolate Bars and Bran Cereal for Your Soil Bugs

Spend Your Fertilizer Dollars Wisely

Northern Ontario — Distraction or Attraction?

Canola School: Blackleg Resistance Gene Labels On the Way

Trump Legacy: Feed the World, or the Ego?

Canola Council President Readies for Move to Grain Commission

Events

Sign in to Add Event!