When plans exist only in our heads and aren’t ever gone through with hard numbers, perceptions can start to over take reality. Crop marketing is no different. Before you get knee deep in the exciting world of futures and options, there’s a preliminary marketing plan to draw up first. In this Ask FarmLink episode, Chris… Read More

One of the big highlights of the 2013 Crop Production show was Mark Devloo and the Roto Mud Scraper. Initially designed by his father, the Mudscraper is a great invention that in a very clean and simple way keeps your packer wheels free of mud during seeding time. See More Crop Week 2013 Coverage   According… Read More

BASF Canada today launched an online video series called “Conversations on Sustainability.” The videos feature conversations between five consumers paired with five farmers from both the Prairies and Ontario, and highlight some of the common questions and curiosities consumers have about modern agriculture in Canada. The series tackles questions about organic and conventional production, and… Read More

The post CWB monopoly environment has opened up a lot of interest in the CPS wheat class. Internationally recognized as having the high yield and good milling characteristics producers and industry are looking for, the wheat class is still quite small in Canada. The addition of  AC Conquer VB to the Canterra Seeds line up… Read More

While you wouldn’t catch me in one of these gyrocopters — EVER — I sure am glad that Paul Golphy is willing to share his experience of flying one over the Canadian Prairie at harvest. The views are spectacular and a great reminder that the Prairies are anything but boring, especially with the busy combines… Read More

Sometimes during the long winter grind of farm shows you need something to make you smile.  we definitely found that smile in the Yara booth at the Crop Production Show in Saskatchewan. SEE MORE CROPWEEK 2013 COVERAGE Showcasing some beauty Norwegian flag pants, the Yara team did a great job of gaining attention to their… Read More

From loud and colourful pants, to the excellent speakers’ line up, to true Saskatchewan innovation and the oddly-placed moat at the Saskatoon Inn, by all accounts 2013’s Crop Production Show and Crop Production Week was a roaring success. RealAgriculture’s Shaun Haney and Lyndsey Smith took in the show and conference, but not content to simply… Read More