What Does the Farmers Almanac Say About Weather in Your Area This Spring

Farmers are preoccupied by the weather and rightly so.  Weather, good or bad dictates work load and income during the growing season.  It is amazing how many farmers interpret the weather through the fog calendar, hoar frost and moon cycles instead of a weather analyst.

For many farmers they rely on one book to guide their opinion of the weather and how it will develop through the season.  Its the Farmers Almanac.

Check out what the Farmers Almanac is forecasting in your Canadian town this spring.  CLICK HERE

Get the Farmers Almanac long range forecast in the US by region and city CLICK HERE







Shaun Haney

Shaun Haney is the founder of RealAgriculture.com. He creates content regularly and hosts RealAg Radio on Rural Radio 147 every weekday at 4PM est.



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Diogenes the Cynic

…meteorological divining based on astrology? The almanac is probably the least reliable weather prediction service available, next to Drew Lerner.

Shaun Haney

Fair point about astrology but no matter how many times we interview Drew Lerner (or many other weather analysts) we always get lots of comments about how all these other methods really tell the story. To each his own I guess. For me personally I would also put more faith in Drew.


The farmers almanac says nothing about the Peace or the the rest of northern canada ?


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