Canada Pork International (CPI) has received $6 million from the federal government to grow its pork exports in priority markets. “AgriMarketing funding is fundamental to Canada Pork International programs and services. It supports CPI’s growth and demand building programs globally as well as the sales development efforts from our members,” says Martin Lavoie, president, and… Read More

Taking a good piece of equipment and using new technology to simply make it better can be an affordable way to improve your equipment stable. For Murray Froebe, Manitoba farmer and Precision Planting representative, installing the Seeder Force downforce technology on his 12 year old 1895 John Deere air drill has improved crop establishment without… Read More

What’s good for wheat growth is good for wheat midge, says research scientist Tyler Wist, of Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, based at Saskatoon, Sask. What’s more, these tiny pests can cause big issues, even in very low numbers, so scouting is one key aspect of management. In this edition of RealAgriculture’s Wheat School, Wist also… Read More

Alberta Wheat Commission, Saskatchewan Wheat Development Commission and Manitoba Wheat and Barley Growers Association have invested $1.9 million to further research that will, “accelerate the future development of higher yielding, stress resistant wheat varieties for Canadian farmers.” This money is part of the $11.2 million investment made by Genome Canada, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, the… Read More

On today’s episode of RealAg Radio: RealAgriculture news lead, Jessika Guse has the top agriculture news stories of the day; Derek Wassermann, petroleum marketing manager at Federated Co-operatives Limited is in to discuss what they’re doing in regards to diesel; Jill Harvie, stakeholder and engagement manager with the Canadian Cattlemen’s Association explains what took place… Read More

Highline Manufacturing has released the first North American designed and manufactured self-propelled feed mixer on the market last week at Ag in Motion at Langham, Sask. The AccuMix 1000 was designed for feeding cattle in all conditions — including extreme ones. “It’s a thousand cubic foot tub, 300 horsepower CAT engine,” says Bob Cochran, general… Read More

Technology and innovations in agriculture are continuously changing and evolving, but over the past while, there has been a bit of a surge in sprayer technology. Due in part to herbicide resistance, cost of chemicals rising, and a need for efficiency, sprayer technology is ever-changing. Tom Wolf, of Agrimetrix and Sprayers 101.com, was at Ag… Read More