The Case IH 715 Quadtrac, the most powerful commercially-produced tractor in the world, attracted plenty of attention during its debut at Agritechnica 23 in Hanover, Germany. With a 715 horsepower-rated, 778 peak horsepower engine, the tractor delivers built-in power and speed to cover more ground in less time, but it’s also nimble, says CNH Industrial’s… Read More

We learned a long time ago that our RealAgriculture audience is diverse and vast — and particular. Those who listen to podcasts and the radio show maybe don’t watch a lot of videos, or those of you who like to read posts maybe aren’t into listening online. It’s why we put a lot of effort… Read More

Thanks for tuning in to this episode of RealAg on the Weekend! On this weekend’s show, host Shaun Haney is joined by Saskatchewan farmers including: Keith Fournier of Lone Rock, Sask; Kris Mayerle of Tisdale, Sask; Scott Hepworth of Assiniboia, Sask; and, Cherilyn Jolly-Nagel of Mossbank, Sask. Wishing everyone happy holidays and merry Christmas from… Read More

Thanks for tuning in to this last regular RealAg Radio of 2023. For this Friday edition of the RealAg Issues Panel, host Shaun Haney is be joined by Kelvin Heppner, Lyndsey Smith of RealAgriculture, and Andrew Campbell of Fresh Air Media. They discuss a number of topics including: Looming global logistics problems; Population growth challenges,… Read More

Canada’s two railways — CN and CPKC — must pay a combined $7.1 million to the Western Grains Research Foundation (WGRF) for exceeding their maximum grain revenue entitlements for the 2022-23 crop year, according to a ruling issued Dec. 22 by the Canadian Transportation Agency (CTA). CN’s grain revenue of $1,079.5 million was $3.46 million… Read More

It’s not quite hitting the Canadian grain shipping corridors yet, but global issues with two canals and one border could have large impacts on world grain and product supplies. Let’s start in the Suez Canal. While not the highest ranking for grain movement, any disruption to a major shipping route has trickle-down effects on others…. Read More

DJI is getting ready to take flight with its largest agriculture drone ever for international markets. The Agras T50 has been flying in China and is set to land in North America in the near future, says DJI Agriculture’s Toby Knisely. The high payload capacity drone is capable of carrying 40 litres of liquid or 50… Read More

A practical design that immediately improves efficiency on the farm is usually a top priority when building a new shop, but ideally, that building will continue providing value for the next thirty-plus years, across multiple generations. Walter Smith would still fall into the category of “young” farmer, but after ten years of running a seed… Read More

 

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