Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show 2012 is set to get underway and RealAgriculture.com will be there throughout the event covering all the latest and greatest at the show. This year’s event features all kinds of live equipment demonstrations, grazing demos, seed demo plots and more along with new products from some of the biggest names in… Read More

The 2012 harvest brings grain in the bin and the start of the farm show season focused on the 2013 crop.  On September 11, 12, and 13th, Woodstock Ontario will be hosting the 2012 version of Canada’s Outdoor Farm show. This years show will feature a full slate of displays and events that are really… Read More

Dairy is a big deal at Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show. Not only is the show home to two robotic milkers and 70 cows on display, but there are several other equipment providers, feed dealers, genetic companies and more all showcasing the latest and greatest for the dairy farmer. SEE MORE COFS12 COVERAGE. We caught up… Read More

As the sunburns start to heal and we begin to get the first taste of weather that makes farmers button up more than just the bottom button of their shirts, we head waaaaay back, to last week, to the grounds of a very successful Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show. It’s there that we took our cameras… Read More

Whatever your reason for planting a cover crop — for ground cover, for grazing or putting up feed or for N capture — there’s a long list of options. Add in the choice of a second, third or more species and the combinations are endless. Planting two or more species may provide expanded options for… Read More

Whether it’s to fix nitrogen, protect against erosion or to do both these and provide grazing or green feed, cover crops are a key component of Ontario crop rotations. While many farmers are content with oats, red clover or ryegrass, the options for cover crops are seemingly endless. Christine Brown, cover crops specialist with OMAFRA,… Read More

This ain’t your grandaddy’s plow, no way. Moldboard plows have come a long way, and with the updating has come renewed interest in moving some soil around. New features and more depth control brought onlookers in the hundreds to demo plots at Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show to see these plows in action. For Pat Lynch’s… Read More

What if there was a way you could get at least 25% more grass out of your pastures with minimal investment? There is — the secret is adding electric fencing and moving  your cows more. Jack Kyle, grazier specialist with OMAFRA, says that restricting the cows to smaller pastures and then moving them every day… Read More

 

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