Kubota Canada Limited (KCL) is furthering its commitment to the hay and forage segment. They are offering a two-year standard limited warranty across its comprehensive hay tools line, which includes Kubota balers, rakes, and tedders, and a three-year standard limited warranty on the cutter bars and gear boxes of its entire range of disc mowers… Read More

Looking back on the 2020 fungicide year — specifically in pulses — started out great for moisture; and with that moisture and humidity came the potential for a lot of disease. As a follow up to Syngenta’s recent Media Summit, Kara Oosterhuis is joined by Rob Klewchuk, technical lead for Western Canada. “We seemed to… Read More

From farm level to the corner office, there are more jobs available in agriculture than ever before. But the possibility of a future talent shortage is a definite concern, and that discussion was part of the recent farm management-focused week of the Syngenta Media Summit. “It’s been a hot topic lately, specifically in Syngenta, but… Read More

I’ve lived on the Prairies all my life — so it’s not new to me to experience a good winter storm. However, the blizzard that hit us this past weekend made it feel like the type of storm you typically see around here on New Years Day. Parts of central and southern Alberta and Saskatchewan… Read More

Since the acquisition of Dot Technology from the Beaujot family and SeedMaster by Raven Autonomy, the technological marvel — that always draws a crowd at trade shows — will advance even further. Wade Robey, executive director of Raven Autonomy, joined Kara Oosterhuis to talk about the transition from the previous owners, DOT moving under Raven’s… Read More

If you’re a 4-H’er, you’re more than aware of Show Your 4-H Colours Day, which is annually held on November 4. Typically, this means the gathering of thousands of youth, volunteers, alumni, and supporters from coast to coast to celebrate 4-H by giving back to their communities, all while wearing their favourite shade of green…. Read More

The Brandt Group of Companies has introduced a new auger: an all-new U-trough auger, providing farmers with an economical option, the company says, that loads product faster than a conventional auger without the additional cost and maintenance work that is sometimes associated with belt conveyors. Sheldon Gerspacher, Brandt Industries’ vice president of sales, says the… Read More

The Alberta government has been making good on its promises to tighten budgets and revamp how agriculture research is done in the province. Earlier this year, the province announced the Results Driven Agriculture Research program— RDAR — an arms-length government entity that would administer funding and guide agriculture research. Then, last week, approximately 250 Alberta Agriculture… Read More

Many are familiar with Horsch’s Joker RT high-speed compact disc that was brought to the North American market back in 2008. Now, the company has unveiled a fourth generation to the Joker series — the Joker RX. Along with the 20-inch concave notched blade that has come standard on previous Joker models, one of the… Read More

In Kenworth’s 97-year history, the company is entering new territory: zero-emissions. The Kenworth T680E is the company’s first-ever, Class 8 battery-electric model. Available now for order from Kenworth dealers in the United States and Canada, the truck will enter full production in 2021. With an estimated operating range of 150 miles, the T680E uses a… Read More

Case IH is announcing the launch of Case IH VX — a virtual platform for producers to see the latest equipment and technology from the comfort of their own home. The program will offer producers an opportunity to discover agronomic solutions, with anything from crop production to harvesting, and high-horsepower tractors to hay tools, the… Read More

 

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