The line-ups at elevators in Ontario are continuing to slow down the corn harvest.  With corn harvest happening all at once due to the wet weather dryers are having a hard time keeping up. According to Peter Gredig, the additional contributing factor to the long dryer lines is that the yields have generally been higher than expected…. Read More

As farmers approach the mid-way point of the Ontario corn harvest (and quickly surpass it, we hope), preliminary reports suggest decent yields in spite of challenging conditions. That said, it most certainly wasn’t an ideal growing season, and farmers aren’t likely to see their highest ever production this year. What a challenging year does allow… Read More

Dow AgroSciences LLC announced today Canadian approval of the Enlist trait for corn and soy. This will allow for the first-ever cultivation of the traits, which provide tolerance to 2,4-D herbicide, giving Canadian farmers options when dealing with hard-to-control and resistant weeds in both crops. The Enlist corn and Enlist soybean traits have undergone evaluation… Read More

The recent meat recall at XL Foods is just another issue to provide adversity to the Canadian cattle industry.  With one of two Western Canadian packers being forced to deal with a meat recall the lift lines have pushed an already wide basis wider.   Additionally, the topic of a struggling pork industry has left… Read More

Whether you are a fan of QR Codes or not, you have to admit that this is very cool.  Kraay Family Farm has officially been informed by the Guinness Book of World Records that they have created the world’s largest QR Code.   Based in Lacombe, Alberta,  Kraay Family Farm created the QR code to cover a record 309,570 square… Read More