Farmers tend to get itchy in the spring and fall when it comes to tillage. Some joke about needless recreational tillage that just occupies a farm’s boredom. Below is acute video addressing the serious disease called “restless tillage syndrome.” Enjoy and happy harvest!!! If you cannot see the above embedded video, CLICK HERE

In a recent post on the Fast Company website, Comedian Nick Offerman was photographed chewing on a piece of raw meat.  I like rare steak but I am not sure I would like this meal.  I think the good thing is that even though it is meant to be funny in a series of strange… Read More

So, it seems we don’t just have an issue eating our horses, but also our hens. A recent article by Sarah Boesveld of the National Post, brought my attention back to a rather interesting consideration:  “the urban chicken movement.” You’ve heard of it, yes? The desire many urbanites have, to produce their own food? Well,… Read More

How are the crops in your region? Do you plan on buying/renting land, or are high land prices causing you concern?  Will you sell some acres instead? What recent agriculture advertisement do you remember best? Oh, and…uh…Will Ferrell? While covering Canada’s Farm Progress Show, RealAgriculture cornered unsuspecting farmers, asking them all these questions and more for the… Read More

Its time again for another edition of RealAgriculture.com’s Thumbs Up Thumbs Down.  This week Shaun and Lyndsey discuss the sabotage of Monsanto, the pesticide ban in Manitoba, should the Calgary Stampede have gone on, why don’t farmers ask questions at conferences, why don’t some people wash their hands after they pee, complaining about not being… Read More

I’m beginning to suspect these Peterson farm boys aren’t nearly as busy farming as they claim to be, as this latest parody video looks even more polished than the last one. All kidding aside, this latest video, based on the opening sequence of the “Fresh Prince of Bel-Air,” is a hoot, and a fantastic and… Read More

 

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