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

Whether it’s wet springs or just farmers exploring their options, it appears as though the moldboard plow is making a bit of a comeback. It is though, as Agronomist Pat Lynch explains, not the moldboard plow you knew before. The newer plows are much more adjustable, doing their job much better than their older counterparts…. Read More

Gorgeous weather, great crowds and engaging demonstrations made this year’s Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show a resounding success for all involved. RealAgriculture.com was there interviewing farmers, capturing demos and checking out all that is new and exciting for agriculture products this year. We caught up with Doug Wagner on the last day of the show in… Read More

Efficiency is the name of the game for all manner of producers, especially in this new, volatile production environment. Farmers are looking at all areas of their operations looking for areas to cut costs or to save inputs. Livestock watering systems are a great place to start. Older livestock waterers can be both power hogs… Read More

Healthy cows are the goal of any successful dairy. Also on the list is high production, maximum feed efficiency and good conception rates, preferably with a new heifer on board. With that in mind, DeLaval rolled out its Herd Navigator — an at-the-milker milk analysis system that scans milk samples for a number of components…. Read More

The current livestock feeding environment is not sustainable, according to John Oliver. Casualties continue to mount in the hog industry as major producers fall as a result of the high price of corn. The cattle industry is not immune to skyrocketing input costs either, as feedyards deal with the same issues around high commodity prices…. Read More

It seems farming equipment gets bigger and bigger every year, but instead of only striving for bigger, Canada-based Jaylor developed its line of mini TMR mixers to suit any sized operation. From a self-contained mini unit, to a tractor-mounted version or even a pick-up truck ready mixer, Jaylor’s line of mini mixers has a size… Read More

The name of the game for dairy at Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show is automation. Lely Canada has been showcasing its robotic milker set up at the Outdoor Farm Show for 12 years, but has expanded its automation technology to feeding, cleaning and all things dairy. This year’s show highlights all of these units. We caught… Read More

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 face of Canada is constantly changing, however, a great deal of those changes happen so slowly they go unnoticed. But sometimes changes take place that can’t help but be felt. Any of those shifts that involve the famous or infamous “baby boomer” generation tend to be some of the more noticeable demographic shifts. That’s… Read More

As important as the domestic beef market is, the success of Canada’s beef industry depends on exports. That means a continued focus on growing current export markets and looking elsewhere for new opportunities to market our beef. It’s those relationships that will be responsible for growing the industry. SEE MORE ILC 2012 COVERAGE. Robert Meijer… Read More

This year’s International Livestock Congress gave producers a chance to gather together to talk about some of the industries big issues. The Canadian Cattlemen’s Association hosts the event that covers a wide range of industry topics from global economic issues all the way to individual efforts toward sustainable production. Martin Unrau is President of the… 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

 

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