Agriculture is an industry that has been misunderstood by those outside of it. It has at times been maligned, caricatured and left a mystery to the people who rely on it the most. A great deal of that has to do with the individuals involved in farming. In general, farmers are a low key group… Read More

As organizers of Canada’s Farm Progress Show put it, their show caters to producers interested in “the big iron”. In the spirit of that, a number of new product launches in that “big iron” category took place this week in Regina. One of those new offerings came from Versatile as they showed off their brand… Read More

At Canada’s Farm Progress Show in Regina this week it was difficult to miss the impressive rail car (errr…air cart) from Seed Hawk. Seed Hawk has a 1300 bushel air cart that is visually astonishing.  For the farmers looking to seed a section of wheat without having to refill the drill, this is the perfect option… Read More

Canada’s Farm Progress Show, Chairman, Larry Gregga is very excited about the future of Canada’s Farm Progress show.  With over 800 exhibitors, over 50 internationally based companies, and 1.9 million square feet of trade show space, it has been officially dubbed the biggest in Canada. Jason Stroeve, (aka. @realagvideoguy) talked to Chairman, Larry Gregga about… Read More

This week is Canada’s Farm Progress Show in Regina Saskatchewan.  Jason, Lyndsey and myself will be at the show capturing all of the highlights for you.  We will be writing posts, getting audio and our ever famous videos of everything that happens at the show. Our sponsor for this years show will be Morris Industries,… Read More

Every cowboy or cowgirl needs to make sure that they look good. Whether you are headed to church or on horseback on the ranch in East End, Saskatchewan, you need a cowboy hat that makes a statement about yourself. At NCBA 2012 in Nashville, my ranching friend Barry decided that he needed a new cowboy… Read More

FarmTech 2012 was an incredible success by all measures. It managed to bring together some of the most progressive and diverse farmers from across the West to listen to some of the most innovative and knowledgable people in the industry. With such a diverse and savvy group available to us, we had to take the… Read More

Depending on how many cattle you feed and what stage those cattle are at, the silage pit can be your second home during the day. It can also be a very dangerous place depending on how high that pile is. Typically if your pile is high, you end up creating a cliff when you dig… Read More

The best and the most valuable advice comes from people who have actually been in the situation that they’re giving advice about. So when a topic as touchy and as potentially difficult as succession comes up, you need that “first hand experience” type of advice. Lee Markert brought that advice to producers when he spoke… Read More

The current beef-trade relationship between the U.S. and Canada is the best it’s been in a long time. That’s good. We do a lot of business with the U.S. and from a geographical perspective, there is a “convenience factor” that will always keep that relationship somewhat open no matter the issue. However, even with that… Read More

 

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