Tag: Denise Hockaday

RealAg Radio, Sept 19: NAFTA deal looming, corn on the rise, and cage-free donuts?

RealAg Radio host, Shaun Haney, is back from a trip to New York! Get ready to hear about what he thinks about a “free-range” or “cage-free” pastry shop he passed while walking the city. News with Guse might be sticking around after all… News lead, Jessika Guse breaks down the top ag news stories of… Read more »

RealAg Radio, Sept 13: The U.S. crop grows, electrostatic spraying, and veggies in Ontario

It’s day three at Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show, and that’s where you’ll find host Shaun Haney at the  Climate Fieldview booth for today’s show. Although it’s been partly cloudy for the day at the farm show, that doesn’t mean our guests can’t brighten up your day. On today’s show you’ll hear from: Mathew Pot from… Read more »

The Climate Corp launches FieldView in Western Canada

After testing over the past year, The Climate Corporation has announced the launch of its Climate FieldView ag data platform in Western Canada for the 2018 growing season. “We’re really excited to be able to make this announcement. It’s come from a lot of hard work, as well as making sure we understand farmers needs… Read more »

Taking a closer look at Climate FieldView

Farmers who visited the 2017 Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show (COFS) in Woodstock, Ontario had an opportunity to watch the Climate FieldView  in action in a field scale demo. So how’s it different from other precision agriculture application out there? Owned by The Climate Corporation (a subsidiary of Monsanto), the key to the platform is a device… Read more »

ClimateCorp bringing its agronomic data platform to Canada

The wealth of information available to producers though digital ag platforms has created some on-farm data management issues. A survey earlier this year shows most producers are gathering agronomic data electronically, but many are not yet using that data for management purposes. Could that change, as companies try to make it easier to put data… Read more »

Momentum Tour — Monsanto Sets Maturity & Yield Targets for Corn Acreage Expansion

Seed companies have big plans for the expansion of corn acres in Western Canada, but whether farmers plant more corn will depend on two key factors: maturity and yield. Monsanto Canada announced just over a year ago that it’s spending more than $100 million over 10 years on developing varieties suitable for the Canadian prairies. The company’s… Read more »