Thanks for tuning in to this Thursday edition of the Farmer Rapid Fire! Today’s show is brought to you by Pioneer Seeds Canada. Guest host Lyndsey Smith is joined by: John Guelly of Westlock, Alta.; Katie Keddy of Annapolis Valley, N.S.; Mike Groot of southwestern Ont.; and Daryl Fransoo of Glaslyn, Sask. As well, don’t… Read More

I’ve been having this conversation a lot lately, as I’m sure many of you have been too — I’m not sure how we’re at the end of December already. Although the last couple of weeks have shown some true winter temperatures, it has been abnormally warm (and dry) in my area, which I’m convinced has… Read More

It’s Thursday! That means a Farmer Rapid Fire here on RealAg Radio. On this week’s edition, you’ll hear from: Ethan Wallace of Seaforth, Ont.; Peter Gredig of St. Thomas, Ont.; Warren McCutcheon of Carman, Man.; Lesley Rae Kelly of Watrous, Sask.; and John Guelly of Westlock, Alta. Thoughts on something we talked about on the… Read More

Welcome to this Tuesday edition of RealAg Radio. On today’s show you’ll hear: The top ag news stories of the day with host Shaun Haney; Eric Snodgrass, senior atmospheric scientist at Nutrien Ag Solutions; Mike Pasztor, vegetable and cash crop farmer from Ontario, on issues not having seasonal or temporary foreign workers; and John Guelly,… Read More

Poor harvest conditions in Alberta have caused an unthinkable about of economic loss let alone stress for the farmer this year. Mix in the uncertainty of trade, ongoing disputes across the global political stage, and business risk management (BRM) programs not being equipped to handle the issues is a recipe for disaster, according to Team… Read More

Switch to longer rotations, reduce soil movement, grow resistant varieties — the list of keys to managing against clubroot disease has become familiar for many canola growers in Western Canada, but an Alberta farmer with years of experience farming with high clubroot concentrations has another piece of advice: don’t be afraid to talk about it…. Read More

 

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