Morris Industries’ new air drill is seeing some additional attention from the team, as the company strives to improve producer productivity. Unveiled last year at Canada’s Farm Progress Show in Regina, the Quantum drill is available in widths of 40 to 70 feet, and, like all drills, its productivity is limited by its width and,… Read More

It’s not often the RealAg content team gets together in real life, but when we do, it’s time to record an entire RealAg Radio show! On today’s show the content team of Shaun Haney, Jessika Guse, Kara Oosterhuis, Bern Tobin and Lyndsey Smith (just missing Peter Johnson!) tackle: Trade and Canada’s unenviable position; Whether the… Read More

Wrapping up day five of hosting the show, Lyndsey Smith might have out-done herself with today’s lineup. From two RealAggies, and on to a beef market update, planting review, and a frank discussion on animal rights activists, this is a show you don’t want to miss. You’ll hear from: New (but not new) field editor… Read More

The way we farm is continuously changing, including the way farms with irrigated acres power their irrigation pivots. The idea of using solar energy to help offset the cost of operating pivots once seemed foreign, but there’s growing interest some early adopters have setup solar installations. Merlinds Farms Ltd, near Grassy Lake, Alta. was the first in… Read More

This spring, the RealAgriculture content team is pleased to be joined by Alberta-based Kara Oosterhuis. Kara will be busy in the field filming across Alberta and Saskatchewan. Hello there! My name is Kara Oosterhuis, and I am excited and proud to be the newest member of the RealAgriculture team. I grew up on a mixed irrigation… Read More

 

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