This mid-week edition of RealAg Radio features election discussions, and thoughts on #HayWest. You’ll hear from: David Coletto, founding partner and CEO of Abacus Data, on preliminary results from election poll surveys; Mary Robinson, president of Canadian Federation of Agriculture (CFA), on the CFA’s expectations for party platforms; and Ken Schaus, Bruce County, Ont. beef… Read More

In gearing up for Hay West, the question has been asked, why not cows east? It’s an important question to ask. After all, one load of cattle to Ontario, Quebec, or the Atlantic provinces saves sending several truck loads of hay west. There’s no shortage of easterners wanting to send “extra” feed west, but much… Read More

Thanks for tuning into this Thursday edition of RealAg Radio. On today’s farmer rapid fire you’ll hear from: Ryan Barrett, research and agronomy specialist with the PEI potato board, on the snow situation on the east coast; Ken Schaus of Elmwood, Ont., with an update on the cattle market; Korey Peters of Randolph, Man., who’s… Read More

It’s an Agronomic Monday edition of RealAg Radio. On today’s show you’ll hear from: Tom Wolf of Sprayers 101, with key tips for winterizing the sprayer; Ken Schaus of Ont., on some interesting soil-related practices happening on his farm; Dr. Mario Tenuta, University of Manitoba professor, on soil carbon and carbon sequestration; and Steve Denys… Read More

A land and cattle operation that includes consistent cover crops in a diverse cropping mix can offer several benefits, including  improved soil fitness, better equipment and water holding capacity, and a decreased diesel fuel bill. In this episode of the Soil School, Bernard Tobin is joined by Elmwood, Ont.-based Ken Schaus from Schaus Land and… Read More


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