In September, Bernard Tobin, RealAgriculture.com’s Ontario correspondent, explained in this interview that the Slots-at-Racetrack program was ending and ending quickly. As of March 31, 2013, the slot machines would be pulled from Ontario racetracks, and the revenue generated by the slots (and shared with the province) would walk out the door with the machines. The… Read More

We may live in the information age, but it seems it’s easier to spread misinformation than it is to share facts. Never does this seem so apparent than when we ask urbanites about where they think food comes from and what’s in it. Farmers Feed Cities recently released findings from a survey it had done… Read More

Recently, I asked if farmland prices had surpassed the point of profitability. The response was mixed — prices in some areas were listed as quite high, but often actual sales occurred at a lower, more manageable price. As balance, however, prices far beyond even the $15,000 an acre discussed have since been reported in areas… Read More

It’s no surprise that the fertilizer markets have cooled off this fall, but those farmers shopping for a deal may not want to wait too long to pre-buy. Record prices for corn and soy will definitely pressure prices in to the new growing season, and international buyers are out shopping. Remi Schmaltz, general manager of… Read More

Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show 2012 is set to get underway and RealAgriculture.com will be there throughout the event covering all the latest and greatest at the show. This year’s event features all kinds of live equipment demonstrations, grazing demos, seed demo plots and more along with new products from some of the biggest names in… Read More

Horses and horse racing may not always be top of mind as big business agriculture, but the recent announcement of Ontario pulling the plug on the Slots-at-Racetrack program as of March 31, 2013 is set to rip a huge hole in the equine industry and the economy of rural Ontario. The demise of a horse… Read More

The RealAgriculture Roundtable reconvened last week during Canada’s Farm Progress Show in Regina, Saskatchewan. This time around, Shaun and Lyndsey were joined by Morris Industries Chief Operating Officer Don Henry. We’ve talked with Don before on RealAgriculture.com and he is extremely knowledgable when it comes to farm equipment and cropping in general. With that in… Read More

RealAgriculture.com growing, hires new Editor Veteran ag journalist Lyndsey Smith will manage content across all platforms and channels at RealAgriculture.com Picture Butte, AB – April 30, 2012 – A year-over-year doubling of online traffic at RealAgriculture.com has enabled the company to hire one of the country’s top ag journalists to manage content creation and planning…. Read More

With the final steps toward the ending of the single desk coming ever closer, the ante continues to be upped as the current CWB board fights to gain a hearing. The extremely polarizing debate continues to cause deep divisions amongst producers, even more so in what appear to be the final days of the CWB… Read More

This years Farm Progress Show in Regina had everything from mini donuts to prototype machinery spread out over a massive area both indoors and out. RealAgriculture even had a booth at the event this year. There was a lot to cover and a lot to see. The show attracts roughly 40,000 visitors annually and is… Read More

 

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