I’ve got to tell you, this week has been a bit of a marathon, maybe only a little bit because it started off in the rosy afterglow of a Rider win in the 101st Grey Cup championship (sorry Ti-Cat fans!). That, and we were everywhere this week. Everywhere! The RealAgriculture team was in Banff for… Read More

I have worked in agriculture my entire life (except for my foolish misguided three months in the financial services industry) and I would not have it any other way. Is my role different from many, well yes. The one thing that I enjoy the most about RealAgriculture.com is getting to meet so many people across… Read More

We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again, the sprayer is really a multi-purpose tool on the modern farm. From pre-seed burn-off, to in-crop protection and fertility applications, to post-harvest, the sprayer rarely sits still on the farm. Because it’s involved throughout the entire growing season, the sprayer could potentially be a great place… Read More

Well, it’s official. The busy winter conference season is upon us, and I, for one, couldn’t be happier. This week, the RealAgriculture.com team took in Agri-Trade at Red Deer, Alta., and the first-ever Cereals North America conference. Also on this week was the Royal in Toronto, and though we didn’t make it there, we did… Read More

In a continuing trend, consumers are saying no to the idea of making the labeling of GMO included foods mandatory.  In Washington voters said no to the idea of mandatory GMO labeling.Detractors will spout off that this loss was due to biotech companies spending a state record 22 million dollars, but the reality is that… Read More

 

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