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Producers in much of Western Canada are looking forward to warmer weather to help crops advance through the early stages after a cool seeding season and delays in seeding. For canola, slow emergence and growth due to cool temperatures, combined with wind damage in some areas, makes tiny plants a sitting target for flea beetles.... Read More…
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There are areas of Western Canada that are nowhere near full soil recharge, and there are areas of Ontario still too wet to plant, but overall ample moisture in April and May has set up farmers and ranchers with a solid start to the 2024 growing season. Looking ahead to June, July, and August, Matt... Read More…
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Thanks for tuning in to this Wednesday edition of RealAg Radio. Host Shaun Haney is joined by: Matt Makens with Makens Weather on a June, July, and August forecast for North America; Senator Rob Black on the committee report on Soil Health and the recommendations; Hear a spotlight interview with Barrie Mann for Genesis Fertilizers;... Read More…
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Thanks for tuning in to this Wednesday edition of RealAg Radio. Host Shaun Haney is joined by: Matt Makens with Makens Weather on a June, July, and August forecast for North America; Senator Rob Black on the committee report on Soil Health and the recommendations; Hear a spotlight interview with Barrie Mann for Genesis Fertilizers;... Read More…
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It’s not just insects that may have a jump on the crop this year in Ontario — weeds are large and in charge, and diseases, such as tar spot, could blow up from the U.S. much earlier than last year. But that’s not all the agronomic knowledge you’ll glean from this episode of Wheat Pete’s... Read Moreעל ידי RealAgriculture
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It’s not just insects that may have a jump on the crop this year in Ontario — weeds are large and in charge, and diseases, such as tar spot, could blow up from the U.S. much earlier than last year. But that’s not all the agronomic knowledge you’ll glean from this episode of Wheat Pete’s... Read Moreעל ידי RealAgriculture
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This editorial was penned and submitted by: Chris Davison, president & CEO of the Canola Council of Canada; Dean Dias, CEO of Cereals Canada, and Greg Cherewyk, president of Pulse Canada. It’s hockey playoff season in Canada. The time of the year when Canadians witness what ingredients are necessary for a successful team – a... Read More…
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This editorial was penned and submitted by: Chris Davison, president & CEO of the Canola Council of Canada; Dean Dias, CEO of Cereals Canada, and Greg Cherewyk, president of Pulse Canada. It’s hockey playoff season in Canada. The time of the year when Canadians witness what ingredients are necessary for a successful team – a... Read More…
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Thanks for tuning in to Tuesday with Lyndsey! Host Lyndsey Smith is joined by: Greg Northey with Pulse Canada to discuss how labour challenges are taking a toll on Canada’s export potential; Myles Immerkar with the Canadian Angus Association on new genetic selection tools; Kyle Larkin of Grain Growers of Canada on the impact of... Read More…
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Thanks for tuning in to Tuesday with Lyndsey! Host Lyndsey Smith is joined by: Greg Northey with Pulse Canada to discuss how labour challenges are taking a toll on Canada’s export potential; Myles Immerkar with the Canadian Angus Association on new genetic selection tools; Kyle Larkin of Grain Growers of Canada on the impact of... Read More…
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The federal government’s plan to raise the capital gains inclusion rate in less than two weeks will increase the tax bill on the sale of a typical Canadian grain farm by 30 per cent, based on research conducted by Grain Growers of Canada (GGC). Grain Growers has written a letter to Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland... Read More…
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The federal government’s plan to raise the capital gains inclusion rate in less than two weeks will increase the tax bill on the sale of a typical Canadian grain farm by 30 per cent, based on research conducted by Grain Growers of Canada (GGC). Grain Growers has written a letter to Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland... Read More…
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In an ideal growing season, corn goes in to fit soil, with a strong starter fertilizer package, and a plan for a top-dress pass. In reality, the ’24 season in Ontario has started out as anything but ideal. A very early warm up has led to well advanced weeds, smeared in corn, and excessive water,... Read More…
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In an ideal growing season, corn goes in to fit soil, with a strong starter fertilizer package, and a plan for a top-dress pass. In reality, the ’24 season in Ontario has started out as anything but ideal. A very early warm up has led to well advanced weeds, smeared in corn, and excessive water,... Read More…
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Thanks for tuning in to this Agronomic Monday edition of RealAg Radio! Host Shaun Haney is joined by resident agronomist Peter Johnson to discuss challenging planting conditions in Ontario and FHB risk. Plus hear a Canola School episode on managing kochia and testing for resistance, and then don’t miss a product spotlight interview with Farming... …
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Thanks for tuning in to this Agronomic Monday edition of RealAg Radio! Host Shaun Haney is joined by resident agronomist Peter Johnson to discuss challenging planting conditions in Ontario and FHB risk. Plus hear a Canola School episode on managing kochia and testing for resistance, and then don’t miss a product spotlight interview with Farming... …
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Becoming an effective leader of any team begins with first taking charge of yourself. Leadership of self, says Mark Gasparotto, is a necessary step before being truly ready and able to lead others, whether on the farm or elsewhere in life. Gasparotto, founder of The Gasparotto Group and former Canadian military commander, says potential leaders... …
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Becoming an effective leader of any team begins with first taking charge of yourself. Leadership of self, says Mark Gasparotto, is a necessary step before being truly ready and able to lead others, whether on the farm or elsewhere in life. Gasparotto, founder of The Gasparotto Group and former Canadian military commander, says potential leaders... …
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Thanks for tuning in to this episode of RealAg on the Weekend. On this weekend’s show, with host Shaun Haney is joined by: Anne Wasko of the Gateway Livestock Exchange for the Beef Market Update; Bethany Wyatt with BASF Canada on Group 11 resistance; and Ranulf Glanville with Grainfox to discuss the wheat and canola... Read More…
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Thanks for tuning in to this episode of RealAg on the Weekend. On this weekend’s show, with host Shaun Haney is joined by: Anne Wasko of the Gateway Livestock Exchange for the Beef Market Update; Bethany Wyatt with BASF Canada on Group 11 resistance; and Ranulf Glanville with Grainfox to discuss the wheat and canola... Read More…
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Welcome to Frontlines: Geopolitics affecting agriculture with Jacob Shapiro of Cognitive Investments and Shaun Haney! On this podcast episode, Shapiro unpacks the results of this week’s Mexican presidential election. Shapiro says that electing Claudia Sheinbaum as its president-elect is a net positive for the country, but potentially negative for C…
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Welcome to Frontlines: Geopolitics affecting agriculture with Jacob Shapiro of Cognitive Investments and Shaun Haney! On this podcast episode, Shapiro unpacks the results of this week’s Mexican presidential election. Shapiro says that electing Claudia Sheinbaum as its president-elect is a net positive for the country, but potentially negative for C…
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Thanks for tuning in to this Friday edition of RealAg Radio recorded LIVE at the Canadian Association of Farm Advisors event! Host Shaun Haney takes a look into RealAgristudies data on profitability and risk in 2024, as well as learning and development. Rounding out the show, Haney has a discussion with an advisor panel, including:... Read More…
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Thanks for tuning in to this Friday edition of RealAg Radio recorded LIVE at the Canadian Association of Farm Advisors event! Host Shaun Haney takes a look into RealAgristudies data on profitability and risk in 2024, as well as learning and development. Rounding out the show, Haney has a discussion with an advisor panel, including:... Read More…
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The strike at Cargill’s beef processing facility at Guelph, Ont., is nearing the two-week mark, forcing cattle to be marketed elsewhere in and outside the province. Around 960 workers at the Cargill facility, which can processes around 1,500 head of cattle per day and represents between 75 and 80 per cent of Ontario’s beef processing... Read More…
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The strike at Cargill’s beef processing facility at Guelph, Ont., is nearing the two-week mark, forcing cattle to be marketed elsewhere in and outside the province. Around 960 workers at the Cargill facility, which can processes around 1,500 head of cattle per day and represents between 75 and 80 per cent of Ontario’s beef processing... Read More…
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Cash trade in the south and in Canada was pretty quiet this week, nudging off the start of June versus any real kickoff to the new month. In the U.S., slaughter was down this week too, bumping the cutout price a little in the post-Memorial Day shortened week, says Anne Wasko with the Gateway Livestock... Read More…
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Cash trade in the south and in Canada was pretty quiet this week, nudging off the start of June versus any real kickoff to the new month. In the U.S., slaughter was down this week too, bumping the cutout price a little in the post-Memorial Day shortened week, says Anne Wasko with the Gateway Livestock... Read More…
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Thanks for tuning in to this Thursday edition on RealAg Radio, brought to you by Pioneer Seeds Canada! On this week’s Farmer Rapid Fire, host Shaun Haney checks in with: Patrick Dunphy of South Pinette, P.E.I.; Emery Huska of Lambton, Ont.; Ron Krahn of Rivers, Man.; and, Rudy Meier of Fraser Valley, B.C. Plus, we... Read More…
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Thanks for tuning in to this Thursday edition on RealAg Radio, brought to you by Pioneer Seeds Canada! On this week’s Farmer Rapid Fire, host Shaun Haney checks in with: Patrick Dunphy of South Pinette, P.E.I.; Emery Huska of Lambton, Ont.; Ron Krahn of Rivers, Man.; and, Rudy Meier of Fraser Valley, B.C. Plus, we... Read More…
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Soybean yield contest winners typically rely on weekly tissue testing and foliar feeding to help produce eye-popping, trophy-winning yields. But does this tool have the power to make yield for growers who test and feed just a couple of times during the season? SGS Canada agronomist Jack Legg thinks the practice makes sense for a... Read More…
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Soybean yield contest winners typically rely on weekly tissue testing and foliar feeding to help produce eye-popping, trophy-winning yields. But does this tool have the power to make yield for growers who test and feed just a couple of times during the season? SGS Canada agronomist Jack Legg thinks the practice makes sense for a... Read More…
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The wheat market isn’t usually the exciting one to watch, but as Ranulf Granville, chief market analyst with Grainfox, says over the last six to eight weeks there’s a lot of company that has started to gather on the bullish side making for some excitement. But is wheat really in that much better a fundamental... Read More…
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The wheat market isn’t usually the exciting one to watch, but as Ranulf Granville, chief market analyst with Grainfox, says over the last six to eight weeks there’s a lot of company that has started to gather on the bullish side making for some excitement. But is wheat really in that much better a fundamental... Read More…
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Methane emissions from cattle have received plenty of mainstream attention over the past decade, with calls to eat less beef often not accounting for the carbon sequestration and biodiversity benefits of producing highly-nutritious food on grasslands. The panel in this episode of the Ag Policy Connection ruminates on how environmental policies can …
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Methane emissions from cattle have received plenty of mainstream attention over the past decade, with calls to eat less beef often not accounting for the carbon sequestration and biodiversity benefits of producing highly-nutritious food on grasslands. The panel in this episode of the Ag Policy Connection ruminates on how environmental policies can …
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While fungicide resistance evolves similarly to herbicide resistance, it can be more challenging to assess given the patchy nature of disease infection across a field, the decreased incidence of disease in dry years, and the multiple lifecycles some pulse diseases complete in a year. Bethany Wyatt, senior technical service specialist with BASF, say…
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While fungicide resistance evolves similarly to herbicide resistance, it can be more challenging to assess given the patchy nature of disease infection across a field, the decreased incidence of disease in dry years, and the multiple lifecycles some pulse diseases complete in a year. Bethany Wyatt, senior technical service specialist with BASF, say…
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Former U.S. president Ronald Reagan popularized the phrase “trust, but verify” in the context of the Cold War, but similar logic applies in the active battle against increasingly-prevalent glyphosate-resistant kochia. It’s a safe assumption to trust that kochia is glyphosate-resistant in much of Western Canada, but there’s still value in verifying,…
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Former U.S. president Ronald Reagan popularized the phrase “trust, but verify” in the context of the Cold War, but similar logic applies in the active battle against increasingly-prevalent glyphosate-resistant kochia. It’s a safe assumption to trust that kochia is glyphosate-resistant in much of Western Canada, but there’s still value in verifying,…
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It’s stroke awareness week! Peter Johnson starts off this episode of Wheat Pete’s Word by talking about both volunteering and the importance of catching strokes early. Medical procedures can now reverse almost all of the negative impacts of a stroke if they can be treated within the first four to six hours. Remember the acronym... Read More…
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It’s stroke awareness week! Peter Johnson starts off this episode of Wheat Pete’s Word by talking about both volunteering and the importance of catching strokes early. Medical procedures can now reverse almost all of the negative impacts of a stroke if they can be treated within the first four to six hours. Remember the acronym... Read More…
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Thanks for tuning in to this Wednesday edition of RealAg Radio. Host Shaun Haney is joined by Ranulf Glanville, chief market analyst with GrainFox to discuss the commodity markets. We will also hear some feedback from the audience and don’t miss the top ag news stories! Thoughts on something we talked about on the show?... Read More…
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Thanks for tuning in to this Wednesday edition of RealAg Radio. Host Shaun Haney is joined by Ranulf Glanville, chief market analyst with GrainFox to discuss the commodity markets. We will also hear some feedback from the audience and don’t miss the top ag news stories! Thoughts on something we talked about on the show?... Read More…
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It’s like lemon juice on a paper cut for those in the far south of Ontario who haven’t got an acre of corn in the ground yet, but the initial look at the emerged corn crop in the U.S. is looking mighty fine. Ranulf Glanville, chief market analyst with GrainFox, says that this early good... Read Moreעל ידי RealAgriculture
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It’s like lemon juice on a paper cut for those in the far south of Ontario who haven’t got an acre of corn in the ground yet, but the initial look at the emerged corn crop in the U.S. is looking mighty fine. Ranulf Glanville, chief market analyst with GrainFox, says that this early good... Read Moreעל ידי RealAgriculture
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Whether we’re talking imports of electric vehicles or pea protein, or promises made ahead of upcoming elections, tariffs are back in the spotlight in many Western countries, including the U.S. The Biden government’s decision to impose high tariffs on Chinese-made EVs is in line with past decisions that were made by the Trump administration, while..…
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Whether we’re talking imports of electric vehicles or pea protein, or promises made ahead of upcoming elections, tariffs are back in the spotlight in many Western countries, including the U.S. The Biden government’s decision to impose high tariffs on Chinese-made EVs is in line with past decisions that were made by the Trump administration, while..…
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Thanks for tuning in to this episode of RealAg Radio with host Shaun Haney. Today’s shows features the recent Ag Policy Connection podcast discussing the value and future of agricultural extension. Ag Policy Connection host Kelvin Heppner is joined by Saskatchewan farmer Jake Leguee, Joy Agnew with Olds College, and Ataharul Chowdhury with Universi…
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Thanks for tuning in to this episode of RealAg Radio with host Shaun Haney. Today’s shows features the recent Ag Policy Connection podcast discussing the value and future of agricultural extension. Ag Policy Connection host Kelvin Heppner is joined by Saskatchewan farmer Jake Leguee, Joy Agnew with Olds College, and Ataharul Chowdhury with Universi…
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