Cuts to crop insurance programs have sparked push back from American ag organizations
Health Canada updates the framework for veterinary-use antimicrobials
It is hardly surprising that as many as 20% or more of the equine population consists of horses older than 20.
Yesterday your horse was perfectly sound, but today he won't touch one foot to the ground. There's no apparent injury or sign of a problem
The horse’s digestive tract houses a unique and diverse microbial population, each species in careful balance with the others to serve sp
In a move to further bolster its sales and service support in Texas, CLAAS of America announces a partnership with Hlavinka Equipment Co.
Next we get an update on seeding progress and unharvested acres.
This information will help you to set up your farming operation for a powerful and robust system
On a previous program, Harry Brook, crop specialist at the Ag-Info Centre, discussed the importance of early season weed control.
Saskatchewan farmers are making good progress in the fields.
On Monday, Federal Agriculture Minister Lawrence MacAulay joined Germany's Federal Minister for Food and Agriculture Christian Schmidt in P
The US Food and Drug Administration recently gave approval to Quebec-based Agrisoma Biosciences to produce a new animal feed from carinata,
While most canola seed is treated with an insecticide to fight flea beetles, one agronomist says it's still important to scout for the inse
Delegates from about 30 countries expected to be on hand in June in Des Moines for the 2017 edition of World Pork Expo.
Farmers Making Average Progress at Soybeans are 53% Planted.
Manitoba Pork is encouraging pork producers and their service providers to step up their attention to biosecurity in the wake of the latest
DuPont Pioneer is pleased to announce that $5,000 has been donated to 4-H Ontario as part of its Community Investment Corporate Giving Gran
Local producers are opening their gates to educate the public about agriculture
Post-weaning diarrhea (PWD) is one of the most serious threats for the swine industry worldwide. It is commonly associated with the prolife
World demand for food is growing and research and innovation will help Canadian farmers and food processors meet that demand.
Recent corn and soybean price declines associated with the political situation in Brazil erased the slight gains since the release of the M
Canola farmers welcomed this week’s introduction of the long-awaited Transportation Modernization Act. Bill C-49, which earlier this week
A key issue for pulse growers in Saskatchewan has been market access to India.
With spring seeding well underway, many farmers are turning their attention to spraying for weeds.
It appears the the Transportation Modernization Act (Bill C-49), which was tabled in the House of Commons this week, addresses many of the
Huntington University and the Haupert Institute for Agricultural Studies has announced that the animal science program has added its first
Most forage plants are not well suited for the grazing behavior of horses, said Dirk Philipp, forage researcher for the University of Arkan
The vast majority of cow-calf producers in Tennessee and the Southeast using a defined calving season have long favored spring calving; how
The National Grain and Feed Association (NGFA) this week submitted a statement to the Surface Transportation Board (STB) again calling on t
The United States has had a surplus in agricultural trade every year since 1959. Agricultural exports have accounted for 10 to 11 percent o
Triticale is a winter forage that is gaining in popularity in the Southeast. The name might sound unfamiliar (pronounced trit-i-kay-lee), b
The spring was going great. Corn was nearly planted across Missouri and much of the corn belt. It was a little dry, but not too bad.
The heavy rains of late April and early May have paused and the weather has warmed enough to allow corn and soybean planting (or replanting
Yesterday, our new US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer, gave Congress formal notice of the Trump administration’s intentions to ful
U.S. Wheat Associates (USW) and the National Association of Wheat Growers (NAWG) urge caution as the Trump Administration officially submit
Ready, Set, Mow! First cutting alfalfa is underway in many parts of the state. Every pass across the field reduces the amount of dry matter
Growers whose corn crops were harmed by excessive rain in April and May likely will have enough growing days left in the season if they rep
Planting season is well under way, with some producers nearing completion of peanut, and cotton planting.
AGCO Corporation, a worldwide distributor and manufacturer of agricultural equipment, AGCO Finance and AGCO-affiliated dealerships across t
When it comes to moving farm equipment on public roads, a little planning can go a long way toward preventing accidents.
Early weed control has many benefits as weeds compete with crops for nutrients, water and light.
Representatives from across the grains value chain welcomed this week’s announcement by Agriculture Minister Lawrence MacAulay that the C
Grain Growers of Canada, the national voice of grain farmers, was pleased to see the May 16 introduction of Bill C-49, the Transportation M
Saskatchewan producer’s own the largest farms, says the Conference Board of Canada
Nearly a third of the provincial crop is in the ground.
On May 18, Manitoba's Chief Veterinary Officer confirmed yet another case of the Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea virus (PEDv) in southeast Manito