The Canadian Agri-Food Trade Alliance (CAFTA) welcomes the beginning of provisional application of the historic Comprehensive Economic and
Agriculture in the Classroom Manitoba (AITC-MB) held its signature event this week south of Winnipeg.
CP Rail's decision to close down 17 producer car loading sites in western Canada is not sitting well with Keystone Agricultural Producers (
As of Thursday, new duty free quotas are available for hormone free Canadian beef entering the European Union.
This year, it is easier and faster for producers to get their Harvest Sample Program results.
Saskatchewan farmers are slowly making their way into the field. Adverse weather has delayed spring field work, such as applying herbicide
The Saskatchewan Crop Insurance Corporation (SCIC) has taken steps to mitigate the spread of clubroot disease.
Major portions of the Canada-European Union Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) came into force.
Ontario’s pork processing capacity took a huge leap forward last week when the province announced a $5.3 million investment into a state-
The federal government is proposing changes to the Income Tax Act aimed at collecting revenue from corporations that are using certain meas
Exports represent about half of the value of what Canadian farmers and food processors produce. Budget 2017 commits the Government to ambit
The Human Resources and Training Coordinator with Manitoba Pork says it's important for swine barn workers dealing with the stresses of Por
Industry-leading assembly line equipment, technology and warehouse expansion support increasing Massey Ferguson compact and utility tractor
With assistance from the Ontario Agri Business Association (OABA) and funding through the Grain Farmers of Ontario, Ontario Ministry of Foo
Agriculture in the Classroom Manitoba (AITC-MB) brought in about a thousand grade four and five students to participate in the annual Amazi
The Arkansas State Plant Board voted to approve regulatory changes for the application of products labeled for agricultural use that contai
Kady Davis of Carrollton is the first recipient of the Kenny Walter Scholarship presented by the Ohio Farm Bureau Foundation
Cattle just aren’t traded the same today as they were decades ago
After a summer of drought in North Dakota, pastures have been used heavily and cattle producers are looking for forage options to get them
Pasture rent is an expense most cattle producers negotiate on a yearly basis and it can fluctuate based on competition from other grazers
Farms.com is very pleased to be hosting a world class Precision Agriculture Conference & Ag Technology Showcase on October 25th, 2017 in Sa
Each elevator is estimated to move 25,000 tonnes of grain in 2018, according to Pipeline Foods
Major portions of the Canada-European Union Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) are coming into force today.
More than 40 pieces of machinery and trucks were on Dan Stahl’s farm to help harvest his corn and soybeans
A researcher with the Prairie Swine Centre says a range of strategies have been shown effective for reducing aggression among group housed
The Canadian Cattlemen’s Association (CCA) notes with interest the provisional implementation of the Canada-European Union (EU) Comprehen
In 2017, wet growing conditions have made it difficult to put up high quality forages. A wet spring delayed planting in many regions, and t
Producing 100 per cent organic pork is challenging, but possible, says duBreton’s president
Next we hear about the role of new venture specialists with Alberta Agriculture and Forestry, and an upcoming event.
Canola production in Canada is estimated to reach a record 19.7 million tonnes in 2017, according to Statistics Canada's model-based princi
The Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) between Canada and the European Union comes into effect Thursday, September 21.
AGCO Corporation, a worldwide manufacturer and distributor of agricultural equipment and solutions, today announced that it has teamed up w
The agriculture and agri-food sector is a key contributor to the Canadian economy. The Government of Canada is committed to working with th
Monitor bins closely during the first six weeks after harvest and then continue to check stored canola regularly until delivery.
Light lodging can actually help straight combining as it can “knit” the crop and reduce whipping in the wind.
Proposed tax modifications have the potential to significantly affect farming families.
To some Saskatchewan wheat farmers, rain clouds were like an endangered species this summer. But with harvest well underway, some of them m
The Chicken Farmers of Canada (CFC) has added further meaning to their recognizable logo for their Raised by a Canadian Farmer campaign.
American Soybean Association (ASA) Vice President John Heisdorffer signaled the association’s strong support today for legislation that w
A science meant for small scale farmers, permaculture can hugely benefit India as 67% of farmland is owned by marginal farmers
Farm technologies raised $1.1 billion, 56% year-over-year growth.
Other top sellers included John Deere and Versatile tractors
Francis Sache will take part in the reversible plowing competition at the 2018 World Ploughing Championships in Germany
Fall-planted cover crops do not all provide the same level of protection against Amaranthus spp. weeds, such as palmer amaranth and waterhe
Unfortunately, many of the areas hit by frost are also areas with late seeded crops.
Agriculture minister Lyle Stewart sees pluses and minuses from this week’s rain.
According to Manitoba Pulse and Sobyean Growers (MPSG), soybean harvest is sitting at about 30 per cent complete in Manitoba.
Chicken Farmers of Canada has expanded its Raised by a Canadian Farmer brand to incorporate the programs that farmers use to raise their bi