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Establishing A New Pasture

Reasons to establish a new pasture include moving from annual crops to perennial pasture or forage, or to improve an existing pasture that is not producing very well. When planning to seed new pastures there are a few questions that you should ask yourself before actually starting the process.

Field Demonstrations Announced for Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show 2015

Field demonstrations continue to be an integral part of Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show (COFS) each year. For 2015, the demo lineup has been announced and planning is already underway.

Bacterial Blight In Dry Beans Goes Airborne

With the late start to planting, wet weather and late harvest, 2014 was a year many farmers are glad to have behind them.

Do Soybeans Require Insects for Pollination?

Soybeans are considered to be a self-pollinating legume. This means that pollen produced within a flower fertilizes the ovary of the same flower on the same plant.

Making the Most of Your On-Farm Trials

A well-planned and run on-farm trial is a great way to test new ideas, products, and equipment. But, to provide meaningful information, even a simple on-farm trial takes time to plan and carry-out.

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