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Welcome, Joe Dales!

We Hope you Like the Farms.com Social Network Site for Ontario Agriculture.

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Joe Dales
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joe.dales@farms.com

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Beautiful Video: The Farmer.

Posted on December 23, 2016 at 11:57am

Introducing Farmer Clair Doan 2016 Nuffield Canada Scholar.





Farms.com had the opportunity to video interview farmer and agri banker Clair Doan who is also one of the 2016 Nuffield Canada scholars. Clair's Nuffield research project will focus on how Canada’s supply managed sectors, particularly poultry farmers, can manage during times of uncertainty with increased political and global market pressures. As an advocate for our… Continue

Posted on February 21, 2016 at 7:00am

Maizex Seeds Celebrating 30 Years of Serving Farmers.

Posted on August 2, 2015 at 3:08am — 1 Comment

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At 7:23am on October 10, 2014, Genevieve Cavanagh said…

Thanks Joe! Have a great weekend as well.

At 5:52am on April 8, 2013, wayne mullins said…

worked wit cattle and horses and filed work can operate most farm machinery wayne

At 7:20am on April 2, 2013, Gustavo Gonzalez-Roelants said…

Thanks for your welcoming message!

At 6:34am on March 27, 2013, Scott Farhood said…

Hi Joe...thanks for the welcome.  Great to be part of such a good site to have for connecting with people in the Ag business.

At 12:16pm on December 2, 2011, Peter Heinrich said…
Thanks. Look forward to contributing.
Peter
At 11:13am on April 8, 2011, Liz Robertson said…

Hi Joe,

 

Just starting to get into this social networking thing.  Have some time now.  Moved to SK Nov. so unpacking, building a new offfice, etc....Busy!

 

Hope all is well.  How is your farm succession project coming?

Liz

At 5:50am on April 2, 2011, Joe Dickenson said…
Thanks Joe, keep in touch.
At 8:20am on March 11, 2011, Wayne Warner said…

Hi Joe

Thanks for your welcome to Ontag.

Wayne Warner

At 3:38am on November 25, 2010, Sandra Dales said…
Farmers Matter.
At 6:12pm on October 13, 2010, Rebecca Hannam said…
Thank you!

Hope all is well,
Rebecca
 
 
 

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Saskatchewan Crop Conditions Up from a Year Ago

The first Saskatchewan crop condition ratings for the 2024 growing season are mostly up from a year ago, although the scope of improvement is variable. The weekly provincial crop report on Thursday pegged this year’s spring wheat crop at 87% good to excellent as of Monday, up a relatively modest 6 points from a year earlier, while the oat and barley ratings were 2 and 5 points higher, respectively, at 87% good to excellent for both. At 78% good to excellent, the condition of the canola crop was just a single point above a year ago. On the other hand, the condition of the durum crop was rated 93% good to excellent as of Monday, an increase of 21 points from a year ago, while the lentil crop was 15 points better at 90% and the chickpea crop a major 31 points higher at 95%. Gains for other crops fell somewhere in between. At 91% good to excellent, the condition of the flax crop was up 8 points on the year, with mustard up 14 points to 88%, and peas up 9 points to 91%. The canary cro

New Grading Changes Coming for the 2024-25 Crop Year

The Canadian Grain Commission has announced new grading changes for the upcoming 2024-25 crop year that it says will better meet the needs of the grain sector in Canada and grain buyers around the world. Among the changes are new variety designation lists for food barley, and updates to the assessment of seed coat discolouration in soybeans. According to a CGC release, food barley varieties are unique and different from malting or feed barley varieties due to the distinct quality features desired for food, such as high beta-glucans. And to ensure Canadian producers and the agriculture sector can realize the benefits of developing and growing these varieties, the CGC is creating variety designation lists for Barley, Canada Eastern Food, which will take effect on July 1, 2024, and Barley, Canada Western Food, which will take effect on Aug. 1, 2024. Meanwhile, as part of the CGC grain grading modernization project, the official Grain Grading Guide will be updated to clarify the asse

Alberta Seeding Complete; Crop Emergence on Track with Average

The final push was delayed by rain in some parts of the province last week, but Alberta seeding is virtually now complete.  Friday’s crop showed the planting of Alberta major crops (spring wheat, oats, barley, canola, and peas) at 99.6% complete as of Tuesday, up a few points from a week earlier and in line with the five- and 10-year averages of 99.4% and 98.7%.  The report said final seeding efforts in the Central, North East, and North West regions were slowed by rain that was accompanied by persistent strong winds that led to an overall reduction in surface soil moisture in all areas but the Peace Region.   Regardless, crop growth is off to a good start, with the South Region in need of timely rains while the rest of the province needs warmer temperatures, the report said.  The emergence of major crops across the province is reported at 86%, which matches both the 5- and 10-year averages. Regionally, emergence of major crops is behind the historical average in the South and Nort

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B.C. farmers are accessing new technology through federal and provincial government funding to grow their businesses and increase production to help strengthen food security in the province.

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