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Joe Dales
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Welcome, Joe Dales!

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

Please contact us if you have any questions, ideas or feedback on how we can make this a valuable resource for Ontario Agriculture and our members.

Thanks,

Joe Dales
Farms.com Ltd.
877-438-5729 x5013
joe.dales@farms.com

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Beautiful Video: The Farmer.

Posted on December 23, 2016 at 5:57pm

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 1:00pm

Maizex Seeds Celebrating 30 Years of Serving Farmers.

Posted on August 2, 2015 at 10:08am — 1 Comment

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At 2:23pm on October 10, 2014, Genevieve Cavanagh said…

Thanks Joe! Have a great weekend as well.

At 12:52pm on April 8, 2013, wayne mullins said…

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

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

Thanks for your welcoming message!

At 1:34pm 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 6:16pm on December 2, 2011, Peter Heinrich said…
Thanks. Look forward to contributing.
Peter
At 6:13pm 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 12:50pm on April 2, 2011, Joe Dickenson said…
Thanks Joe, keep in touch.
At 2:20pm on March 11, 2011, Wayne Warner said…

Hi Joe

Thanks for your welcome to Ontag.

Wayne Warner

At 9:38am on November 25, 2010, Sandra Dales said…
Farmers Matter.
At 1:12am on October 14, 2010, Rebecca Hannam said…
Thank you!

Hope all is well,
Rebecca
 
 
 

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While managing soil microbes might be the newest frontier to improving soil health, one thing has not changed: you cannot improve soil you no longer have! Minimizing erosion is the first step in a soil health management plan.

Farming in the cloud

A digital cloud, where critical farm management information is stored in cloud-based systems, means all data across all platforms are updated at the same time.

Wheat: Innovation through Collaboration

Innovation is a competitive advantage for Canadian farmers. It is through ongoing innovation that Canadian wheat exports will compete with the likes of the Black Sea. In the period of 2015-2018, Canada has consistently been in the top 10 wheat producing countries in the world and within the top 5 wheat exporting countries in the world.

Huge Backlog Pressures Slaughter Hog Values

The Director of Risk Management with HAMS Marketing Services says a massive year over year increase in the number of hogs available in the U.S. for slaughter continues to pressure North American live hog values. USDA released its quarterly hogs and pigs report last week.

Pre-Harvest Glyphosate

Keep it Clean is reminding Canadian canola, cereal and pulse growers that careful management of preharvest glyphosate applications can help to ensure crops meet the needs of our domestic and export customers. Applying pre-harvest glyphosate too early can result in unacceptable product residues in the grain which can create market risk.

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