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January 2013 Blog Posts (13)

AALP Class 14 International Study Tour to India - February 17-March 2, 2013

Each class of the Advanced Agricultural Leadership Program (AALP) includes two study tours as part of the curriculum – one in North America, and one involving international travel. These study tours give participants the opportunity to gain an even broader perspective and understanding of regional/national/ international issues and their…

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Added by AALP on January 21, 2013 at 11:32am — No Comments

BASF Invites Some Urban Consumers To The Farm. Sustainability Video Series.

 

 

 

Conversations On Sustainability online video series captures the

dialogue when urban consumers meet the farmers that grow their food.





MISSISSAUGA, ON - BASF Canada (BASF) today launched an online

video series called Conversations On Sustainability on its AgSolutions YouTube

channel. The videos feature highlights from the conversations five urbanites had

with five Canadian farmers when they…

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Added by OntAG Admin on January 16, 2013 at 9:59pm — No Comments

Baxter Black: Just A Dog.

Added by Joe Dales on January 15, 2013 at 11:25pm — No Comments

Farms.com Acquires AgBuyer's Guide Publication.

Farms.com is pleased to announce that it has acquired the monthly publication AgBuyersGuide from Trader…

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Added by Joe Dales on January 15, 2013 at 10:35pm — No Comments

Plan for Safety

Farm Safety is no accident.  Long hours and heavy equipment make for the best conditions to have accidents happen, but they don't have to.  This time of the year, well in advance of spring work is the perfect time to plan for the coming year, and SAFETY should be a big part of that plan.  It is very easy to convince yourself "it won't happen to me" and you may even think theres nothing that can be done in advance, but I'll say your wrong if thats your approach to a safe farm.

Had a…

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Added by Gus Ternoey on January 15, 2013 at 6:57pm — No Comments

Not Easy Being a New Farmer

The last half of 2012 was busy for me, even took on custom combining to give me an extra reason to run home fast from the factory.  And although the crops turned out good, the markets are favourable, it was still a tough year.  

My appeal (Detail in a prior Blog) to have my farm land taxed at the farm rate came, and the decision made, NO you don't get the farm tax rate, you get to pay…

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Added by Gus Ternoey on January 10, 2013 at 7:53pm — 2 Comments

Benefits of Tile Drainage

With an accurately designed and installed tile drainage system, you can bring your crop management to a whole new level. Improve yields, improve your soil, and improve the environment around you. It's a good deal for everyone.  You can hire in a professional, or you can do it yourself with great benefits.

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\uap>Installing tile drains on your farm will bring you numerous benefits.

\uap>Better Yields.

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Added by Paul Smith on January 9, 2013 at 8:30am — No Comments

Implement steering keeps pulled implements on the right track

                       

\uah2>It's all very well setting up virtual guidelines for a tractor's visual guidance or automatic steering system to follow, but what if the implement being used doesn't run true? \uap>After all, a large part of the justification for GPS autosteer is its ability to maximise implement output by minimising overlaps and… Continue

Added by Paul Smith on January 5, 2013 at 12:46am — No Comments

How to Maximize Potato Planting Stands and Yields

Numerous studies have shown that an average potato field, contains 7% missing or misplaced seed placement causing a total loose of production.  These errors are more commonly referred to as misses and doubles.  This is just the in-row misplacements of skips and doubles, not the row to row errors that are present within the fields from guess row areas.  Guess rows can be corrected easily with the addition of assisted GPS steering systems.

What does this mean to you, would you be…

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Added by Paul Smith on January 3, 2013 at 11:24pm — No Comments

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Agriculture Headlines from Farms.com Canada East News - click on title for full story

The problem with public trust and traceability in farming

The president of Bayer CropScience Canada, Al Driver, had just finished talking about why his company decided to purchase Monsanto — and how that would affect farmers — when the question of public trust came up.

Government of Canada announces fund that will have a real impact for the middle-class in Montreal

Canada’s economy is strong and growing, with more jobs and opportunities for the middle class, and for people working hard to join it. There are more good, well-paying jobs for Canadians, wages are growing, consumer confidence is strong and business profits are up – good news for Canadians and the communities they call home.

Farm Organizations Take Part in Roundtable with Ontario's Minister of Agriculture, Food, and Rural Affairs

There was an agriculture roundtable in Owen Sound. A dozen representatives from the local agriculture sector had a meeting on Tuesday with the Province's Agriculture Minister.

CFIA announces recall of some types of cauliflower, lettuce due to E. coli

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has announced a recall of certain types of cauliflower and lettuce due to possible E. coli contamination.

Alberta province vies with Prince Edward Island to be potato capital of Canada

This spud’s for you, Alberta. ATB Financial’s Economics & Research Team said on Monday that although the potato capital of Canada has historically been Prince Edward Island, there’s a change afoot.

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