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On behalf of the Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food, the Honourable Marie-Claude Bibeau, Parliamentary Secretary Neil Ellis, and the Member of Parliament for Niagara Centre, Vance Badawey, highlighted funding of up to $1.48 million for extractX Inc. to develop...
Moving back and forth between the cab and equipment while the tractor is running takes time, energy, and risk A farmer from Grande Prairie, Alta., was tired of climbing in and out of his tractor to engage and disengage the...
The ACX-Retractor Kit is an add-on to existing air seeder cart augers or belts that adds the functionality to extend and pivot under a hopper bottom trailer. It is made up of two parts, the hopper/electrical/tube assembly, which is standard...
From current drought and dry field conditions to flooding in recent years, extreme weather events continue to create challenges for Manitoba farmers. The Government of Canada is working with the agricultural sector to equip farmers with the tools they...
A slowdown in the sales of sub-40hp units pulls total U.S. total farm tractor sales negative, while all other segments and Canada continue strong growth according to the latest data from the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM). U.S. total farm...
As part of the Canada Grain Act review, the Alberta Wheat and Barley Commissions call for an end to mandatory outward weighing and inspection services by the Canadian Grain Commission (CGC) that impose additional costs on farmers, and the...
Claas dealer Alberta AG Centre will now cover additional territory in the Western Canadian province and add four new locations. Claas and Alberta AG Centre recently announced that the dealership has been assigned additional territory in Alberta, Canada. The expansion...
The Regina Exhibition Association Limited (REAL) and Canada’s Farm Show advisory board share the return of Canada’s Farm Show in 2021, moving to a virtual platform. “Last year was a difficult year for everyone, globally. We saw a number of...
Precision control systems are becoming more common on farms today and variable rate fertilizer application is becoming one of the most widely adopted options for management of fertilizer application rates while avoiding runoff from over application. Is this technology right...
Josh Buehlow and his Paul father grow corn and soybeans on roughly 2,200 acres in rolling hills in Southwestern Ontario near the town of Ayr. Efficiency is a big deal for the Buehlow's as they work to get the...