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Agriculture ministers gather in Quebec City while watching the Canada-EU summit in Montreal

Farm groups remind the agriculture ministers of the actions they’ve called for in recent months... Read More.

Another Pea Protein Facility Coming To Manitoba

Merit Functional Foods Corporation is building a $65-million facility in southern Manitoba to produce both pea and canola protein... Read More.

Farm Groups Launch Online Survey On Proposed Seed Royalty Changes

Canadian farmers are being asked to share their views on proposed changes to seed royalty structures for cereal crops in... Read More.

Opportunities Continue To Grow Agri-Science Sector In Morden

For over a century, dedicated technicians and researchers have been promoting agri-science at the Morden Research and Development Centre... Read More.

ATB Financial gives $250,000 to Olds College

Olds College has received a $250,000 donation from ATB Financial in support of agricultural technology research and education, officials... Read More.

InfoAg and Precision Farming in Brazil

Adoption of Precision Farming in Brazil... Read More.

InfoAg International in Brazil

Attend the InfoAg International Agricultural Conference in Brazil... Read More.

Helping Farmers to Help the Environment

The governments of Canada and Ontario are helping more farmers take action to make their operations more environmentally sustainable and... Read More.

Real Agriculture News

RealAg Radio, July 19: Crop conditions, entrepreneurship, and the bird poop principle

It’s our last show from Saskatchewan’s Ag in Motion. Today’... Read More.

Dot rolls out G5 New Leader fertilizer spreader

Ag in Motion attendees had a chance to see Dot — the autonomous robotic power platform... Read More.

AgVisor Pro launches as the ‘uberization’ of ag knowledge

AgVisor Pro, a global platform that connects farmers to experienced ag experts, launched this week... Read More.

New Syngenta fungicide to cover full range of crops

Farmers across Canada will have five new fungicides in their disease management toolbox in 2020... Read More.

Degelman Scorpion Hitch hits full commercial roll out

This year may not have been a wet one for much of western Canada, but... Read More.

RealAg Radio, July 18: Insect management, ag markets, and boom-mounted sensors

Today, on the show: Andria Karstens with Climate FieldView on the latest from the platform... Read More.

Boom-mounted sensor technology solves some spray challenges

This year’s weather has had many farmers second guessing each and every spray... Read More.

New herbicide option offers control of resistant weeds in for canola and lentil crops

A new product is on the market by Gowan Canada offering weed control in canola... Read More.

Modern Farmer News

Canada Has A Huge Agricultural Labor Shortage

Canada has one of the most vital agricultural industries in the world, ranging from wheat The post Canada Has A Huge Agricultural Labor Shortage appeared first on Modern Farmer ... Read More.

Huge New Survey Finds That Sugary Soda Taxes Work

Soda taxes—though they actually apply to other sugary drinks as well—have proven controversial The post Huge New Survey Finds That Sugary Soda Taxes Work appeared first on Modern ... Read More.

Low Vitamin D Levels? Shine a Black Light on Some Chickens

Ultraviolet lights could be the secret to high-vitamin eggs. If they’re safe. The ... Read More.

Invasive Pears Are Becoming A Problem

When you think of invasive species, you may conjure images of the cane toad in The post Invasive Pears Are Becoming A Problem appeared first on Modern Farmer ... Read More.

Q&A with James McSweeney

For James McSweeney, compost is the new black — black gold, that is. McSweeney, a composting The post Q&A with James McSweeney appeared first on Modern Farmer ... Read More.

Root-to-Stem Vegetable Cooking

The most exciting part of summer is the bounty of fruit and vegetables it gives The post Root-to-Stem Vegetable Cooking appeared first on Modern Farmer ... Read More.

How a Malaysian Fruit Transformed a Small Indian Village

When Merlin Varghese’s great-grandfather, Moothedan Varghese, went to Malaysia for higher education a The post How a Malaysian Fruit Transformed a Small Indian Village appeared first on Modern ... Read More.

Wait a Second. Plants Can Sneeze?

Well, “sneeze.” The post Wait a Second. Plants Can Sneeze? appeared first on Modern Farmer ... Read More.