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Projects moving ahead to prevent Lake Erie algae

The Thames River Phosphorus Reduction Collaborative (PRC) is moving ahead with additional technologies that intercept and remove phosphorus from agricultural... Read More.

Better Understanding the Microbiome Offers Potential to Improve Pig Health and Performance

By better understanding the bacterial populations in the gut of the pig, scientists hope to create strategies to promote health... Read More.

Use ratios to analyze farm finances

Farmers seeking to delve deeper into the business side of their operations might want to take advantage of analysis tools... Read More.

FARMLAND AND FOOD PRODUCTION: FORECASTING THE GLOBAL DEMAND

Let’s consult our crystal ball and peer into the future of food. While we can’t predict any certainties... Read More.

Marketing Immature or Frost Damaged Corn: Livestock Feed Harvesting and Storage Alternatives for Corn Originally Intended as Dry Grain Corn

In many parts of the province, 2019 proved to be a challenging year to get crops in the ground in... Read More.

Getting food to the hungry

Producers, commodity groups and food banks work together to reduce food insecurity in Ontario... Read More.

Apple season success

Despite tougher weather than usual, this year's apple harvest has been remarkably successful throughout the Okanagan... Read More.

Hope Remains For Decent Soybean Crop

Only about thirty per cent of Manitoba's soybeans have been harvested so far... Read More.

Real Agriculture News

Possibility versus reality – this week in the grain markets

Grain markets had a mixed week as the complex tried to decide what’s more... Read More.

CN Rail says it is ready to implement its winter plan to keep grain moving

Those in the railway business are already starting to prepare for the winter months that... Read More.

RealAg Radio, Oct 18: Feeder cattle, grain trains, and election predictions

Hey, happy Friday! Today, on RealAg Radio, hear: The top ag news, with RealAgriculture’... Read More.

Mind Your Farm Business, Ep 45: Pushing agriculture into economic primetime

There’s no doubt that the world of international trade has been rough and... Read More.

A hog outlook and look back: What happens next with this pork market?

If April’s run-up in pork prices was any indication, continuous volatility in... Read More.

Gearing up for the 2020 Canadian Dairy and Poultry XPOs

Ontario’s agriculture community has a lot to look forward to with the launch... Read More.

Already, uncertainty looms for China/U.S. trade truce

As the world sits in anticipation for the trade war to end between China and... Read More.

RealAg Radio, Oct 17: Trade with China, Alberta’s Bill 16, and the canola harvest

Did you hear? For the third time, RealAgriculture will be covering Agritechnica in Hanover, Germany... Read More.

Modern Farmer News

Can CBD Help You Quit Smoking?

The budding research on cannabidiol, or CBD, attracts a great deal of interest in the The post Can CBD Help You Quit Smoking? appeared first on Modern Farmer ... Read More.

This Bill Would Preserve Native American Seeds

A bill recently introduced into Congress would help protect Native American seeds and their history The post This Bill Would Preserve Native American Seeds appeared first on Modern Farmer ... Read More.

Farm Groups Respond (Not Well) to the Trump Administration’s Ethanol Plan

Earlier this summer, the Trump administration extended ethanol waivers that could dramatically reduce the demand The post Farm Groups Respond (Not Well) to the Trump Administration’s Ethanol Plan appeared ... Read More.

Turning Pine Cones Into Cocktails

When Jon Shaw started to focus on selling his produce to restaurants, he realized that The post Turning Pine Cones Into Cocktails appeared first on Modern Farmer ... Read More.

How Colombian Corn Farmers Are Using Tech to Boost Yields

As extreme droughts and floods wreak havoc on farmers’ fields around the world, scientists may The post How Colombian Corn Farmers Are Using Tech to Boost Yields appeared first on ... Read More.

Study Suggests Farmers Could Grow Crops on Mars

If humans successfully colonize Mars, farmers will play a vital role in feeding those who The post Study Suggests Farmers Could Grow Crops on Mars appeared first on Modern Farmer ... Read More.

Trump Caves to Farmers, Hemp Hauling and More: Your October Food News Round-Up

Has the Trump administration finally pushed farmers too far? Two significant developments this month signal The post Trump Caves to Farmers, Hemp Hauling and More: Your October Food News Round ... Read More.

‘Self-Feeding’ Corn Grows in Southern Appalachia

In 2003, Mike Fortune left a budding career as a stockbroker and moved to Asheville The post ‘Self-Feeding’ Corn Grows in Southern Appalachia appeared first on Modern Farmer ... Read More.