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Minister Todd Smith Thanks Farmers

Smith recognizes CFO for supplying over 1.5 million meals to food banks in 2019... Read More.

Report suggests agriculture needs changes to save climate and farmers

Farming needs to change to help save the climate and farmers themselves, says a national agriculture group... Read More.

2019 Soybean Seasonal Summary

Some years it’s a pleasure to grow soybeans. Other years producing a crop can be a real challenge. The... Read More.

Canadian Federation of Agriculture’s Perspective on CUSMA Agreement

The Canadian Federation of Agriculture is pleased with yesterday’s agreement by Canada, the U.S. and Mexico to sign... Read More.

U.S. and China inch towards trade deal

Chinese and American officials are close to signing a trade agreement... Read More.

American beef exports struggling, imports remain steady

Recently released data show a 4.2 percent year-over-year decrease in beef exports for the first 10 months... Read More.

Wheat export prices increased in November

Export prices of wheat mostly rose in November, but large supplies and stiff competition among the major exporters limited the... Read More.

Ky. agricultural receipts hold steady for third year, net incomes up

Kentucky agricultural receipts will likely hold steady for the third consecutive year despite trade concerns and relatively low commodity prices... Read More.

Real Agriculture News

Lemken unveils Nova, the company’s first self-propelled sprayer

Lemken may be known in Canada primarily for its tillage implements, but the German company... Read More.

Following ground contour down to 25mm with Biso flex header

Biso’s new header line-up offers operators a fast transition between crops and... Read More.

Falling number currently out of the CGC scope without Canada Grain Act reform

Besides the weather, the issue of falling number discounts is a major frustration this fall... Read More.

Grains go green for Phase 1 trade deal — this week in the grain markets

Grain markets ended the second week of December all in the green as news of... Read More.

China, U.S. ink first phase of a bilateral trade deal

The first phase of a trade deal between China and the U.S. has been... Read More.

RealAg Radio, Dec 13: U.S.-China trade, animal rights activists, and promoting the junior partner

First, on today’s show with host Shaun Haney, an update on the agreement... Read More.

Scepticism warranted in another Phase One U.S., China trade deal

If you think you may experiencing déjà vu on the U.S. and China... Read More.

Bibeau, Perdue proclaim signing of trade deal a “win-win-win”

With U.S. Democrats agreeing to changes on the USMCA, there is now a path... Read More.

Modern Farmer News

Agriculture Immigration Law Passes House, Despite Opposition From Conservative Groups

This week, the House of Representatives passed the Farm Workforce Modernization Act. This piece of The post Agriculture Immigration Law Passes House, Despite Opposition From Conservative Groups appeared first on ... Read More.

There Could Be a Coffee Shortage. Will Your Brew Break the Bank?

There’s an awful lot of complex economics that goes into your morning cup of The post There Could Be a Coffee Shortage. Will Your Brew Break the Bank? appeared ... Read More.

Indiana Dairy Farmer Distributes Milk to America’s Hungry

Sam Schwoeppe has seen firsthand the devastating effects malnutrition has on American children. The fourth The post Indiana Dairy Farmer Distributes Milk to America’s Hungry appeared first on Modern ... Read More.

This Common Household Appliance Could Turn Sewage Into Fertilizer

Biosolids—sewage—have lots of potential as agricultural fertilizer. It’s basically free and it The post This Common Household Appliance Could Turn Sewage Into Fertilizer appeared first on Modern ... Read More.

Want to Increase Yields? Maybe Cut Back on Tillage

Tillage, whether with hand tools or huge machines, has been a part of agriculture for The post Want to Increase Yields? Maybe Cut Back on Tillage appeared first on Modern ... Read More.

New England Fishermen are Losing Jobs Because of Climate Change

A new study has found that there is another significant threat to New England’s The post New England Fishermen are Losing Jobs Because of Climate Change appeared first on ... Read More.

The EPA Decides Ranchers Can Use Cyanide Bombs to Kill Coyotes

Despite protests from groups such as the Center for Biological Diversity, the EPA this week The post The EPA Decides Ranchers Can Use Cyanide Bombs to Kill Coyotes appeared first ... Read More.

Why You Should Raise Rabbits

The following excerpt is from Nichki Carangelo’s new book Raising Pastured Rabbits for Meat The post Why You Should Raise Rabbits appeared first on Modern Farmer ... Read More.