AGGronomyTV Mar 15 – Mar 31: At 9,000 acres, Larry Woolliams makes use of the best technologies that he can to operate profitably
AgCanada.com is proud to present this new informative web video series. AGGronomyTV is a series of videos that covers today’s top issues related to soil management and crop production.
June 1 – 15: Is your winter wheat off to a good start?
Manitoba Co-operator editor Gord Gilmour speaks with agronomist Ken Gross of Ducks Unlimited Canada about winter wheat crops in Manitoba and what he looks for when assessing plants to determine if they’re off to a healthy start.May 15 – 31: Wet spring challenges later-planted wheat
FarmTario editor John Greig talks with Chris Snip, an agronomist and crop sales specialist with AGRIS Co-operative about the wheat crop in his area of Essex County in SW Ontario. Video by John Greig.May 1 – 15: Connecting the grain community with Combyne
Brennan Turner of FarmLead walks us through his award-winning app 'Combyne' from the 2020 Manitoba Ag Days' Innovation Showcase that helps grain sellers and buyers connect more efficiently online. Video by Greg Berg.April 15-30: Putting your on-farm data to work
Greg Berg interviews Adam Gurr and Eric McLean at the 2020 Manitoba Ag Days about putting on-farm data into practice and their thoughts on what the future holds for on-farm data collection. Video by Greg Berg, online editor.April 1-15: Adapting to new ag tools and technology
The Western Producer's Ed White and Guy Ash of Pessl Instruments discuss why farmers and agronomists need to adapt to new farm technologies. Filmed at the Farm Forum Event 2019 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Video by Philipe Brun.March 15-31, 2020: Salinity and soil health with Marla Riekman
Glacier FarmMedia’s Spencer Myers interviews Marla Riekman, a soil management specialist with Manitoba Agriculture, about soil health and advice for the 2020 crop year. Video by Spencer Myers.Mar 1 to 15: Author examines rural communities’ key to survival
Doug Griffiths tackles 13 ways communities might accidentally be setting themselves up for failure when it comes to economic development. Video by Alexis Stockford.Feb 14 to 29: Canola Discovery Forum promotes engagement and dialog
Western Producer reporter Ed White had an opportunity to talk to Curtis Rempel of the Canola Council of Canada about his vision for the annual forum. Originally published by the Western Producer.Feb 1 to 15: Federated Co-op helps grow Sask. food centre
The non-profit organization provides full service assistance to food processors wanting to ad value to their products for domestic and international markets.Jan 15 to 31: Canadian cage mill Redekop teams up with John Deere
A Canadian-built cage mill that attaches to combine choppers and destroys weed seeds during harvest is now on the market. Redekop owner Trevor Thiessen said the company’s been developing its impact mill for five years, and it was fortunate to choose a John Deere combine to test its prototypes. Original video published by the Western Producer.