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It’s time for Farmer Rapid Fire Thursday on RealAg Radio! Find out how farmers are making out with seeding, planting, and spring activities across the country. You’ll hear: Luke Barron, of Schomberg, Ont.; Jason Kehler, of Carman, Man.; Mike Beckie, of Davidson, Sask; and Drew Spoelstra, of Binbrook, Ont. Thoughts on something we talked about... Re…
 
It’s the last Friday in May, and we’ve got a great lineup for you here on RealAg Radio. You’ll hear a Beef Market Update with Anne Wasko of the Gateway Livestock Exchange. Also, we have a RealAg Issues Panel featuring Kelvin Heppner, of RealAgriculture, and Christina Crowley-Arklie, of Crowley + Arklie Strategies. Thoughts on something... Read More…
 
Stagflation, inflation, rising food costs…these are all factors that are creating murky waters in front of beef demand, if you look at the rest of the 2022 calendar year. Anne Wasko, of the Gateway Livestock Exchange, says in our latest Beef Market Update, that even if you look at live cattle futures, and live cattle... Read More…
 
It’s time for Farmer Rapid Fire Thursday on RealAg Radio! Find out how farmers are making out with seeding, planting, and spring activities across the country. You’ll hear: Luke Barron of Schomberg, Ont.; Jason Kehler of Carman, Man.; Mike Beckie of Davidson, Sask; and Drew Spoelstra of Binbrook, Ont. Thoughts on something we talked about... Read M…
 
Manitoba farmers are finally able to start getting seed in the ground following a string of spring storms that had some areas of the province receiving over 260 per cent of normal annual rainfall. The excess moisture has been the topic of conversation for numerous weeks now with June fast approaching, along with the threat... Read More…
 
Manitoba farmers are finally able to start getting seed in the ground following a string of spring storms that had some areas of the province receiving over 260 per cent of normal annual rainfall. The excess moisture has been the topic of conversation for numerous weeks now with June fast approaching, along with the threat... Read More…
 
If you’re a pea grower, you’ve seen it: the notching that almost looks like someone took a hole puncher to your plants as they unfold. That feeding is characteristic to the pea leaf weevil. As Lyle Jensen, with AgroPlus Inc, explains in this Pulse School episode, you’ll see the pea leaf weevil during the day,... Read More…
 
If you’re a pea grower, you’ve seen it: the notching that almost looks like someone took a hole puncher to your plants as they unfold. That feeding is characteristic to the pea leaf weevil. As Lyle Jensen with AgroPlus Inc explains in this Pulse School episode, you’ll see the pea leaf weevil during the day,... Read More…
 
The Ontario provincial election is set for June 2. Where do the parties stand on agriculture issues and the challenges facing farmers and the agribusiness sector? Grain Farmers of Ontario (GFO) has teamed up with RealAgriculture.com to help you understand the commitments the parties are making to farmers as voting day draws near. On this... Read Mo…
 
The Ontario provincial election is set for June 2. Where do the parties stand on agriculture issues and the challenges facing farmers and the agribusiness sector? Grain Farmers of Ontario (GFO) has teamed up with RealAgriculture to help you understand the commitments the parties are making to farmers as voting day draws near. On this... Read More…
 
Although we’ve experienced dips in market pricing, there are good reasons to be cautiously optimistic about commodity prices where they are for now, unless we see some significant changes in the local and global landscape. There are many factors that are currently affecting commodity markets. First and foremost is the ever-unfolding situation betwe…
 
Although we’ve experienced dips in market pricing, there are good reasons to be cautiously optimistic about where commodity prices are for now, unless we see some significant changes in the local and global landscape. There are many factors that are currently affecting commodity markets. First and foremost is the ever-unfolding situation between Ru…
 
Welcome to this mid-week edition of RealAg Radio; thanks for making RealAg Radio a part of your day. Today’s show is brought to you Parametrics.Ag, powered by Global Ag Risk Solutions (GARS). You’ll hear: Pam de Rocquigny, CEO of Manitoba Crop Alliance, on the state of seeding across the province of Manitoba; Neil Townsend of... Read More…
 
Welcome to this mid-week edition of RealAg Radio; thanks for making RealAg Radio a part of your day. Today’s show is brought to you Parametrics.Ag, powered by Global Ag Risk Solutions (GARS). You’ll hear: Pam de Rocquigny, CEO of Manitoba Crop Alliance, on the state of seeding across the province of Manitoba; Neil Townsend of... Read More…
 
It’s the last Wheat Pete’s Word of May! Very quickly are the growing months going to fly by… On this episode of Wheat Pete’s Word, host Peter Johnson discusses wild weather, why talking to the public matters, the importance of not beating yourself up, and so much more. Have a question you’d like Johnson to... Read More…
 
It’s the last Wheat Pete’s Word of May! Very quickly are the growing months going to fly by… On this episode of Wheat Pete’s Word, host Peter Johnson discusses wild weather, why talking to the public matters, the importance of not beating yourself up, and so much more. Have a question you’d like Johnson to... Read More…
 
A $225 million plant protein processing facility is to be built in Strathmore, Alberta. Phyto Organix is set to break ground on the 15-acre facility, which the company says will be net-zero, in fall of 2022. Chris Theal, founder, president, and CEO of Phyto Organix, says the investment will generate over $120 million of annual... Read More…
 
A $225 million plant protein processing facility is to be built in Strathmore, Alberta. Phyto Organix is set to break ground on the 15-acre facility, which the company says will be net-zero, in fall of 2022. Chris Theal, founder, president, and CEO of Phyto Organix, says the investment will generate over $120 million of annual... Read More…
 
Happy day-after-the long weekend, Canada. Is it Monday? Is it Tuesday? Does anyone know? What we do know is we have a great lineup for you on today’s episode of RealAg Radio, brought to you by MNP. You’ll hear: Peter “Wheat Pete” Johnson, RealAgriculture’s resident agronomist, on the wild storm that went through Ontario, and... Read More…
 
Happy day-after-the long weekend, Canada. Is it Monday? Is it Tuesday? Does anyone know? What we do know is we have a great lineup for you on today’s episode of RealAg Radio, brought to you by MNP. You’ll hear: Peter “Wheat Pete” Johnson, RealAgriculture’s resident agronomist, on the wild storm that went through Ontario, and... Read More…
 
Canadian beef producers who are certified through the Canadian Roundtable for Sustainable Beef (CRSB), are now eligible to receive an incentive payment from Farm Credit Canada (FCC) of up to $2,000. Curtis Granger, director of lending products and sustainability programs with FCC, says the main motivation behind the incentive payment is to increase…
 
Canadian beef producers who are certified through the Canadian Roundtable for Sustainable Beef (CRSB), are now eligible to receive an incentive payment from Farm Credit Canada (FCC) of up to $2,000. Curtis Granger, director of lending products and sustainability programs with FCC, says the main motivation behind the incentive payment is to increase…
 
Much of Ontario’s corn crop has shot out of the ground and is carrying tremendous yield potenial as June draws near. But while many growers are reporting corn emerging as quickly as five days after planting, RealAgriculture agronomist Peter Johnson has noticed a significant number of corn kernels that are corkscrewing underground, with plants strug…
 
Much of Ontario’s corn crop has shot out of the ground and is carrying tremendous yield potenial as June draws near. But while many growers are reporting corn emerging as quickly as five days after planting, RealAgriculture agronomist Peter Johnson has noticed a significant number of corn kernels that are corkscrewing underground, with plants strug…
 
Every year, there seems to be times we have more questions about the crop than others. As the wheat crop is emerging is often one of those times. In order to get those questions answered properly, there’s a few different things you’re going to need to do, says Jeremy Boychyn, agronomy research extension specialist with... Read More…
 
Every year, there seems to be times we have more questions about the crop than others. As the wheat crop is emerging is often one of those times. In order to get those questions answered properly, there’s a few different things you’re going to need to do, says Jeremy Boychyn, agronomy research extension specialist with... Read More…
 
It’s Friday, and if you’re in Canada — it’s the Friday before the Victoria Day long weekend. Also known as the most unpredictable weather weekend of the year. However, on RealAg Radio, we are more predictable! We’ve got a great lineup for you on today’s show, including a RealAg Issues Panel. On the panel, you’ll... Read More…
 
It’s Friday, and if you’re in Canada — it’s the Friday before the Victoria Day long weekend. Also known as the most unpredictable weather weekend of the year. However, on RealAg Radio, we are more predictable! We’ve got a great lineup for you on today’s show, including a RealAg Issues Panel. On the panel, you’ll... Read More…
 
There is so much happening right now in the world of politics and trade, whether it’s dairy disputes, the wheat market, big decisions for countries on what they are doing with exports, massive inflation, and more. Al Mussel, research lead with the Canadian Agri-Food Policy Institute (CAPI), joins hosts Shaun Haney and Kelvin Heppner on the... Read …
 
There is so much happening right now in the world of politics and trade, whether it’s dairy disputes, the wheat market, big decisions for countries on what they are doing with exports, massive inflation, and more. Al Mussel, research lead with the Canadian Agri-Food Policy Institute (CAPI), joins hosts Shaun Haney and Kelvin Heppner on the... Read …
 
As the wet spring continues in Manitoba, growers are looking for ways to get their crops planted as fast as possible. RealAgriculture agronomist Peter Johnson has been getting plenty of questions on whether broadcast seeding wheat is an alternative for growers as the calendar turns toward June. In this video, he says broadcasting wheat seed... Read…
 
As the wet spring continues in Manitoba, growers are looking for ways to get their crops planted as fast as possible. RealAgriculture agronomist Peter Johnson has been getting plenty of questions on whether broadcast seeding wheat is an alternative for growers as the calendar turns toward June. In this video, he says broadcasting wheat seed... Read…
 
The flag leaf plays a key role in managing disease in the wheat crop. On this episode of the RealAgriculture Wheat School, our resident agronomist Peter Johnson shares tips on identifying the flag leaf and how growers can use its emergence to guide their disease management strategy to protect yield at T2 timing (flag leaf) and... Read More…
 
The flag leaf plays a key role in managing disease in the wheat crop. On this episode of the RealAgriculture Wheat School, our resident agronomist Peter Johnson shares tips on identifying the flag leaf and how growers can use its emergence to guide their disease management strategy to protect yield at T2 timing (flag leaf) and... Read More…
 
Health Canada has issued a long-awaited clarification on how it will regulate different forms of plant breeding, including newer gene-editing methods. Genetically modified crops are deemed “novel” under Canada’s regulatory framework, requiring an expensive multi-year safety review before being approved for sale, but there was uncertainty about whet…
 
Health Canada has issued a long-awaited clarification on how it will regulate different forms of plant breeding, including newer gene-editing methods. Genetically modified crops are deemed “novel” under Canada’s regulatory framework, requiring an expensive multi-year safety review before being approved for sale, but there was uncertainty about whet…
 
Canada is standing by its proposed solution regarding dairy tariff-rate quotas under the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA), as U.S. dairy groups continue to pressure the White House to escalate the matter. Earlier this week, U.S. trade representative Katherine Tai said Canada’s changes didn’t go far enough, and the proposed solution was…
 
Canada is standing by its proposed solution regarding dairy tariff-rate quotas under the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA), as U.S. dairy groups continue to pressure the White House to escalate the matter. Earlier this week, U.S. trade representative Katherine Tai said Canada’s changes didn’t go far enough, and the proposed solution was…
 
It’s time to catch up with producers across the country on this Farmer Rapid Fire edition of RealAg Radio. On today’s panel, you’ll hear: Nick Dubuc of Mercier, Que.; Korey Peters of Randolph, Man.; Lesley Kelly of Watrous, Sask.; and Kevin Buchner of Brownsville, Ont. Thoughts on something we talked about on the show? Connect with... Read More…
 
It’s time to catch up with producers across the country on this Farmer Rapid Fire edition of RealAg Radio. On today’s panel, you’ll hear: Nick Dubuc of Mercier, Que.; Korey Peters of Randolph, Man.; Lesley Kelly of Watrous, Sask.; and Kevin Buchner of Brownsville, Ont. Thoughts on something we talked about on the show? Connect with... Read More…
 
It’s been a wild week in the wheat markets, with lots of trading action and news stories driving the markets. Chaos, says Jon Driedger of Leftfield Commodities Research, is one way to describe it — starting off with last week’s United States Department of Agriculture report. “That was a friendly report for wheat. We go... Read More…
 
It’s been a wild week in the wheat markets, with lots of trading action and news stories driving the markets. Chaos, says Jon Driedger of Leftfield Commodities Research, is one way to describe it — starting off with last week’s United States Department of Agriculture report. “That was a friendly report for wheat. We go... Read More…
 
Welcome to this mid-week edition of RealAg Radio! On today’s show, you’ll hear: Jon Driedger of Leftfield Commodity Research, on what is going on with this wheat market; Jamie Puchinger of Farming Smarter, with a product spotlight on some of the events they have coming up; Jim Wiesmeyer of Pro Farmer, on the U.S.’s approach... Read More…
 
Welcome to this mid-week edition of RealAg Radio! On today’s show, you’ll hear: Jon Driedger of Leftfield Commodity Research, on what is going on with this wheat market; Jamie Puchinger of Farming Smarter, with a product spotlight on some of the events they have coming up; Jim Wiesmeyer of Pro Farmer, on the U.S.’s approach... Read More…
 
In ideal conditions, the recommendation is to roll pea acres shortly after seeding. But what happens when a portion of the Prairie’s pulse growing acres are facing extreme drought? Jack Payne, agronomy solutions manager with South Country Co-op Ltd, says some growers may opt to roll later — because if you roll right after the... Read More…
 
In ideal conditions, the recommendation is to roll pea acres shortly after seeding. But what happens when a portion of the Prairie’s pulse growing acres are facing extreme drought? Jack Payne, agronomy solutions manager with South Country Co-op Ltd, says some growers may opt to roll later — because if you roll right after the... Read More…
 
It’s mid-May, but you almost wouldn’t know it by looking at seeding progress in Manitoba and parts of Saskatchewan. Super-dry Alberta and suddenly-warm Ontario bookend the seeding and planting progress and average things out (what does average really tell us, anyway?). On this episode of Wheat Pete’s Word, host Peter Johnson brings us up to... Read…
 
It’s mid-May, but you almost wouldn’t know it by looking at seeding progress in Manitoba and parts of Saskatchewan. Super-dry Alberta and suddenly-warm Ontario bookend the seeding and planting progress and average things out (what does average really tell us, anyway?). On this episode of Wheat Pete’s Word, host Peter Johnson brings us up to... Read…
 
Positioning of the right crop protection products in the right region for the right timeframe is an annual logistics challenge. For the 2022 season, anticipated delivery snags and supply chain pinch points were managed as well as could be expected, but extreme conditions in Western Canada, and persistent manufacturer issues have suppliers and retai…
 
Positioning of the right crop protection products in the right region for the right timeframe is an annual logistics challenge. For the 2022 season, anticipated delivery snags and supply chain pinch points were managed as well as could be expected, but extreme conditions in Western Canada, and persistent manufacturer issues have suppliers and retai…
 
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