Canadian Agriculture News
Apr 26, 2017
Apr 26, 2017
Last week's higher close in soybean oil may be an early sign of bullish change.
Continued rain in Iowa and northeast Oklahoma last week kept View From the Cab farmer Zack Rendel of Miami, Oklahoma, from starting his soybean planting and prevented Brent and Lisa Judisch of Cedar Falls, Iowa, from finishing planting the last 25% of their corn.
The new head of USDA will meet with a group of farmers to discuss the course of agriculture in this country.
Apr 25, 2017
Agricultural scientists were among the thousands who marched on the Capitol on April 22 in support of science.
USDA said that spring wheat planting in the six key states as of April 16 was at 13%, which is behind the five-year average of 21%. South Dakota is the only state of the six listed that is ahead of average.
Life In a Glass Barn
If you don’t think the local media would ever question how you treat the livestock or dairy animals in your operation, you haven’t been paying attention to recent headlines.
Moving the Coffee Shop To Your Laptop
The absence of a voice from the farm in social media is conspicuous, given that many conversations about you are going on without you. These include discussions about atrazine, ethanol, vegetarian lifestyles, farm subsidies … you name it, the conversation is taking place. In too many cases, there’s no farmer providing a farm perspective.
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