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Recent cuts in Alberta government funded agriculture research has prompted the question: What’s the future of government funded ag research in Canada? Joining RealAg LIVE host Shaun Haney for this LIVE! are Kelvin Heppner and Kara Oosterhuis, RealAg’s own field editors from Manitoba and Alberta, respectively. Don’t miss RealAg LIVE! weekdays at 1 pm M/3...
The Manitoba government’s pledge to begin eliminating its education tax on property in 2021 includes farmland, according to a spokesperson for Finance Minister Scott Fielding. The phased elimination of the education tax on property starting next year was mentioned in the Progressive Conservatives’ throne speech earlier this month, but it did not include any further...
Lower horsepower tractors might be enjoying strong sales in the U.S. and Canada, but when it comes to combines, bigger is always better. For a discussion on trends in farm equipment, dealer networks, and the value of new and nearly-new combines, we’re joined by Torey Hadland, western Canadian division director with Claas Canada, for this...
Welcome to this Wednesday edition of RealAg Radio! We appreciate you listening in, and today we’ve got a great show, you’ll hear: The top ag news stories of the day with host Shaun Haney; Marla Orenstein, of Canada West Foundation, on what exactly carbon tariffs are; David Wiens, of Dairy Farmers of Canada, on compensations...
This week marks a “difficult” day in Alberta for the public sector working in agriculture. By the end of this week, it’s estimated that over 250 people will, or are in the process of, losing their jobs with Alberta Agriculture and Forestry, with the layoffs being on the agriculture side. In February, the United Conservative...
It’s time for Day 8, our final episode, of the virtual Ontario Diagnostic Days! To wrap up the series, RealAgriculture LIVE! host Shaun Haney is joined by Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs (OMAFRA) plant pathologist, Albert Tenuta, and University of Guelph associate professor, Dave Hooker. During the broadcast, Tenuta looks back at...
Corn in Ontario is finally drying down, just as the cold, wet, fall weather kicks into gear this week. But, hey, it’s not snow (sorry, Western Canada). In this week’s Wheat Pete’s Word, host Peter Johnson is asking plenty of your questions on soil fertility, fertilizer rates, and residue management considerations in conjunction with fertility...
Exceldor says it’s dealing with 27 positive cases of COVID-19 among employees at the farmer-owned co-op’s poultry processing plant at Blumenort, Manitoba, as of Wednesday afternoon. The facility, which was owned by Granny’s Poultry before Granny’s merged with Exceldor last year, employs around 650 people. “We are dealing with cases of community transmission beyond our...
Policy makers can fall into two categories, according to a new book from Dr. Brian Lee Crowley, managing director of the Ottawa-based think tank MacDonald-Laurier Institute. The new book, Gardeners vs Designers: Understanding the Great Fault Line in Canadian Politics, outlines that there are two types of thinkers, when it comes to politics — those...

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