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Posey County Co-Op customers:
While the Coronavirus is having an impact on all of our lives and our nation, we want to let you know what we are here and operating for your needs.
We realize that animals have to eat and they have no knowledge of this virus. They just want to know that there will be food in their bowl, pan, bucket or bunk.
We don't know what tomorrow will bring or what state/federal government might do, but for now we plan on being here to serve you.
If there is anything that we can do, or anything that you need please let us know,
Stay safe, stay well and stay calm.
A feasibility study will determine if Donald’s Fine Foods can covert a former beef plant in Moose Jaw, Sask. into a sow processing facility.
The federal government will enhance the Youth in Employment and Skills Program to help agricultural employers hire young people, especially individuals facing employment barriers.
Researchers conducted a real-world demonstration of infecting feed ingredients with viruses, and testing them after transport, revealing results that matched laboratory experiments.
Farmers in Alberta continue to deal with their 2019 harvest before they can finish seeding this year’s crop.
Planting conditions seemed to be “perfect” regarding soil moisture and a warming trend of soil temperatures this year in late April through early May.
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, few industries have been quite as essential to the nation as agriculture.
Alberta’s cattle and potato producers are working together to find a solution to the surplus of potatoes caused by COVID-19.
Manitoba Agriculture Services Corp. requested the Keystone Agriculture Producers provide feedback on how to improve the corporation’s young farmer crop plan credit.
The first Dot autonomous farm equipment unit has arrived in Ontario and is being used to spread fertilizer in Chatham-Kent.
The Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP) will provide payments to producers of agricultural commodities suffering losses due to the Coronavirus and COVID-19 control measures.
The new-season ammonium nitrate (AN) price has opened at about £50/t lower than last year and some £35/t down on the price in early April. UK-manufactured 34.5% AN is available for June, July and, in some areas, August deliveries at £195-£199/t delivered on the usual 28-day payment terms. However, with the same price applying […]
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I write this 26 days into mating and things have been going well. Bulling activity was good in the build-up to mating, with less than 10% of the herd having not had a heat or shown any signs of one. Some of these can be put down to being late calvers, some were just having […]
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With cows usually checked less frequently at night, calving during nocturnal hours can lead to more complications, vet bills and higher calf mortality, not to mention a lack of sleep for the farmer. This is why some are choosing to feed dry cows in the evening, instead of the morning, to reduce their night-calving rates. […]
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Irish manufacturer Agrispread has revealed a new range of rear-discharge muckspreaders that will be sold in the UK by Oxfordshire-based PK sales. The new VB Pro single-axle spreaders run from 6t to 12t and all feature vertical beaters suitable for spreading manures, biosolids and compost. Like the firm’s previous models, the design is based on […]
BASF’s InVigor® portfolio offers exceptionally vigorous hybrid varieties, treated with Integral® Pro as standard, and covered by our Establishment Risk share programme to get your OSR crop off to the best start. For more information visit our website Since the ban on neonicotinoid seed treatments, growers have faced increasing challenges in establishing winter oilseed rape […]
Buckinghamshire beef and arable farmer Richard Heady has revealed his farm is the latest to fall victim to a large fly-tipping incident during the coronavirus lockdown. Mr Heady, who runs WF Heady and Sons near Milton Keynes in partnership with his father and uncle, told Farmers Weekly he felt “very disappointed” after discovering a lorryload […]
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Farmers who have had a business interruption claim for a diversification denied by their insurer during the coronavirus pandemic may be able to challenge this by taking part in a group action. Law firm Michelmores is inviting expressions of interest from those who have had business interruption claims declined by one of eight insurance groups, […]
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Sheep farmers will suffer at least two years of rock-bottom wool prices after British Wool confirmed a sharp drop in the value of last year’s clip and withdrew this year’s advance payment. The co-operative, which sells wool on behalf of the vast majority of UK sheep farmers, said it was facing the most severe recession […]
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BASF manufactures the Clearfield® herbicides Cleranda® and Cleravo® which, together with Clearfield varieties of oilseed rape, make up the Clearfield® system. Both herbicides offer impressive brassica weed and volunteer oilseed rape control. As well as the widest range of broad-leaved weed control. For more information visit our website BASF is excited to launch the new […]
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A farmer fears almost 70 piglets could catch a virus and die after they were stolen during a raid on a Hampshire farm. In total, 67 six-week-old piglets were taken from the farm in Damerham, Fordingbridge, sometime between 20 and 28 May – and they have the reference HB0789 tattooed on them. A Hampshire Police […]
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