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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.
“With this machine you have all of the features of our larger air seeders in a much smaller, compact version”
The Canadian Pork Council is calling on the government to improve BRM programs quickly to help farmers through the next several months as hog prices remain low in the wake of COVID-19.
The nation’s corn and soybean crops continue to look great according to the latest USDA Crop Progress Report.
COVID-19 changed the way the Cowichan Valley Cooperative Marketplace operated, but now business is booming and organizers aim to improve the system for consumers and producers.
Armyworm is currently a problem in some farmers’ fields, and producers should be scouting for spider mites, leaf hoppers, soybean aphids and western bean cutworm in the coming weeks.
With a freshly minted U.S. barley import protocol in place, the U.S. Grains Council (USGC) is exploring how U.S. feed barley and U.S. malt can help supply growing Chinese feed and brewing industries.
As many as 2 million hogs are backed up on U.S. farms because of coronavirus slowdowns and shutdowns at meatpacking plants, said three economists on Thursday, with the backlog likely to persist into the fall.
In order to sell the farm to the next generation, family members must negotiate the right price.
On Thursday, Protein Industries Canada (PIC) announced a project focused on creating new plant-based foods using pulses grown and processed on the Prairies.
Cows suffering from heat stress will produce less; making simple management adjustments and providing ample shade and water are critical.
Openfield has revealed it has lost its flagship contract supply milling wheat to Warburtons to rival grain trader Frontier. Some 300 growers will be affected by the change, which will come into effect in July 2022, meaning harvest 2021 will be the last crop grown under the existing relationship. Farmers Weekly has previously reported that […]
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Malting barley crops look very promising on the light chalkland south of the M4 motorway in southern England, with winter barley harvesting likely to start in earnest next week. Jonathan Arnold, trading director of grain merchants Robin Appel, says winter barley crops look very variable geographically, but the south of England had some rain in […]
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The Prince of Wales visited Countryfile host Adam Henson’s Cotswold Farm Park ahead of its reopening this weekend. Like hundreds of farm attractions, the park has been closed since the end of March, when the UK government placed the country in lockdown to control the spread of the coronavirus. Attractions such as Cotswold Farm Park […]
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The arable sector is expected to be among the hardest hit by the reduction in subsidy as the UK leaves the CAP regime, says David Eudall, head of arable market specialists at the AHDB. In a series of longer-term outlooks published this week by the levy board, he highlights the main issues facing the sector. […]
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East Anglian auctioneer Cheffins recently held an online auction of the machinery from two large farming families that had both decided to change their future business plans. See also: Auctions head online to keep machines selling This meant there was a stack of well-kept modern machinery up for grabs, and interested buyers were able to view […]
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Livestock mineral experts have warned that there is an oversupply of micronutrients to farm animals in the UK in some cases and are calling for a framework to help address this. University of Nottingham researcher Nigel Kendall and nutrition consultant Peter Bone said there is evidence which showed some mineral elements were being supplied to […]
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Well it rained, with the week in mid-June providing us with 69mm, of which 32mm arrived in one hour – and the majority of that came in 15 minutes. That takes us to 83mm in June so far. I feel the rain has come too late for both the winter and spring combinable crops but […]
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Chris Packham’s legal entity, Wild Justice, has launched a crowdfunding appeal to mount a legal challenge over the government’s badger cull in England. The campaign group, founded by TV presenter and naturist Mr Packham, conservationist Ruth Tingay and environmental campaigner, author and blogger Mark Avery, has launched the crowdfunder to take the government to court. By Thursday […]
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Farmers love taking photos all year round, whether it’s of their families, machinery, pets, livestock or landscapes. Harvest is one of the most iconic and photogenic times of year, though, so today we’re launching the 2020 Harvest Photography Competition. The winning shot will appear on the front cover of FW, so your photo (perhaps even […]
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Cover crops are firmly entrenched as a core component of regenerative agriculture, but many growers are finding it difficult to know how to fit them into their rotation or, even more importantly, what benefits they bring. To help answer these questions, the AHDB funded a three-year “Maxi Cover Crop” project, which aimed to maximise the […]
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