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Proposed soybean crush facility for Manitoba

Earlier this year, Manitoba Pulse & Soybean Growers organized a seminar to deliver industry knowledge and expertise to groups interested in seeing a soybean crush facility built in Manitoba.

Corn acres could multiply in Western Canada

Monsanto Co. is working to develop what it hopes will be North America’s fastest-maturing corn, allowing farmers to increase acres in Western Canada and other inhospitable climates, such as Ukraine.

Ten elements to include in your succession plan

All succession plans encompass legal, financial and operational elements, but there are as many variables as there are differences in farms and farm families.
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Occasional tillage OK on long-term no-till soils

The harvest of 2016 left many fields deeply rutted from combines and grain carts running over wet land. Many farmers had little choice but to till those direct-seeded fields in an attempt to fill in the ruts and smooth out the ground. But where it was once heresy to till a long-term no-till field, a few tillage passes won’t necessarily result in disastrous consequences. » Read more
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Intercropping trials show promise

Researchers at the South East Research Farm in Redvers, Sask., are helping growers address some of their intercropping questions through small plot research and replicated trials, including demonstrations and evaluations of the potential of various crop combinations. » Read more
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Pipeline Foods acquires grain elevators in Sask.

Pipeline Foods LLC, the first U.S.-based supply chain solutions company focused exclusively on non-GMO and organic food and feed, announced today the acquisition of two grain elevator facilities in Wapella and Gull Lake, Sask. » Learn more

Reinke introduces RC10 remote management

Reinke introduces RC10, a remote monitoring device providing advanced control options for improved irrigation management and better overall water management. » Learn more