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Drones closer to legal use

Federal Aviation Administration issues proposed new rules for use of unmanned aerial vehicles.

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International participation looking strong for 2015 Agritechnica

Agritechnica 2015, which takes place from 10 to 14 November (with preview days on 8 and 9 November) is nine months away and the deadline for booking exhibition stands has now past.

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New Holland introduces new sprayer toolbar, PLM upgrades

Guardian Injection Toolbar

New Holland has announced the new Guardian Injection Toolbar addition to the Guardian self-propelled sprayer line. Designed to be mounted on Guardian front-boom sprayers, the Injection Toolbar fuels corn growth by applying liquid N just before maximum uptake to ensure ready availability during the critical growth period.

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SprayIT app from Pentair allows for more accurate spraying

Variety of chemicals and variables can be changed to make for precise choices when it comes to spraying tips

Preventing Disease Spread: Don't Forget About Farriers

Most owners are familiar with practical ways they can prevent disease spread among horses:

USDA Seeks Comments on Proposed Animal Export Rule Updates

The USDA Animal and Plant Inspection Service (APHIS) is seeking public input for possible updates to the agency's live animal export rules.

BLM to Host Public Tour of Nevada Wild Horse Facility

The Bureau of Land Management has announced that it will offer a public tour

Monsanto preparing to launch new soybeans

New soybeans from Monsanto will give farmers another leg up on battling weeds and give them a better opportunity for higher yields

Preparedness is Key to Surviving Tornadoes with Horses

In tornado-prone areas, some residents construct storm shelters in order to ride

Grain Transportation and Oat Growers

We’ve heard that grain transportation was a major issue for grain producers across the prairies

Leading Edge Farm Management Series

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Worker Shortage Handicapping Ag Sector

A chronic shortage of workers isn’t just a problem for meat packers, but all of agriculture, say experts.

Manitoba Canola Growers Elects Officers For 2015

The Manitoba Canola Growers Association (MCGA) has elected its officers for 2015. Ag Machinery Profile Series: Part V

Different sizes and configurations allow for maximum customization depending on the crop

Former Provincial Ex GM Heading Up New Show

The former general manager of the Provincial Exhibition of Manitoba is heading up a new farm show in Saskatchewan this summer.

Soybean Production Booming In Manitoba

Soybean production in the province is booming thanks to a number of new research projects being conducted by the Manitoba Pulse and Soybean Growers.

Establishing A New Pasture

Reasons to establish a new pasture include moving from annual crops to perennial pasture or forage, or to improve an existing pasture that is not producing very well. When planning to seed new pastures there are a few questions that you should ask yourself before actually starting the process.

Field Demonstrations Announced for Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show 2015

Field demonstrations continue to be an integral part of Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show (COFS) each year. For 2015, the demo lineup has been announced and planning is already underway.

Bacterial Blight In Dry Beans Goes Airborne

With the late start to planting, wet weather and late harvest, 2014 was a year many farmers are glad to have behind them.

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