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Food Donation Tax Credit For Farmers.

Will Help Community Food Programs Including Food Banks.

Ontario Field Crop Report

Finally! Two good harvest days late last week wrapped up the majority of the spring cereal harvest.

New Production Insurance deadlines for winter wheat

Advancements in farm management techniques and hardier varieties of wheat contributed to the change of the 2015 deadlines for winter wheat and organic winter spelt.

Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show 2014 Considered A Success

The 2014 edition of Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show (COFS) welcomed 42,800 attendees earlier this month. Among the more than 42,000 were not one but both ministers of agriculture!

Denton County Horse Tour set for October 11

Denton County is the self-proclaimed Lexington, Kentucky of Texas when it comes to the equine industry, according to Brandon Boughen, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service agent for the county.

USDA unveils online resource to help farmers select new Farm Bill programs

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) launched a new online resource this week to help farmers across the country make important decisions on new Farm Bill created safety net programs.

Supporting Farm Families by Celebrating Ontario Agriculture

Ontario Agriculture Week is an event that celebrates farm families who invest their time to produce and deliver quality products throughout the year.

Grain Futures Prices Gain Ahead of Stocks Report

Ag Market News + Closing Futures Prices Grain, Livestock

All-New Ford F-150 with Industry-Leading Towing, Payload Performance

2015 F-150: Toughest, smartest, most capable F-150 ever

You're invited! Alberta Pork PED Telephone Town Hall this Friday

With another case of PED reported in Manitoba over the weekend, it's clear that the threat is not diminishing.

RM Calling For An End To Tax Rebate Caps For Farmland

The RM of Portage la Prairie continues to call for the province to put

Moisture Content in Firewood

Many people use firewood to heat their homes, and there are a number

Implementation of Canada South Korea FTA Moves One Step Closer

The Canadian Meat Council is applauding the latest steps aimed at implementing Canada's free trade agreement with the Republic of Korea.

Growing a Diversified Agriculture Industry

Governments Invest in Agrifoods and Garden Show

Weekly Livestock Market Summary

First off today, as we do every Monday, we get the latest on the livestock markets.

Celebrating a tire milestone

Michelin looks back on a decade of UltraFlex but shows work still continues on low-pressure tire tech.

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Peanut Harvest Update

Peanut Harvest is just now beginning to get started in the area and I expect most growers to be picking peanuts in the next week to ten days, weather permitting.

Soybean Harvest Aid Timing

Soybeans in the area are beginning to turn yellow as the later crop is nearing maturity.

Fate of Herbicides in High Plant Residue Environments

Fall application of herbicides is effective for controlling perennial weeds, as they begin to store in the roots carbohydrates produced through photosynthesis.

Scout For Corn Stalk Rots

Stalk rots in corn can develop when the crop is nearing maturity and the sugars are being mobilized for grain fill.

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