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Category: Farm Travel

Grasslands, rainforests, and soybeans: A trip to Brazil with Rob Stone

By: RealAgriculture News Team

April 28, 2022

Looking across the world, there is one thing that really unifies us — and it’s agriculture. We can often learn about new methods and technologies...Read more »

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‘Clarkson’s Farm’ returning for second season

By: RealAgriculture News Team

July 22, 2021

Good news for everyone who’s been hooked on possibly the most popular modern mainstream TV show about farming and life as a farmer. “Clarkson’s...Read more »

RealAg LIVE! with Mark Brock on the value of farmer collaboration

By: RealAgriculture News Team

March 15, 2021

Given the price of land and equipment these days, many farmers see growth or expansion capped by capital limitations. One solution could be to work...Read more »

Agronomy Geeks, Ep 18: Ray Dowbenko

By: Lyndsey Smith

December 31, 2020

There are several recurring themes among some of the most interesting people I cross paths with in agriculture. One of the most fun is that many of...Read more »

Agritechnica: A chance for farmers to see the future

By: RealAgriculture News Team

October 9, 2019

Excitement is building for Agritechnica — a gigantic farm equipmeent and technology show that only happens every two years in Hannover, Germany....Read more »

Russia and Ukraine should hit average grain yields in 2019

By: RealAgriculture News Team

August 23, 2019

With the wheat harvest half complete in Russia and wrapped up in Ukraine, analysts are looking at volumes available for export out of the highly...Read more »

Argentinian farmers optimistic after record harvest: Patiño

By: RealAgriculture News Team

August 9, 2019

Some grain production analysts are calling for another extraordinary wheat harvest in Argentina, on the back of a record-setting year for 2018/19....Read more »

UK farmers take a “let’s see how this works out” approach to BREXIT

By: Shaun Haney

April 5, 2019

In presentations I frequently open up my talks discussing the agriculture challenges in Canada and the United States and then finish the opening by...Read more »

On privilege and abundance: Reflections on Kenya

By: Guest Author

March 28, 2019

By Jen Christie Making my coffee this morning was so easy. I push a button on a machine. If the water canister is empty, I just turn on the tap. When...Read more »

A mobile parlour and traveling cows — cheese making in the Swiss Alps

By: Lyndsey Smith

October 20, 2018

Seasonal milking sure isn’t common in Canada, and it’s limited in the United States, but in some European countries, it’s not just common,...Read more »

Soybean production creeping up in The Netherlands

By: Owen Roberts

July 25, 2018

The Netherlands, with its moderate climate, may seem like an odd place to grow heat-loving soybeans. But just a few decades ago, that’s what people...Read more »

Swiss food security vote: because you can’t live on chocolate alone

By: Owen Roberts

September 30, 2017

In our country, referendums are rare, and not for the faint of heart. Remember the Quebec separation referendums back in the 1990s? They nearly tore...Read more »

Real AgVentures: Having a mess of fun on a quick trip to Newfoundland

By: Owen Roberts

July 31, 2017

Sometimes it’s hard to get more than a few days for a vacation, no matter where you’re going. Take our recent vacation to Newfoundland, for...Read more »

Real AgVentures: Cheers to Music City, where the action is

By: Owen Roberts

June 14, 2017

If you’re a hockey fan, you had to be excited and inspired by the support Nashville showed for its Predators through the playoffs, whether you...Read more »

Will small-holder agriculture leapfrog ahead with access to precision agriculture technology?

By: Shaun Haney

May 8, 2017

I often think that when we discuss precision agriculture we tend to naturally focus on large broadacre-style farming across the U.S. Midwest corn...Read more »