Category: Podcasts

Getting involved in the conversation with Farm and Food Care Saskatchewan

By: Dale Leftwich

June 16, 2018

Farm and Food Care Saskatchewan was launched in 2015 to foster conversations with people in Saskatchewan about food and farming. We recently had a...Read more »

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Beef Market Update: Lower cash trade and loonie, but strong exports

By: RealAgriculture News Team

June 16, 2018

Through the spring of 2018, we have talked about several common themes for the cattle markets that impact the fundamentals of this market. Even...Read more »

Canola and soybean divergence — one is flat and the other is a falling knife

By: Shaun Haney

June 15, 2018

In a week that featured multiple major commodity market stories, the oilseed complex faced several variables pushing soybeans and canola in opposite...Read more »

RealAg Radio, June 15: Japan halts wheat imports, cattle cash prices & the Friday Issues Panel

By: RealAgriculture News Team

June 15, 2018

The June 15 edition RealAg Radio, heading into the Father’s Day weekend, includes: Cam Dahl, president of Cereals Canada, discusses the...Read more »

Corn School: Time to trap western bean cutworm

By: Bernard Tobin

June 15, 2018

Adult western bean cutworm moths lay eggs on corn leaves during peak flight in July.

Have you set your western bean cutworm (WBC) traps yet? Setting traps is the most effective means of determining whether the yield-robbing pest...Read more »

SaskCanola research manager receives recognition

By: Dale Leftwich

June 15, 2018

Errin Willenborg, research manager with SaskCanola recently took home some hardware from the Saskatchewan Institute of Agrologists (SIA). Willenborg...Read more »

Fit Farmer — Ep 4: Working mental fitness into your routine

By: RealAgriculture News Team

June 15, 2018

When someone says “take care of your mental health,” do you envision meditation sessions in quiet rooms or the latest yoga tend? While both...Read more »

RealAg Radio, June 14: GM wheat, weather markets & Wheat Pete’s Word

By: RealAgriculture News Team

June 14, 2018

Thursday’s edition of RealAg Radio, with host Shaun Haney: Ag news, including real-time updates on a CFIA announcement confirming the presence of a...Read more »

Unapproved GM wheat plants discovered in Alberta

By: RealAgriculture News Team

June 14, 2018

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) has confirmed the discovery of unapproved genetically modified wheat plants containing a trait developed...Read more »

Soybean School: Bean leaf beetle making a comeback

By: Bernard Tobin

June 14, 2018

Photo: OMAFRA

Many Ontario farmers will remember when they routinely sprayed soybean crops to control bean leaf beetle. That changed 10 years ago with the...Read more »

RealAg Radio, June 13: Nuffield scholarships, CPTPP implementation, & a ‘keep calm and carry on’ trade strategy

By: RealAgriculture News Team

June 13, 2018

Wednesday’s show, with host Shaun Haney — highlights: Top ag news with Kelvin Heppner, including CPTPP ratification bill possibly going to be...Read more »

Food Truths From Farm to Table addresses food guilt, shares farmers’ stories

By: RealAgriculture News Team

June 13, 2018

If the conversation around farming and food is really going to change for the better, we have to get past talking to each other and reach out to our...Read more »

Wheat Pete’s Word, June 13: Weevil whacking, the nitrate report, and dry bean replants

By: RealAgriculture Agronomy Team

June 13, 2018

It’s dry, dry, dry in some areas of Ontario, but some relief could show up as many forecasts are calling for rain. Just how dry is it? As Peter...Read more »

Saskatchewan farmers looking for management strategy for wild pigs

By: Shaun Haney

June 13, 2018

At one time, there was a thought that wild pigs could be part of a livestock diversification strategy for Saskatchewan farmers and ranchers. After...Read more »

Corn School: Will drone sprayers fit your farm?

By: Bernard Tobin

June 13, 2018

Is the clock ticking on the future of your ground sprayer? Could it eventually be replaced by a swarm of UAV sprayers that could better target weeds...Read more »