Category: Tradeshows & Events

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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New Holland introducing crop density prediction to combine automation

By: Realag Machinery Insider

June 2, 2018

Photo via CNH Industrial.

Combine manufacturers are trying to make one of the most intimidating jobs on the farm — driving and setting the machine — easier and more...Read more »

Vaderstad introduces small seed kit for Tempo planters

By: Realag Machinery Insider

May 22, 2018

(Photo courtesy Väderstad)

Tempting as owning new machinery may be, for many producers, the decision is made easy when a machine that offers limited functionality. It’s...Read more »

GPS beacon tracks equipment activity, and maps where bales are dropped

By: Realag Machinery Insider

May 14, 2018

Using technology from a sensor made by Fliegl, Austrian farm machinery company Pöttinger has debuted a GPS beacon designed to track the...Read more »

TechTour: Culti Cam system offers automatic cultivator positioning in row crops

By: Realag Machinery Insider

May 10, 2018

Photo via Claas

In another move towards automation, Claas has unveiled a system for automatic steering of cultivators in row crops. The Culti Cam uses a...Read more »

TechTour: Automatically adjusting spread patterns for wind, terrain, and fertilizer type

By: Realag Machinery Insider

May 1, 2018

Photo via Amazone (Copyright: Sven Kleinewoerdemann).

Spreading fertilizer can feel like a bit of a guessing game when it comes to knowing just how wide of a spray pattern is produced. Coverage depends...Read more »

Consumer confidence towards biotech improving, says CropLife Canada

By: RealAgriculture News Team

April 23, 2018

Consumer confidence in government regulations around biotechnology is improving, according to CropLife Canada polling in the country. “We’re...Read more »

Soil sensor designed for real-time changes to seeding rates and depths

By: Realag Machinery Insider

April 20, 2018

German farm equipment company Köckerling, together with Austria-based Geoprospectors, have paired their technology to build seeding equipment...Read more »

Is this the cab of the future?

By: Realag Machinery Insider

April 12, 2018

13 companies that supply equipment manufacturers with components for their cabs have partnered on a project in Europe to develop what they see as the...Read more »

TechTour: An electric tractor built for CTF

By: Realag Machinery Insider

April 9, 2018

Designed for controlled traffic farming (CTF), the Multi Tool Trac built in the Netherlands offers a unique look based on a series of farmer-driven...Read more »

Sensor brings new wavelengths to crop scanning for needs-based nitrogen

By: Realag Machinery Insider

April 7, 2018

It only makes sense to apply fertilizer where it’s needed, and only where it’s needed. For a long time, agricultural machinery and technology...Read more »

Proceed to checkout — what online shopping could mean for the beef industry

By: Debra Murphy

April 3, 2018

Would you buy a steak, roast, or package of hamburger online? Changes in the way consumers are purchase food ingredients may offer new opportunities,...Read more »

TechTour: Using camera technology to automate uniform seedbed preparation

By: Realag Machinery Insider

April 2, 2018

It can be difficult, if not borderline impossible, to create a uniform seedbed out of a highly variably field. But Austrian equipment manufacturer...Read more »

Remote-controlled robots steal the show working in steep terrain

By: Realag Machinery Insider

March 31, 2018

For a long time, remote control ‘toys’ were just that — something for little ones to find under the Christmas tree, or beside their birthday...Read more »

Canola School: The mysterious canola flower (not swede) midge

By: RealAgriculture Agronomy Team

March 30, 2018

Photo: Shelley Barkley.

Seven years after swede midge was identified in Ontario, three adult midge were found in Saskatchewan, in 2007. It was then believed the insects were...Read more »