Monthly Archives: July, 2021

Meatpacking Executives Skewered Over Competition in Market

There are usually not many points in which Republican senators like Ted Cruz and Josh Hawley see eye to eye with Democrats like...

Consider pesticide residue restrictions when grazing salvage crops

Because the drought continues throughout the Prairies, ranchers and grain farmers are navigating baling and grazing drought-affected crop. There are insurance coverage issues when...

Importance and List of Poultry Vaccination

Some poultry farmers say that they've raised some quantity of birds prior to now with out vaccinating them and misplaced solely only a...

Federal funds for Lakeland College will go towards smart ag tech

Lakeland College is ready to obtain $1 million in federal analysis funding by means of the Canada Basis for Innovation (CFI) in assist...

Move Over Goats. Cattle are the New Fire Fighters in Town

In recent times, the sight of flying sparks and fallen ash has grow to be commonplace for Brent Younger. He’s witnessed sweeping flames...

Importance of Poultry Management Practices

When dealing with poultry birds as a poultry farmer, it's a must to be very cautious as your administration practices goes a great...

Manitoba Harvest forms research partnership for development of hemp and pea varieties

Manitoba Harvest is partnering with a consortium of trade leaders by way of Protein Industries Canada (PIC) to develop new hemp and pea...

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Hemp transplanters: an agricultural technology breakthrough

Hemp has the potential to revolutionize many industries. With so many uses and benefits—from textiles, furniture, paper, clothes, biodegradable plastics, paint, insulation, biofuel, and...

Vegetable transplanters: an in-depth explanation of these automatic planter machines

Transplanters aren’t exactly a new agricultural technology. The first transplanter was a rice transplanter invented in 1898 by Heigoro Kawano. Transplanters for rice, vegetables,...

What’s new in tomato farming technology?

Tomatoes are one of the most economically significant crops in the world. It’s estimated that 188M tomatoes were produced worldwide in 2018. Tomato growers, on...