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John Deere has added two new models of X Series combines to its 2021 harvesting lineup to help large-scale farmers thresh, separate and clean more bushels per hour or harvest more acres per day, even under changing conditions, without risking grain loss or quality.
For the first time in Canadian Western Agribition history, organizers will not hold an in-person event this year.
These combines boast increased harvest efficiency and productivity, as well as several convenience features for operators.
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Canadian Angus Association | Rocky View County, Alta.
With near or at drought conditions how many more wks will this crop hold on?
So the last 200 acres I seeded for greenfeed (oats) does not look like it made the 13” of rain we have had since it was seeded.
Statistics Canada's release of inflation numbers for May contains no surprises. Overall, we see deflation and an increase in meat prices year-over-year.
Brian and Darren Hefty discuss what the carbon-to-nitrogen ratio means in your field.
Extension Beef Systems Educator Aaron Berger offers a plan when deciding whether to own or lease ranching equipment.
Location: Hudson Bay, Sask.