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Rain, snow delay harvest in SaskatchewanREGINA - Heavy rain and snow have delayed harvest in Saskatchewan, but Agriculture Minister Lyle Stewart is sounding optimistic that farmers will be able to get the crop off the field.Saskatchewan Agriculture says many areas reported at least 25 millimetres of rain before 10 to 15 centimetres of snow started falling in a weather system that started Oct. 2 and continued until Monday.Saskatchewan Agriculture is reporting that 81 per cent of the crop is combined, down fr...
Ag Leader to get license and tech to manufacture key Precision Planting products, creating a new competitive supplier. With this announced deal Ag Leader gets a range of Precision Planting products to sell in the market. Move maintains market competitiveness for key planting tech. read more...
GSI tackles heat reuse issue with new approach, cuts energy costs up to 30% when temps are coldest. Improving efficiency of grain dryers is a challenge, but a new system developed by GSI offers the potential for propane savings. read more...
Joy Powell With Deere’s proposed acquisition of Precision Planting stalled, the companies insist growers would benefit from more retail outlets and innovation Farmers will benefit and no competition will be lost by Deere’s proposed acquisition of Precision Planting, currently owned by Monsanto, the companies said in court papers filed Wednesday. rea...
Saskatchewan OKs wolf hunt to protect livestockREGINA - The Saskatchewan government is again targeting wolves in the hope of reducing livestock losses.The Ministry of Environment is offering a wolf hunting season for wildlife management zones along the provincial forest fringe from Saturday until the end of March.Environment Minister Scott Moe says the hunt will eliminate some wolves and scare others away from open areas where livestock graze.The hunt is only open to Saskatchewan residents and there is no l...
Iowa precision ag equipment maker Ag Leader will be able to make and sell high-speed planting equipment using certain systems from Precison Planting — when, or if, Deere and Co. seals its deal to buy the latter company. Deere and Ag Leader announced Wednesday they will have a licensing agreement in place allowing Ag Leader to make and sell Precision’s SpeedTube line and “related technology,” such as Precision’s vSet, vDrive and DeltaForce systems. The agreement — which hinges on Deere successfu...
Wall says Clinton's climate plan the better wayREGINA - Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall says Prime Minister Justin Trudeau should look south of the border before implementing a carbon tax in Canada.Wall said the climate change plan released this week by U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton supports investments in energy efficiency, cleaner fuels and carbon capture, but does not include a carbon tax."When I take a look at Hillary Clinton's climate change plan, I wish Justin Trudeau was a little more li...
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ICE Futures Canada prices mostly lowerWINNIPEG - ICE Futures Canada closing prices:Canola: Nov. '16 $0.50 higher $474.50; Jan. '17 $0.70 higher $482.10; March '17 $0.40 higher $487.30; May '17 $0.30 higher $491.80; July '17 $0.10 lower $493.00; Nov. '17 $1.10 lower $494.20; Jan. '18 $1.10 lower $495.70; March '18 $1.10 lower $497.00; May '18 $1.10 lower $498.10; July '18 $1.10 lower $498.10; Nov. '18 $1.10 lower $498.10.Barley (Western): Oct. '16 unchanged $132.50; Dec. '16 unchanged $132.50; March '17 unch...
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Editor’s Note: Briefing Room is where we run press releases from companies unedited, for your use. Deere & Company announces a joint development agreement with Scherer Design Engineering, Inc. read more...
Work by one farm information company shows the true cost of something as simple as a lost scale ticket. Work by one farm information company shows the true cost of something as simple as a lost scale ticket as it looked at a range of harvest costs. read more...
With a renewed interest in tillage all across the prairies and the need to deal with higher levels of corn residue in fields across the U.S. Midwest, it’s no surprise there were some new tillage tool introductions at the U.S. Farm Progress Show in Boone, Iowa, in August. Here’s a look at what the familiar brands had at their exhibits. Versatile Hitched to one of its new 360 FWA tractors, Versatile proudly debuted the new Viking vertical tillage tool at its display on the show grounds. The company will a...
Haiti devastation shows better buildings needed, an ag structure maker has a solution that proved it could stand up to a hurricane. read more...
This week's New Product Monday rounds up another wide-ranging group of products for use around the farm from compact sprayers to skid steer tools and more. read more...
Tech world talks Google innovations, Verizon drone data plan and Facebook looking at free web offering for the U.S. read more...
Ram Rebel TRX concept, on display at the Texas State Fair, is an extreme half-ton pickup that offers a range of features that could someday grace a factory-supplied machine. read more...
Editor’s Note: Briefing Room is where we run press releases from companies unedited, for your use. read more...
Editor’s Note: Briefing Room is where we run press releases from companies unedited, for your use. read more...
Editor’s Note: Briefing Room is where we run press releases from companies unedited, for your use. read more...
Running equipment evolves from moving iron to analyzing data The rise of equipment telemetry systems allow you to have real-time access to farm machinery information. read more...
Surrounded by a group of English-speaking farm writers, Lukas Voss, a product specialist at Germany-based equipment manufacturer Lemken, walks around one of that brand’s Heliodor 9 compact discs in a farm field in Hungary in late June. The field demos were part of an international press event, held to show off Lemken’s 2016 equipment line. “It (the Heliodor 9) has the smallest discs but widest working widths,” he says about where that implement fits into the brand’s tillage offerings. “We’ve h...
Bayer's David Hollinrake says reaching consumers will take help from the farm. Reaching consumers with a modern ag message will take work, information sharing, and farmers, according to Bayer's David Hollinrake. read more...
The information you collect with every practice you undertake has the potential to boost your returns. We offer insight into ways to maximize digital farming for your operation from machine communication to crop modeling. read more...
Editor’s Note: Briefing Room is where we run press releases from companies unedited, for your use. read more...
There's an interesting, and loud, group of detractors out there for any use of tech in ag. It may be your biggest challenge. read more...
VIDEO ADDED: Capturing data on forages as they're harvested offers this farm manager valuable information VIDEO ADDED: The head of cropping systems for the Purdue Animal Science Research Center is getting near real-time forage data, which is helping him put up better feed. read more...
Farm Industry News Team Online quiz offers you insight into the type of person you are when it comes to technology. Take a quick online quiz to find out your data type. And learn more about The Ag Data Conference. read more...
CNS Canada — The bearish malaise that has gripped the North American agricultural market shows no sign of breaking soon, and it could take a major disruption, say such as a hike in oil prices, to lead the way higher, according to some industry watchers. “Let’s say we go to US$55 (per barrel). That would definitely ripple through all the commodities; crude oil is the lead on commodity prices globally,” said Errol Anderson, president of Calgary-based ProMarket Communications. Newfound optimism has bre...