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What to Do About Volunteer Canola in 2020 After “Harvest from Hell”

Monday, April 27, 2020

Volunteer canola is a significant weed across the Prairies, and given the difficulties with the 2019 harvest, it will likely be a larger issue in the spring of 2020, says Ian Epp, Canola Council of Canada (CCC) agronomy specialist for northwest Saskatchewan. “Fields with overwintering canola or Read More...

How to Minimize Soil Compaction on Your Farm

Monday, April 27, 2020

Compaction facts, how to tackle it and its effect on your farm’s bottom line.If you’re driving alongside your field before your crop comes up this spring, it will likely be very easy to see the paths your grain carts and combine drove last fall. Look a little closer and you might be able to see the Read More...

Think You Have A Closed Herd? Think Again.

Monday, April 20, 2020

A surprising proportion of producers believe they run a closed herd. The 2017 Western Canadian Cow-Calf Survey requested reasons why certain management practices were not employed on individual operations. Out of the approximately 25% of respondents who did not vaccinate their cows and heifers Read More...

Grazing Management

Monday, April 20, 2020

Effective grazing management on pastures not only ensures high forage yield, sustainability, animal health and productivity, all of which impact cost of production, it also benefits the pasture ecosystem.  Innovations in pasture management give producers greater control to support the environment Read More...

COVID-19 and the Farm: Stories from the GFM Network

Monday, April 20, 2020

COVID-19 has added an unprecedented level of uncertainty and disruption to the agricultural communities we serve. Throughout this crisis, Glacier FarmMedia is leveraging the strength of its farm news network to help you stay up to date on developments important to your family and farm. Look here for Read More...

Black Knot and Tree Pruning

Monday, April 20, 2020

With the arrival of spring, many people head outside to clean their yards as well as prune and maintain trees. Following are some resources to help with pruning your trees and dealing with black knot. Pruning Tips Fact Sheet (PDF) Alberta Agriculture Black Knot Information Black Knot on Fruit Trees Read More...

Getting your Grazing Season Started on the Right Foot Webinar

Monday, April 20, 2020

This 1 hour webinar will give you tips and considerations going into the grazing season to help you develop a grazing plan. The webinar will be live streamed on April 22nd at 6:00pm MST. Event Registration Read More...

As Business Continues, Stay Safe During COVID-19

Monday, April 20, 2020

The Canadian beef business prides itself on the value of a handshake, but with the ongoing COVID19 situation, it is important for producers to practice social distancing and follow self-isolation guidelines as required.There are many production practices, such as vaccinations and processing, that Read More...

What to Look for When Staging Canola and Flax Crops

Monday, April 20, 2020

In oilseed crops like canola and flax, timing is crucial for application of herbicides and fungicides to help protect yield. Proper herbicide and fungicide application timing based on the product label often comes down to a grower’s experience and knowledge of what growth stage is appropriate — and Read More...

Focus on Production this Year — Not Prices — Say Market Watchers

Monday, April 20, 2020

Farmers are being advised to have a marketing plan in place, but otherwise focus on production.It’s a good time to take a break from chasing prices, say market watchers.“This year, more than most I’ve seen in recent years, could be a good break for growers who have stretched their rotations to try Read More...

Don’t Try to ‘Play the Odds’ this Growing Season

Monday, April 20, 2020

Many farmers still taking unnecessary risks, says Alberta Vehicle Extrication Association chair.Spring is a time of hope and Randy Schmitz’s hope is that Alberta farmers will slow down a little as they begin a new growing season. Full Article Read More...

Producers Urged to Contact AFSC About Unharvested Acres

Monday, April 20, 2020

The crop insurer understands that many farmers will need a quick decision, says Alberta Wheat chair. Full Article

COVID-19 Resources for Producers

Thursday, March 26, 2020

The Western Producer has compiled the following resources so readers can get the most up-to-date-information available on the COVID-19 pandemic.Western Producer coverage of COVID19 can be found below. This page will be updated daily. Full Article Read More...

Farming Through the Coronavirus

Thursday, March 26, 2020

During this time of uncertainty, there are actions you can take to mitigate the financial impacts of COVID-19. The following seven business continuity tips may help you navigate this uncharted territory. Full Article Read More...

It Might Seem Far Off—But a Bright New Future is Before Us

Thursday, March 26, 2020

Although no one can say how much devastation will be caused by COVID-19, experts in both disease outbreaks and economics all agree on one point — this crisis will pass.And if the country’s biggest bank and the province’s leading ag colleges are right, the future will be bright. Full Article Read More...

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