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Foothills Forage and Grazing Association February Newsletter

Tuesday, March 2, 2021

Read the newsletter. In this month’s edition: Director’s Note – Tanis Cross Well Decommissioning 101 Will the development of the Grassy Mountain Coal Project adversely affect one of the top agricultural food production areas on the continent? Letter to the editor Cattle care in cold weather Working Read More...

Webinar: Growing Hemp in Alberta - January 27, 2021

Monday, January 25, 2021

InnoTech Alberta in association with Alberta HUB presents “Growing opportunities in the Alberta Hemp Industry." This event will provide attendees an update on hemp agronomy, post-harvest crop management, processing and market outlook. Presentations will be led by InnoTech Alberta researchers, Read More...

Nutrient Management Seminar Series

Thursday, January 14, 2021

This seminar series led by industry experts presents practical approaches to a wide variety of nutrient management topics. Presentations are organized into four categories which include: soil health, alternate nutrient management strategies, new techniques, technologies and precision agriculture, Read More...

The Ins and Outs of Stomach Tubing Calves

Thursday, January 14, 2021

New calves in distress or having trouble nursing can still get their first colostrum by tubing, giving them a better shot at good health. Full Article

It’s All About Making Healthier Soil

Thursday, January 14, 2021

What do you want to change about your cropping operation? That’s the first question farmers need to think about as they look into the relatively new world of regenerative agriculture (regen ag). Full Article Read More...

A Routine Day, a Near Tragedy That Will Never be Forgotten

Thursday, January 14, 2021

Some days just stay with a person. High school graduation, your wedding day, the birth of your child. For Randy Froese, that day is Aug. 17, 2010. “That’s the day I just about did not make it home,” said the grain farmer from Winkler, Manitoba. Full Article Read More...

Intercropping Can be a Win Win for Mixed Operations

Thursday, January 14, 2021

The practice comes with a learning curve, but can increase grazing options while boosting soil health. Full Article

Twelve Uses for Your Drone

Thursday, January 14, 2021

From flood documentation to weed control, farmers are putting their drones to good use. Full Article

Foothills Forage and Grazing Association January Newsletter

Thursday, January 14, 2021

Read the newsletter. In this month’s edition: Director’s Note – Emily Lowe Grazing for Soil Health Increasing Cow-calf Profitability Through Management Bale Grazing Checks the Boxes for Three Canadian Producers Three Steps for Starting a Beef HerdFoothills Forage and Grazing Association is a Read More...

Alberta Conservation Association Looking for Landowners Input

Thursday, January 14, 2021

Are you a landowner who gets hunters asking for permission to hunt on your land? Alberta Conservation Association (ACA) wants to hear from you! Whether you allow hunters on your land or not—they want to know why. The relationship between landowners and hunters is essential to the future of Read More...

Is There a Right Way to Calculate Farm Cost of Production?

Tuesday, January 5, 2021

It depends on whether you’re budgeting or performing an investment analysis. Improved cost of production budgets can improve management decisions. “Know your cost of production” is an annual farm advisor’s rallying cry. This is still good advice with ever-rising costs and uncertain revenue. How Read More...

Foothills Forage and Grazing Association December Newsletter

Thursday, December 10, 2020

Read the newsletter. In this month’s edition: Vice-Chairman’s Note – Rod Vergouwen Whither the wind: How to decide on windbreaks Forage intercropping trials show promise in Western Canada ‘Messy’ fields may help bottom line Bulls need special attention during winterFoothills Forage and Grazing Read More...

ALUS Canada Adaptive Multi-paddock Grazing Workshop

Thursday, December 10, 2020

ALUS Canada and University of Alberta want to hear your ideas and opinions on adaptive multi-paddock grazing! The University of Alberta has been conducting studies on the benefits of Adaptive Multi-paddock Grazing (AMP) in terms of agricultural greenhouse gases, environmental benefits, and benefits Read More...

Improving Soil is a Long Process Involving Lots of Trial and Error

Thursday, December 10, 2020

Everyone is in favour of improving soil health and there are a lot of recommended practices for doing that. But it’s when the rubber meets the road that things get complicated — and change takes time and patience. Full Article Read More...

Project Funding Available for Acreage Owners

Thursday, December 10, 2020

The Land Stewardship Centre’s Green Acreages Program is now accepting applications from small acreage, hobby farm, and recreational property owners to fund cost-shared, eligible stewardship initiatives on their properties. Learn more and apply today. Read More...

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