At Ag in Motion this past summer, Farmers Edge presented a ‘Smart Farming Panel’ consisting of five farmers to discuss technology solutions in agriculture and how data helps them be more efficient with day-to-day decision making. Seen here are Saskatchewan farmers Trevor Scherman and Laura Reiter who share their thoughts on satellite imagery and weather […] Read more
After her presentation ‘The Changing Face of Women in Agriculture’ at Ag in Motion this past July, we caught up with Ginelle Pidwerbesky of Women in Ag to learn more about what the group does, some of the unique challenges facing women in the agricultural industry, and how through outreach and advocacy Women in Ag […] Read more
Using a high speed fan that separates premium from lesser quality grains, the GCS Grain Cleaner on display at Ag in Motion 2018 is designed to remove diseased grains – such as fusarium – making it easier for producers to market their crop. The GCS line offers six models ranging in capacity from 200 bushels […] Read more
Did you miss a visit to Ag in Motion this year? Then you didn’t see the field demos of the land-levelling equipment in action during the event. In this video, Spencer Myers of AgDealer.com gives you a quick look at how these machines take non-productive land and make a soft soil bed you can plant […] Read more
Lisa Guenther, Grainews field editor, spoke with Mike Jubinville of Glacier FarmMedia at last month’s Ag in Motion about some of the negative factors impacting grain markets – such as weather and trade disputes – and what producers can hope to expect in the months ahead as they head into harvest.
Certified athletic therapist, kinesiologist and Grainews columnist, Kathlyn Hossack, came to Ag in Motion this year offering free assessments and to talk with farmers about how they can avoid farm-related injuries. At the show, which ran July 17-19, Hossack also spoke about the “culture of toughness” in the farm community and how injuries not only […] Read more
The April 4 Saskatchewan provincial election is just around the corner and five parties with five policies are in contention to guide the country’s largest agricultural province. The Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan and the Western Producer were on-hand to bring producers the agricultural issues from the politicians’ perspectives in a live debate on March […] Read more