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Mike Raine
Canadian food and agriculture journalist, farmer of a century family farm and managing editor of the Western Producer, Canada's largest ag news organization
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Marg Zafiriou Feb 21
Cameron Carlyle of presents research results showing important role of cattle grazing for carbon storage & biodiversity at
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Dean Stanford F. Blade, P.Ag. 🇨🇦 Feb 21
Ted Bilyea reminds the group that global emissions are an average of jurisdictions which are more & less efficient. Canada needs to promote its comparative advantage.
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Katelyn Duncan Feb 21
How do we increase food production without increasing land use while reducing GHG emissions? Increasing soil organic carbon is one way to do this while also increasing soil water holding capacity.
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Dean Stanford F. Blade, P.Ag. 🇨🇦 Feb 21
So many opportunities to lock down soil organic (using new ) with significant gains in western Canadian lands. This is an reference.
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Norm Hall Feb 21
Cameron Carlyle, animals and soils and the effects of stocking rates on biodiversity
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Tim Oleksyn Feb 21
There’s rustling up grub And there’s rustling up a cold drink
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Reuters Ag News Feb 20
U.S.-China trade war rattles agribusinesses, especially Bunge
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Mike Raine Feb 15
New use for Bourgault 1460 field sprayer | Sprayers 101
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Marvin Collier Feb 12
Day two of learning a lot and having fun. Thank you for being such great hosts.
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Marvin Collier Feb 13
Day 3 of Pulse Milling. does a lot of work in so many areas, that benefits us as farmers
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Ed White Feb 13
Interesting point by Mark Hemmes of Qorum: Grain cos don’t compete for grain in order to sell more, but compete for rail capacity to get it to market. That’s the chokepoint
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JCA Electronics Feb 14
If you are at , our Director of Engineering, Darcy Cook, will be speaking about automation opportunities in AG shortly. The talk is at 10AM in Seminar trailer 1.
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Mike Raine Feb 12
Replying to @RobSomerville1
I suspect you might be correct. Along with other fundamentals in cattle production there are some underlying issues that aren’t fully explored in export and slaughter stats. Also poor heifer retention tells a tale.
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Agriculture for Life Feb 11
The countdown is on for the big Celebrity Cook-off. The first annual Feed-a-Farmer event is happening tomorrow. A celebration in honour of Canada's Agriculture Day. Visit our website to learn more:
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Mike Raine Feb 12
Oilseeds as well as minor crops out West, publicly insured acres.
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Mike Raine Feb 12
This is true, not every acre is an insured acre.
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Mike Raine Feb 12
Replying to @DavidKucher
2017 also smaller numbers for some wheat types.
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Mike Raine Feb 12
Replying to @DavidKucher
Me too. But I have no reason to doubt the numbers. I will go back in time and see what previous years look like and post a few.
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Mike Raine Feb 12
Ag Day - How do the various types of wheat and barley line up in - at least the publicly insured acres?
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Mike Raine Feb 12
Canadian farmgate receipts continue to rise.
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