Rethinking Methane

September 4, 2020
Methane (CH4) is a potent greenhouse gas that is 25-28 times stronger than carbon dioxide (CO2) — the primary greenhouse […]

Dairy Farms of America Aim to Reduce GHG’s by 30% by 2030

September 4, 2020
Dairy Farmers of America (DFA), a Kansas City, Kan.-based dairy cooperative owned by family farmers, announced a continued step forward […]

Stop Searching for Cows and Start Finding Them

September 3, 2020
Use cow locating technology to enhance herd checks, efficiently manage cows and improve labor efficiency. Control costs without compromising cow […]

Public Support for Ag has its limits

September 3, 2020
Grassroots Public Affairs, an Ontario firm, asked 1,004 Canadians about their views on government subsidies and support for certain commodities, […]

Understand farmland economics, not just the farmland market

August 25, 2020
Ed White discusses some ideas about investment in land when some of the old ideas could stand to be reviewed […]

Kelderview Holsteins sees dramatic reductions in mastitis cases

August 18, 2020
When Kelderview Holsteins operated a parlour, they saw one or two cases of mastitis per month. After the installation of […]

Automatic Fence Lifter Makes Short Work of Heavy Density Grazing

August 17, 2020
Unruh believed in the system, which he hoped would help beat back the saplings encroaching on his pasture while increasing […]

Farmers embrace digital platform

August 17, 2020
Taya Page, who hails from a farming family near Boissevain and now farms with her husband at Altoba Farms near […]

With better soil, farmers can fight climate change, make agriculture more sustainable

August 17, 2020
David Burton, a soil scientist and professor at Dalhousie University in Halifax, said that over the years, intensive agriculture production […]

Producers urged to test their water’s quality

July 31, 2020
A Saskatchewan livestock specialist says visually inspecting water is not a reliable way to determine its suitability Considering that a […]