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June 12, 2018

Why We Attend Canada’s Farm Progress Show

It’s one of our most important agricultural shows of the year and also one of the largest in western Canada. Canada’s Farm Progress Show draws in exhibitors from across the prairie provinces to put on one of the largest shows in the agricultural industry, bringing together the most innovative technology and knowledgeable ag leaders. This … Continued

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May 23, 2018

Best Practices for Seeding Your Best Crop

Follow best practices to get the season off to a good start As we head into another season in the field, one crop expert says things are looking good for seeding this spring.  “Conditions look favourable,” says Daphne Cruise, a Crops Extension Specialist with Saskatchewan Agriculture. “We don’t have excess moisture to be worried about. … Continued

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May 9, 2018

Farming a High Stress Game for Veteran Farmer

Having farmed for approximately 45 years now, Rick Backes has faced every challenge that farmers can face, from being forced to diversify his crop portfolio, to bad weather, to high costs of doing business, to unpredictable market conditions and more. And his most important advice to deal with work-related stress? “Go to the bar at … Continued

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May 1, 2018

2018 Paragon Award for Export Achievement Winner

Dutch’s legendary customer service and premium products have now been acknowledged across the globe by our dealers and distributors.  Thank you to the Regina Chamber of Commerce for awarding us this year’s 2018 Paragon Award Winner for Export Achievement!  In addition and most importantly we would like to give a special thanks to our export … Continued

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March 16, 2018

How to Stay Grounded During Changing Market Conditions

This past year’s market access issues for Canadian pulse exports to India illustrate one of the biggest challenges for today’s farmers, says veteran farmer Alex Hamer. “There are just too many factors you don’t control when it comes to marketing,” he says. “You can make hundreds of thousands of dollars’ difference on the farm just … Continued

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January 31, 2018

Fourth-Generation Farmer Not Afraid to Get His Hands Dirty

As the co-owner of a 15,000-acre farming operation in Wessington, South Dakota, B.J. McNeil can often be found in his office making strategic plans for the farm. But like any good farmer, he’s no stranger to having his boots on the ground – even with six full-time employees. “Often when something breaks down I’m the … Continued

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