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January 30, 2020

Spring Fertilizer Requirements
Territory Manager wearing Dutch Openers sales shirt

Snow might still be on the ground, but it’s never too early to think about the year ahead. Many producers have their crop plans already in place.  Last fall’s early snow means spring fertilizing is on the radar for a lot of farmers. In this month’s article, we talk to Connor Bohachewski, our Territory Manager … Continued

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December 20, 2019

Outstanding Young Farmers 2019 Winners
OYF Honourees + Sponsors

The two regional winners awarded with national recognition at the Outstanding Young Farmers 2019 annual event represent a variety of sectors in agriculture – from grain farming to dairy production, from beef cattle to forages and pedigreed seed. Both representatives focus on business excellence, environmental stewardship and on being active participants in the communities in … Continued

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November 26, 2019

Canada’s Outstanding Young Farmers Advocate for Agriculture
Luanne & Philip Lynn

As an Outstanding Young Farmer alumnus, Luanne Lynn knows what it’s like to prepare for the upcoming National Recognition event. Fourteen years ago, as the Regional representatives from Ontario, Lynn and her husband told the story of their feedlot and crop operation to a judging panel at the event in Halifax. They’ve continued sharing their … Continued

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October 8, 2019

3-In-1 Business Model Leads To Farmers’ Success
Alberta/NWT - Outstanding Young Farmers - 2019

Kirriemuir, Alberta farmers Dallas Vert and Natasha Pospisil understand the meaning of diversification. They have built their business not just on diversification of their crop, but they have also diversified their farm operation into three parts in order to spread their business risk, their time and their resources. Their success in doing so was recognized … Continued

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September 12, 2019

Little Change in Chinese Import Ban on Canadian Canola
Two men standing in a canadian canola field with a pick up truck in the back ground

This is part two of our two-part series on the Chinese Ban on Canadian Canola: Part 1   China’s ongoing ban on canola imports from Canada has kept canola prices low going into harvest, and continued to limit access for a large portion of Canada’s canola crop. Since we first wrote about the ban at … Continued

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August 12, 2019

It Doesn’t Matter Where You Farm – Mother Nature Rules
A country road trailing verticall off into the distance between fields

For two growers on different sides of the globe, it’s the middle of their growing season.  For Watrous, Saskatchewan grower Steve Leslie it is the heat of summer. In Gollan, New South Wales Australia, Farmer Nathan Simpson, it’s right in the middle of the winter. One thing they definitely have in common – both growers … Continued

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