July 20, 2018

Doing More For Mental Health: New organization helps farmers take care of their mental well-being

In 2017, something big happened in the area of mental health for Canadian farmers: people started talking about it. And one of the instigating factors behind it was that Kim Keller got pissed off. Keller, a farmer and advocate, had been trying to raise awareness on the topic of farmers’ mental health for many years. … Continued

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June 27, 2018

Shipping Grain? Bill C-49 Amendments Seek To Improve Canadian Rail Service For Farmers

For the past five years, we’ve been hearing about how shortcomings in the grain transportation system have restricted the movement of Western Canadian crops. Some good news on the topic came in late May with the passage of Bill C-49, federal legislation that seeks to amend the Canada Transportation Act (CTA) through several provisions aiming … 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 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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April 27, 2017


Introducing our new monthly blog series, Seed Smarts, we sat down with Clint Steinley to ask some candid questions about his farm. Soil conservation is a hot topic in agriculture these days but for some farmers, it became a hot topic many decades ago. One of these farmers is Clint Steinley, who runs a custom farming … Continued

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December 10, 2014


THIS ARTICLE WAS ORGINALLY POSTED ON AGCANANDA.COM. READ THE FULL ARTICLE HERE. November started where October left off, nice and warm. During the first week or so, temperatures right across the Prairies were running a good 5° above average. Edmonton saw highs in the low double digits on Nov. 6, while Calgary saw temperatures soar to 
16 … Continued

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