Know your wheat quality to maximize earnings* by: Alberta Wheat Commission

It is important to know all the factors affecting your wheat quality to ensure you are getting the maximum price for this year's crop. This...

Variation makes all the difference for researchers by: Geoff Geddes

Just as variety is the spice of life, it’s also a key focus for those behind the “Efficient Dairy Genome Project”.  As they seek...

Calves, calves, and more calves! By: Eastman Welsford

When we think of baby animals we often think of how cute puppies and kittens are, weighing in at sometimes just 200 grams. We...

Tackling Antimicrobial Resistance In The Dairy Sector Is A Global Effort To Ensure Animal...

The dairy sector has adopted an integrated supply chain management approach to curb the spread of antimicrobial resistance (AMR). This requires positive actions and...

Big or small – there’s something for you, by: Shannon Shum

Before I got into vet school, I never really envisioned myself working with species other than dogs and cats. I had no experience with...

Handling and storage of a possibly wet harvest by: Clair Langlois, Cereal Extension Specialist

Most producers have some crop left out in the field, and most were hit with snow and at least -4 C during the first...

Update on Corn Ear Moulds and Vomitoxins – Greg Stewart from Maizek Seeds

  1.  Why this year? The risk for ear moulds and the presence of the inoculum in the environment which causes the infection is present every...

USMCA and Cash Cows by: Sylvain Charlebois (AIMS Senior Fellow)

They may not know it yet, but the United States–Mexico–Canada Agreement (USMCA), or NAFTA 2.0, could become the watershed moment Canadian dairy farmers have...

The ‘Long Game’ of creating more forage after row crops – fall rye by:...

Extra Forage in Cropping Systems In 2016 and since, I’ve spent some time extoling the virtues of oats after winter wheat as a means to...

Selecting Silage Hybrids for your farm, Adam Parker from Maizex Seeds Inc.

Source: Glenn Seeds Now that you have completed your silage harvest for this season, it is time to consider what you need to plant for...