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Depuis 2005: The Big Cactus Country Radio Show est une emission d'une heure specialement consacree au meilleur de la musique americaine: Country Music, Folk, Americana, Rockabilly, Bluegrass, Southern Rock. Un programme hebdomadaire produit et anime par Johnny Da Piedade et Alison Hebert pour les News de Nashville. Le Big Cactus Country Radio Show est diffuse chaque semaine sur 140 radios partenaires du BCC en France, Reunion Island, St-Pierre-et-Miquelon, Belgium, Switzerland, UK, Ireland, ...
 
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On this mid-week edition of RealAg Radio, you’ll hear from: Mary Shelman, of Shelman Consulting, on sustainability food systems from a consulting standpoint; John Raines, new CEO of TELUS Agriculture joins the show for a TELUS product spotlight; Jenny Butcher, recent winner of Canada’s Outstanding Young Farmers; and, Your host Shaun Haney wraps up …
 
On this mid-week edition of RealAg Radio, you’ll hear from: Mary Shelman, of Shelman Consulting, on sustainability food systems from a consulting standpoint; John Raines, new CEO of TELUS Agriculture joins the show for a TELUS product spotlight; Jenny Butcher, recent winner of Canada’s Outstanding Young Farmers; and, Your host Shaun Haney wraps up …
 
On this mid-week edition of RealAg Radio, you’ll hear from: Mary Shelman, of Shelman Consulting, on sustainability food systems from a consulting standpoint; John Raines, new CEO of TELUS Agriculture joins the show for a TELUS product spotlight; Jenny Butcher, recent winner of Canada’s Outstanding Young Farmers; and, Your host Shaun Haney wraps up …
 
Last weekend, Jenny Butcher and Wes Kuntz, of Brantford, Ont., were named one of two winners of Canada’s Outstanding Young Farmers for the year. The honour is no surprise. The two have been farming together for 13 years, and in just the last six years, have managed to buy a property, expand their Jersey herd,... Read More…
 
Last weekend, Jenny Butcher and Wes Kuntz, of Brantford, Ont., were named one of two winners of Canada’s Outstanding Young Farmers for the year. The honour is no surprise. The two have been farming together for 13 years, and in just the last six years, have managed to buy a property, expand their Jersey herd,... Read More…
 
It would seem that there’s one thing Peter Johnson can count on from his loyal listeners: a stern finger wagging when he’s got something all wrong. Such is the case with last week’s episode of Wheat Pete’s Word, where Johnson had the audacity to say manure was anything but magical. Have no fear, dear listeners,... Read More…
 
It would seem that there’s one thing Peter Johnson can count on from his loyal listeners: a stern finger wagging when he’s got something all wrong. Such is the case with last week’s episode of Wheat Pete’s Word, where Johnson had the audacity to say manure was anything but magical. Have no fear, dear listeners,... Read More…
 
Lentils are one of those crops that can be difficult to keep free of weeds. Lentils are a poor competitor with weeds not just as seedlings, but throughout the growing season, as well. Over the past five years, the Western Applied Research Corporation (WARC), has been doing research trials that look at herbicide layering to... Read More…
 
Lentils are one of those crops that can be difficult to keep free of weeds. Lentils are a poor competitor with weeds not just as seedlings, but throughout the growing season, as well. Over the past five years, the Western Applied Research Corporation (WARC), has been doing research trials that look at herbicide layering to... Read More…
 
A cereal, oilseed, and even pulse drill, the Ultra SR 60 foot air drill from SeedMaster is an all-in-one complete unit, the company says. It has a 750-bushel capacity and uses the Ultra-Pro II metering system for both fertilizer and seed says Duane Kent, territory manager at SeedMaster. “This is kind of a new concept... Read More…
 
A cereal, oilseed, and even pulse drill, the Ultra SR 60 foot air drill from SeedMaster is an all-in-one complete unit, the company says. It has a 750-bushel capacity and uses the Ultra-Pro II metering system for both fertilizer and seed says Duane Kent, territory manager at SeedMaster. “This is kind of a new concept... Read More…
 
Welcome to this Tuesday edition of RealAg Radio. On today’s show you’ll hear: Jen Gerson of political commentary vehicle The Line, on priorities of the Trudeau government and her thoughts on Kenney and Ford; Ryan Kehrig of MNP joins the show for a product spotlight; Dick Wittman of Wittman Consulting, on succession planning and how... Read More…
 
Welcome to this Tuesday edition of RealAg Radio. On today’s show you’ll hear: Jen Gerson of political commentary vehicle The Line, on priorities of the Trudeau government and her thoughts on Kenney and Ford; Ryan Kehrig of MNP joins the show for a product spotlight; Dick Wittman of Wittman Consulting, on succession planning and how... Read More…
 
Welcome to this Tuesday edition of RealAg Radio. On today’s show you’ll hear: Jen Gerson of political commentary vehicle The Line, on priorities of the Trudeau government and her thoughts on Kenney and Ford; Ryan Kehrig of MNP joins the show for a product spotlight; Dick Wittman of Wittman Consulting, on succession planning and how... Read More…
 
There are plenty of things farmers can add to soil other than a commercial fertilizer to add carbon and feed microbes. Increasingly, there are products that promise increased nutrient availability or even nitrogen-fixation for non-legumes. Whether or not the products work as they should and determining the best situation to use them is yet to... Re…
 
There are plenty of things farmers can add to soil other than a commercial fertilizer to add carbon and feed microbes. Increasingly, there are products that promise increased nutrient availability or even nitrogen-fixation for non-legumes. Whether or not the products work as they should and determining the best situation to use them is yet to... Re…
 
Welcome to this Agronomic Monday edition of RealAg Radio, where you’ll hear from: Peter “Wheat Pete” Johnson, for an Ontario ag update. Also catch more of that soybean discussion in last week’s Wheat Pete’s Word; Tanis Sirski, agronomist with Corteva Agriscience and Pioneer Seeds Canada; and, Aaron Stevanus of Mosaic Company, for a clip from... Rea…
 
Welcome to this Agronomic Monday edition of RealAg Radio, where you’ll hear from: Peter “Wheat Pete” Johnson, for an Ontario ag update. Also catch more of that soybean discussion in last week’s Wheat Pete’s Word; Tanis Sirski, agronomist with Corteva Agriscience and Pioneer Seeds Canada; and, Aaron Stevanus of Mosaic Company, for a clip from... Rea…
 
Welcome to this Agronomic Monday edition of RealAg Radio, where you’ll hear from: Peter “Wheat Pete” Johnson, for an Ontario ag update. Also catch more of that soybean discussion in last week’s Wheat Pete’s Word; Tanis Sirski, agronomist with Corteva Agriscience and Pioneer Seeds Canada; and, Aaron Stevanus of Mosaic Company, for a clip from... Rea…
 
One challenge that many farmers face is how to pass the reins of an operation to a successor and how to get out of the way, but not go away. Dick Wittman learned plenty of valuable lessons managing a family-operated 20,000 acre crop, cattle, and timber operation in northern Idaho. He now heads Wittman Consulting, specializing... Read More…
 
One challenge that many farmers face is how to pass the reins of an operation to a successor and how to get out of the way, but not go away. Dick Wittman learned plenty of valuable lessons managing a family-operated 20,000 acre crop, cattle, and timber operation in northern Idaho. He now heads Wittman Consulting, specializing... Read More…
 
On this Friday edition of RealAg Radio, the show starts with an interview with Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe, on sustainability as an economic driver. You’ll also hear an issues panel featuring Lyndsey Smith, Kelvin Heppner, and Meagan Murdoch of Hill + Knowlton Strategies. They’ll be talking about: Premier Moe’s speech at the GrowCanada conferenc…
 
On this Friday edition of RealAg Radio, the show starts with an interview with Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe, on sustainability as an economic driver. You’ll also hear an issues panel featuring Lyndsey Smith, Kelvin Heppner, and Meagan Murdoch of Hill + Knowlton Strategies. They’ll be talking about: Premier Moe’s speech at the GrowCanada conferenc…
 
On this Friday edition of RealAg Radio, the show starts with an interview with Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe, on sustainability as an economic driver. You’ll also hear an issues panel featuring Lyndsey Smith, Kelvin Heppner, and Meagan Murdoch of Hill + Knowlton Strategies. They’ll be talking about: Premier Moe’s speech at the GrowCanada conferenc…
 
In this week’s Beef Market Update, Anne Wasko of the Gateway Livestock Exchange breaks down the beef markets, including what’s going on in the U.S., whether or not their tides have permanently turned for choice cut-outs and choice select prices, and how western Canadian numbers are faring in comparison. The U.S. didn’t take a lot... Read More…
 
In this week’s Beef Market Update, Anne Wasko of the Gateway Livestock Exchange breaks down the beef markets, including what’s going on in the U.S., whether or not their tides have permanently turned for choice cut-outs and choice select prices, and how western Canadian numbers are faring in comparison. The U.S. didn’t take a lot... Read More…
 
The soil health benefits of growing a forage crop, such as alfalfa, are well documented. Traditionally a staple crop on livestock farms, alfalfa delivers increased biomass, especially in its root structure where the plant boasts a large tap root which contributes to soil health, while reducing compaction. There’s also increased organic matter and w…
 
The soil health benefits of growing a forage crop, such as alfalfa, are well documented. Traditionally a staple crop on livestock farms, alfalfa delivers increased biomass, especially in its root structure where the plant boasts a large tap root which contributes to soil health, while reducing compaction. There’s also increased organic matter and w…
 
The political jurisdiction of federal and provincial governments has perhaps never been made more clear than during the COVID-19 pandemic, which saw provinces taking the lead on regulations, recommendations, and requirements. Along the same vein, Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe says that federal policy should take a regional approach to delivery. Fo…
 
The political jurisdiction of federal and provincial governments has perhaps never been made more clear than during the COVID-19 pandemic, which saw provinces taking the lead on regulations, recommendations, and requirements. Along the same vein, Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe says that federal policy should take a regional approach to delivery. Fo…
 
You may be familiar with The Line: a Canadian newsletter-based news outlet. In its second year of operation, The Line was started as a place for “irreverent commentary,” says Jen Gerson, co-founder of the company. Founded with longtime friend and colleague of Gerson, Matt Gurney, it was created as a place for “someone that wasn’t... Read More…
 
Designed and manufactured in the U.S., the Herd-Boss is meant for feeding bulk rations to livestock with minimal stopping or cleaning out, efficiently covering more ground. Cameron Mulder of Herd-Boss Feeders says that whether it’s a total mixed ration for cattle, or by-product of something from ethanol plants for example, the Herd-Boss will make f…
 
Designed and manufactured in the U.S., the Herd-Boss is meant for feeding bulk rations to livestock with minimal stopping or cleaning out, efficiently covering more ground. Cameron Mulder of Herd-Boss Feeders says that whether it’s a total mixed ration for cattle, or by-product of something from ethanol plants for example, the Herd-Boss will make f…
 
On this Thursday, Farmer Rapid Fire edition of RealAg Radio, brought to you by Pioneer Seeds Canada, you’ll hear from: Sandi Brock of Hensall, Ont. Dwayne Leslie of Poplar Point, Man.; Jim Wickett of Rosetown, Sask.; Jeff Nonay of Sturgeon County, Alta.; and Derwyn Hammond joins the show for a Pioneer Seeds product spotlight. Thoughts... Read More…
 
On this Thursday, Farmer Rapid Fire edition of RealAg Radio, brought to you by Pioneer Seeds Canada, you’ll hear from: Sandi Brock of Hensall, Ont. Dwayne Leslie of Poplar Point, Man.; Jim Wickett of Rosetown, Sask.; Jeff Nonay of Sturgeon County, Alta.; and Derwyn Hammond joins the show for a Pioneer Seeds product spotlight. Thoughts... Read More…
 
On this Thursday, Farmer Rapid Fire edition of RealAg Radio, brought to you by Pioneer Seeds Canada, you’ll hear from: Sandi Brock of Hensall, Ont. Dwayne Leslie of Poplar Point, Man.; Jim Wickett of Rosetown, Sask.; Jeff Nonay of Sturgeon County, Alta.; and Derwyn Hammond joins the show for a Pioneer Seeds product spotlight. Thoughts... Read More…
 
A new commercial-scale facility from GoodLeaf Farms may help prove the potential of vertical farming. Jeff McKinnon, senior vice president of network development at GoodLeaf, joined Shaun Haney on RealAg Radio, to chat about the announcement, how GoodLeaf fits in with the food supply chain, and what the new facility means for the fresh greens verti…
 
A new commercial-scale facility from GoodLeaf Farms may help prove the potential of vertical farming. Jeff McKinnon, senior vice president of network development at GoodLeaf, joined Shaun Haney on RealAg Radio, to chat about the announcement, how GoodLeaf fits in with the food supply chain, and what the new facility means for the fresh greens verti…
 
Many Canadian beef cow-calf operators are not just surviving, they’re thriving. That’s one of the key takeaways from the first report produced by the Canadian Cow-Calf Cost of Production Network, which was established in the spring of 2021. Made up of cow-calf operations from across Canada, the network of producers is working with Canfax Research S…
 
Many Canadian beef cow-calf operators are not just surviving, they’re thriving. That’s one of the key takeaways from the first report produced by the Canadian Cow-Calf Cost of Production Network, which was established in the spring of 2021. Made up of cow-calf operations from across Canada, the network of producers is working with Canfax Research S…
 
CropLife Canada, the national trade association representing the manufacturers, developers, and distributors of plant science innovations, including pest control products and products of plant breeding innovations, has announced a new chair of the board following its annual general meeting. Bryce Eger, president of Corteva Agriscience Canada, is no…
 
MacDon’s new FD 200 series headers boasts plenty of features, but has aluminum components to keep the weight down. The new line-up comes in 30- and 35-foot widths (with optional double knife), and 40-, 45-, and 50-foot widths, says Joel Woods, North American sales manager at MacDon Industries. The 50-foot header is the largest they’ve... Read More…
 
MacDon’s new FD 200 series headers boasts plenty of features, but has aluminum components to keep the weight down. The new line-up comes in 30- and 35-foot widths (with optional double knife), and 40-, 45-, and 50-foot widths, says Joel Woods, North American sales manager at MacDon Industries. The 50-foot header is the largest they’ve... Read More…
 
The premier of Saskatchewan says the dust-up between his government and the Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan can be attributed to the way the province has kept its books since 2014. APAS, led by vice-president Ian Boxall, has raised concerns about the provincial government blaming its record-high projected deficit of $2.7 billion …
 
The premier of Saskatchewan says the dust-up between his government and the Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan can be attributed to the way the province has kept its books since 2014. APAS, led by vice-president Ian Boxall, has raised concerns about the provincial government blaming its record-high projected deficit of $2.7 billion …
 
And just like that it’s a brand new month. On today’s RealAg Radio, you’ll hear: Cam Dahl of Manitoba Pork Council, on the labour crunch in agriculture; Ryan Keurig, tax specialist at MNP, on splitting the farm between partners and tax considerations; Katie and Ryan Grove of Spring Grove Agri on the latest episode of... Read More…
 
And just like that it’s a brand new month. On today’s RealAg Radio, you’ll hear: Cam Dahl of Manitoba Pork Council, on the labour crunch in agriculture; Ryan Keurig, tax specialist at MNP, on splitting the farm between partners and tax considerations; Katie and Ryan Grove of Spring Grove Agri on the latest episode of... Read More…
 
And just like that it’s a brand new month. On today’s RealAg Radio, you’ll hear: Cam Dahl of Manitoba Pork Council, on the labour crunch in agriculture; Ryan Keurig, tax specialist at MNP, on splitting the farm between partners and tax considerations; Katie and Ryan Grove of Spring Grove Agri on the latest episode of... Read More…
 
If you’re already shopping around for next year’s seed supply for, well, everything, you’re probably going to be glad you did. To help make the decision on what to buy, Peter “Wheat Pete” Johnson says the corn hybrid information for Ontario is complete and ready for your scrutiny, and on this week’s Wheat Pete’s Word,... Read More…
 
If you’re already shopping around for next year’s seed supply for, well, everything, you’re probably going to be glad you did. To help make the decision on what to buy, Peter “Wheat Pete” Johnson says the corn hybrid information for Ontario is complete and ready for your scrutiny, and on this week’s Wheat Pete’s Word,... Read More…
 
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