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Kyle Barnett

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CropTalk #KyleTalksAgTech with Kyle Barnett is about shedding light on the controlled environment agriculture field and the technology that enables people to grow with a whole new level of precision and success. Kyle Barnett speaks with CEA leaders, entrepreneurs, consultants, growers, and start-ups that are pushing the limits on how we grow. Whether growing in the greenhouse, vertical farm, or indoor grow operation, this podcast shines the spotlight on people moving the industry ahead and t ...
 
Host Scott Jackman works with industry experts to demonstrate how to implement or improve a precision ag program. The goal of the podcast is to increase adoption of precision agriculture. In each episode, we will focus on a component of the precision ag industry and demonstrate how it can be used to improve the bottom line. We will give practical examples and solutions that growers and agronomists can use to make or save money in their operations.
 
Welcome to Expert Connections, a digital ag podcast. In this series, we’re digging deeper into the technology and innovations that are helping farmers make better decisions throughout the season. Join host Meghan Grebner as she talks to industry leaders about the impact and future of digital agriculture. To learn more, contact your Climate FieldView™ dealer or visit Climate.com.
 
In the Precision Vision Podcast, hosts Craig Houin and Morgan Seger discuss the relevant precision technology in the agriculture industry as well as introduce and evaluate new tech as it arrives on the scene. With the help of industry leaders, Craig and Morgan will also walk through the best practices of these ag tech tools to help optimize growers' economic return.
 
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SWAT Agronomy

Croptimistic Technology Inc.

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This is the show for people who leverage the latest in technology to solve agronomic problems. If you’re interested in on-farm application of precision ag technology, you’ve come to the right place. Get ready as we unpack the insights and experiences of the agronomic minds leading our industry forward.
 
HPJ Talk is a weekly podcast featuring commentary and news for farmers, ranchers, and those who live and work in the High Plains. Soil Solutions with Jessica Gnad emphasizes the importance of producing healthy soil, and provides important tips and insights from industry leaders on the topic of soil health and regenerative agriculture. #RideWithUs #HighPlainsJournal #GreatPlainsRegeneration #SoilHealth
 
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The list of technology continues to evolve, and Outback Guidance is continuing that trend. The new MaveriX Precision AG solution provides guidance, steering, and application control. The MaveriX application software includes a new user interface that provides a tablet-like user experience with improved 3D graphics, with adjustable widgets, says Dar…
 
In part 2 of this 2-part series, Jim Steinke, Ag Express’ vice president of sales and marketing talks about Ag Express’ expansion plans, the barriers and gaps the company is working to fill, including addressing the ongoing, industry-wide supply chain shortages, and much more.By Precision Farming Dealer
 
Wheat harvest is underway in Ontario and many cash crop farmers are wondering whether they should plant those acres to soybeans and take advantage of a double cropping. Double crop soybeans are always an opportunity for many growers, says AGRIS Co-operative agronomist Dale Cowan, but it’s important to understand the risks. In 2021, he notes... Read…
 
Wheat harvest is underway in Ontario and many cash crop farmers are wondering whether they should plant those acres to soybeans and take advantage of a double cropping. Double crop soybeans are always an opportunity for many growers, says AGRIS Co-operative agronomist Dale Cowan, but it’s important to understand the risks. In 2021, he notes... Read…
 
What an odd summer this has been already! Too wet in some areas, far too dry in others, a mean flip from one to the other, and too much wind. The markets have done some wild swings, too, and the host of Wheat Pete’s Word has decided to move to England! Well, OK, he’s visiting... Read MoreBy RealAgriculture
 
What an odd summer this has been already! Too wet in some areas, far too dry in others, a mean flip from one to the other, and too much wind. The markets have done some wild swings, too, and the host of Wheat Pete’s Word has decided to move to England! Well, OK, he’s visiting... Read MoreBy RealAgriculture
 
The list of technology continues to evolve, and Outback Guidance is continuing that trend. The new MaveriX Precision AG solution provides guidance, steering, and application control. The MaveriX application software includes a new user interface that provides a tablet-like user experience with improved 3D graphics, with adjustable widgets, says Dar…
 
You can’t manage what you don’t measure, so the saying goes, but what you measure is just as important. If you aren’t familiar with KPIs — key performance indicators — this episode of Mind Your Farm Business is for you. Measuring the right things is just as important as the initial step to begin measuring... Read More…
 
You can’t manage what you don’t measure, so the saying goes, but what you measure is just as important. If you aren’t familiar with KPIs — key performance indicators — this episode of Mind Your Farm Business is for you. Measuring the right things is just as important as the initial step to begin measuring... Read More…
 
Consolidation is a word that has been floating around the cattle industry recently, however, the term is also gaining legs in the world of agricultural real estate. June Dako and Ray Nordin, real estate agents with ReMax Bridge City Realty, say that they’ve seen a fairly significant decline in available parcels for sale over the... Read More…
 
Consolidation is a word that has been floating around the cattle industry recently, however, the term is also gaining legs in the world of agricultural real estate. June Dako and Ray Nordin, real estate agents with ReMax Bridge City Realty, say that they’ve seen a fairly significant decline in available parcels for sale over the... Read More…
 
Welcome to this Tuesday edition of RealAg Radio! On today’s show, you’ll hear: Garner Deobald of the Saskatchewan Stock Growers Association, on price fixing; Justin Funk of Agristudies, on the latest RealAgristudies survey poll result; Daniel Samphir of Nexus BioAg, with a product spotlight; and The top ag news stories of the day. Thoughts on... Re…
 
Welcome to this Tuesday edition of RealAg Radio! On today’s show, you’ll hear: Garner Deobald of the Saskatchewan Stock Growers Association, on price fixing; Justin Funk of Agristudies, on the latest RealAgristudies survey poll result; Daniel Samphir of Nexus BioAg, with a product spotlight; and The top ag news stories of the day. Thoughts on... Re…
 
A few years back, Hi-Hog Farm & Ranch Equipment launched a neck extender — but since then, have made some improvements with the launch of the head holder. The issue with the neck extender, says Myron Wigness of Hi-Hog Farm & Ranch Equipment, was that you are operating it with every animal, even if you... Read More…
 
A few years back, Hi-Hog Farm & Ranch Equipment launched a neck extender — but since then, have made some improvements with the launch of the head holder. The issue with the neck extender, says Myron Wigness of Hi-Hog Farm & Ranch Equipment, was that you are operating it with every animal, even if you... Read More…
 
Timing crop protecting sprays is an important decision to make to ensure the health and quality of the crop. While sometimes weather conditions don’t allow farmers to be as precise in timing as they’d like to be, there are some variables that should be taken into consideration when weighing the options of getting back out... Read More…
 
Timing crop protecting sprays is an important decision to make to ensure the health and quality of the crop. While sometimes weather conditions don’t allow farmers to be as precise in timing as they’d like to be, there are some variables that should be taken into consideration when weighing the options of getting back out... Read More…
 
Amanda Stanton knows that marketing an ag business starts with human connection. This week she talks to Chrissy Wozniak about their shared passion - marketing ag based companies. Amanda owns Stanton Small Business Marketing, providing simple, sustainable & social marketing solutions for small businesses in the agricultural space. She's the daughter…
 
The recent collaboration between organizations, producers, and consumers to stop the intended front of package (FOP) labelling of ground meat proved just how effective organized lobbying can be. Reg Schellenberg, president of the Canadian Cattlemen’s Association (CCA), says it has been smiles across the board after the federal government announced …
 
The recent collaboration between organizations, producers, and consumers to stop the intended front of package (FOP) labelling of ground meat proved just how effective organized lobbying can be. Reg Schellenberg, president of the Canadian Cattlemen’s Association (CCA), says it has been smiles across the board after the federal government announced …
 
How do we increase our diversity with the same amount of land? One consideration is relay or intercropping. Although they are often used in the same discussions, it’s important to remember they are two different things. Leading us through tonight’s episode of The Agronomists is host Lyndsey Smith, and guests Greg Vermeersch of VanMeer Farms,... Rea…
 
How do we increase our diversity with the same amount of land? One consideration is relay or intercropping. Although they are often used in the same discussions, it’s important to remember they are two different things. Leading us through tonight’s episode of The Agronomists is host Lyndsey Smith, and guests Greg Vermeersch of VanMeer Farms,... Rea…
 
Beth Duryea is the Marketing & Communications Manager of the Canyon/SRAM Women’s Cycling Team and has been immersed in the world of womens cycling for over a decade. We are talking all things Le Tour De France Femmes avec Zwift what it means to the Canyon//SRAM team to be part of this epic event and on a bigger level how LTDFF impacts the world of …
 
Happy July 4th to all of our American listeners. We hope you are having fun, wherever you are. On today’s episode of Agronomic Monday, brought to you by Climate FieldView, you’ll hear: Kelly Turkington of Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, on fusarium management, as well as wheat streak mosaic, which has shown up in southern Alberta;... Read More…
 
Happy July 4th to all of our American listeners. We hope you are having fun, wherever you are. On today’s episode of Agronomic Monday, brought to you by Climate FieldView, you’ll hear: Kelly Turkington of Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, on fusarium management, as well as wheat streak mosaic, which has shown up in southern Alberta;... Read More…
 
Andy Kieraszewicz never thought the sandy soils on the former tobacco land he farms at Rodney, Ont., could ever average more than 200 bushels of corn per acre. But a fervent commitment to rebuilding organic matter in the drought-prone areas across the 1,000-acre operation has the farmer now consistently producing eye-popping yields he didn’t think.…
 
Andy Kieraszewicz never thought the sandy soils on the former tobacco land he farms at Rodney, Ont., could ever average more than 200 bushels of corn per acre. But a fervent commitment to rebuilding organic matter in the drought-prone areas across the 1,000-acre operation has the farmer now consistently producing eye-popping yields he didn’t think.…
 
The vertical aeration system offered by S3 Air Systems may solve a few common challenges that producers face with traditional horizontal systems. The vertical aeration system comes in three different sizes: four, six and eight stage, and Kelly Silbernagel, director of business development with S3 Air Systems, says their system saves farmers time an…
 
The vertical aeration system offered by S3 Air Systems may solve a few common challenges that producers face with traditional horizontal systems. The vertical aeration system comes in three different sizes: four, six and eight stage, and Kelly Silbernagel, director of business development with S3 Air Systems, says their system saves farmers time an…
 
By early July, many canola fields across the Prairies are in the beginning stages of bolting. According to Héctor Cárcamo, research scientist with Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada at Lethbridge, Alta., that’s a great time to start thinking about the cabbage seed pod weevil. Before worrying about thresholds and spray timing for the insect pest that …
 
By early July, many canola fields across the Prairies are in the beginning stages of bolting. According to Héctor Cárcamo, research scientist with Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada at Lethbridge, Alta., that’s a great time to start thinking about the cabbage seed pod weevil. Before worrying about thresholds and spray timing for the insect pest that …
 
Today on the Marni On The Move podcast, Host Marni Salup syncs up with Dr. Dan Plews, PhD., world famous Elite Coach, Sport Scientist / Physiologist, Founder of Endure IQ, and Co-Founder of SFuels, Dan is also the IRONMAN Kona Age Group World Record Holder with a time of 8 hours 24 min, winning the overall amateur division by more than 10 minutes a…
 
Happy Canada Day! On today’s RealAg Radio, host Shaun Haney is joined by panelists Kelvin Heppner, Meagan Murdock, and Lyndsey Smith to tackle the week’s biggest stories. Guest Andrea Kent, of Renewable Industries Canada, joins the show for two segments to talk about the newly released Clean Fuel Regulations. Thoughts on something we talked about..…
 
Happy Canada Day! On today’s RealAg Radio, host Shaun Haney is joined by panelists Kelvin Heppner, Meagan Murdock, and Lyndsey Smith to tackle the week’s biggest stories. Guest Andrea Kent, of Renewable Industries Canada, joins the show for two segments to talk about the newly released Clean Fuel Regulations. Thoughts on something we talked about..…
 
The Canadian government has unveiled its awaited Clean Fuel Regulation (CFR), setting the stage for increased biofuel demand and production. Once fully implemented, the CFR is expected to cut up to 26.6 million tonnes of greenhouse gas pollution by 2030, or roughly the amount of GHGs currently generated by the entire Canadian economy in two... Read…
 
The Canadian government has unveiled its awaited Clean Fuel Regulation (CFR), setting the stage for increased biofuel demand and production. Once fully implemented, the CFR is expected to cut up to 26.6 million tonnes of greenhouse gas pollution by 2030, or roughly the amount of GHGs currently generated by the entire Canadian economy in two... Read…
 
What’s in store for the 2022 soybean crop as plants move through the vegetative and reproductive stages? Will it be a white mould year? On this episode of the RealAgriculture Soybean School, BASF agronomist, Ken Currah, looks at the stark contrast between the 2021 and 2022 growing seasons and how it could impact disease management... Read More…
 
What’s in store for the 2022 soybean crop as plants move through the vegetative and reproductive stages? Will it be a white mould year? On this episode of the RealAgriculture Soybean School, BASF agronomist, Ken Currah, looks at the stark contrast between the 2021 and 2022 growing seasons and how it could impact disease management... Read More…
 
It’s time to catch up with farmers across Canada on RealAg Radio! This week, we even go international. On today’s Farmer Rapid Fire edition of the show, brought to you by MNP, you’ll hear: Mark Torrey, of Woodville, Ont.; Kristjan Hebert, of Fairlife, Sask.; Franck Groeneweg, of Three Forks, Montana; Richard Carr, of Marchand, Man.... Read More…
 
It’s time to catch up with farmers across Canada on RealAg Radio! This week, we even go international. On today’s Farmer Rapid Fire edition of the show, brought to you by MNP, you’ll hear: Mark Torrey, of Woodville, Ont.; Kristjan Hebert, of Fairlife, Sask.; Franck Groeneweg, of Three Forks, Montana; Richard Carr, of Marchand, Man.... Read More…
 
As you look at growing conditions across the Prairies, it’s extremely variable . Too hot, too dry, too wet, too cool — the conditions range, which makes looking at production numbers a bit tricky. Chuck Penner, of LeftField Commodities Research says although there are a lot of big question marks, overall, production seems to be... Read More…
 
As you look at growing conditions across the Prairies, it’s extremely variable . Too hot, too dry, too wet, too cool — the conditions range, which makes looking at production numbers a bit tricky. Chuck Penner, of LeftField Commodities Research says although there are a lot of big question marks, overall, production seems to be... Read More…
 
It’s time for another episode of our favourite show (but hey, we may be biased) — RealAg Radio! It’s Wednesday — which means we are keeping with our theme of talking markets. Chuck Penner of LeftField Commodities Research joins host Shaun Haney for a breakdown on what is happening across the commodities. You’ll also hear... Read More…
 
It’s time for another episode of our favourite show (but hey, we may be biased) — RealAg Radio! It’s Wednesday — which means we are keeping with our theme of talking markets. Chuck Penner of LeftField Commodities Research joins host Shaun Haney for a breakdown on what is happening across the commodities. You’ll also hear... Read More…
 
After the crop is in and you start to see the fruits, or emergence, of your labour, it’s time to keep a watchful eye out for any stress points to best be able to detect root rot. On this episode of the Pulse School, Mike Palmier, owner of MaxAg Consulting, goes through when to scout for... Read MoreBy RealAgriculture
 
After the crop is in and you start to see the fruits, or emergence, of your labour, it’s time to keep a watchful eye out for any stress points to best be able to detect root rot. On this episode of the Pulse School, Mike Palmier, owner of MaxAg Consulting, goes through when to scout for... Read MoreBy RealAgriculture
 
Protecting yield potential from northern corn leaf blight (NCLB) and a newer pest, tar spot, requires being well-armed and ready to apply the right fungicides at the right time. That’s because these diseases are not only big yield robbers, but the window to provide adequate control is quite narrow, and gets narrower with certain weather... Read Mor…
 
Protecting yield potential from northern corn leaf blight (NCLB) and a newer pest, tar spot, requires being well-armed and ready to apply the right fungicides at the right time. That’s because these diseases are not only big yield robbers, but the window to provide adequate control is quite narrow, and gets narrower with certain weather... Read Mor…
 
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