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Producers look to wring out a profit in 2014 Cost of production factors are unpredictable, but a recent spread sheet tries to pin them down

There have been significant shufflings and a few surprises since Manitoba Agriculture brought out the first draft of its 2014 cost of production spread she

30-inch row spacing studied in canola

FARGO, N. – If 30 inch row spacing works for soybean growers seeding into heavy wheat residue, would it also work for canola producers?

Corn planter effective in precision canola seeding

Corn planter effective in precision canola seeding - The Western Producer

Farmers Have Many Reasons For Removing Straw From Their Fields And A Long-term Study Confirms The Practice Doesn’t Hurt Yields As Long As It’s Done In Moderation.

The straw that broke the cycle’s back - The Western Producer

Revamped canola variety trials underway for 2011

Revamped canola variety trials underway for 2011 - The Western Producer

Shed storage for hay can pay for itself through retention of feed quality

Hay storage is an expense for farmers that may pay off, especially when grain prices are high and drought-stricken American producers seek feed. A report p

Like gold in the field, so far

Like gold in the field, so far - The Western Producer

Uniform emergence puts money in wallet

Uniform germination and emergence go a long way toward growing a profitable crop. It’s an often elusive goal, but two brothers from Swift Current, Sask.

Grades frustrate farmers

Grades frustrate farmers - The Western Producer

Bees need trees, please

INTERNATIONAL PEACE GARDEN, Manitoba-North Dakota border — Bulldozing a shelter belt can leave countless critters homeless. And some of those birds and bug

Soil temperature, seeding rate key to uniform stand

Soil temperature, seeding rate key to uniform stand - The Western Producer

Moisture poses problem for hay

Moisture poses problem for hay - The Western Producer

Canadian air drill vs. German planter

Canola growers who seed with a corn planter say it isn’t necessarily just about yield.

Next year’s canola crop starts today

Post harvest is no time to assess canola disease issues. Unfortunately, the first half of the growing season isn’t that great for doing it either.

Demand for pigeon peas prompts disease research

Western Producer reporter Mary MacArthur continues her travels across India, exploring the land many say could become the next big market for Canadian farm

Producers can salvage a crop with shallow seeding

Producers can salvage a crop with shallow seeding - The Western Producer

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