Sometimes there is good news that we don’t necessarily notice. It isn’t weather, it isn’t crops, prices or government policy, so it flies, so to speak, under the radar. Well in this case there is a little good news. Maybe indirectly so, but in the bigger picture it is there. The Chamber of Marine Commerce […]
Simon’s Say On Ag
Wandering through the crowds of agriculturists at the recent Chatham-Kent Farm Show I had the chance to chat with a number of them about the neonic preparations.
Are the markets logical?
Are they rigged?
In agriculture economics is said to be most important and the economics of the low Canadian dollar is good for the grain markets.
Sometimes you have to write these things even though you’d rather not. Stay out of grain bins unless you are absolutely sure you have every safety practice in place, back-up in case something goes wrong and you’ve double checked everything.
Harold Smith who brought farm broadcasting to southwestern Ontario in 1962 passed away this week and we remember a mentor and friend.
It may be the most wonderful time of the year, for the kid in all of us, and it has apparently been a pretty good year to be a primary Christmas tree producer.
There was some mudslinging on Twitter this week and that, and a conversation with a friend, got me thinking about mudslinging on Twitter.
One of the great things about getting out and seeing things, is you get out and see things.
Just as all the soil specialists continue to carp about the amount of fall ploughing that is being done, while they try, justifiably in my opinion to get you to switch to more soil friendly forms of tillage or abandon tillage all together, we are going to talk ploughing today.