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Posey County Co-Op customers:
While the Coronavirus is having an impact on all of our lives and our nation, we want to let you know what we are here and operating for your needs.
We realize that animals have to eat and they have no knowledge of this virus. They just want to know that there will be food in their bowl, pan, bucket or bunk.
We don't know what tomorrow will bring or what state/federal government might do, but for now we plan on being here to serve you.
If there is anything that we can do, or anything that you need please let us know,
Stay safe, stay well and stay calm.
Alberta’s cattle and potato producers are working together to find a solution to the surplus of potatoes caused by COVID-19.
Manitoba Agriculture Services Corp. requested the Keystone Agriculture Producers provide feedback on how to improve the corporation’s young farmer crop plan credit.
The first Dot autonomous farm equipment unit has arrived in Ontario and is being used to spread fertilizer in Chatham-Kent.
The Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP) will provide payments to producers of agricultural commodities suffering losses due to the Coronavirus and COVID-19 control measures.
Diving deep into the MacDon R216 and C Series corn headers
FCC is a long-time supporter of CASA and its safety awareness initiatives, including Canadian Agricultural Safety Week. It is also a proud supporter of other farm safety programs, such as the Back to Ag Program that supports the cost of adaptive technology for farmers that have experienced a traumatic injury.
Flea beetles in Saskatchewan can hit canola crops hard, but the damage to the 2020 crop seems to be less than in 2019.
Fertilizer Canada has introduced an Ontario-specific online course to teach agronomists and other ag stakeholders about 4R nutrient management principles.
Corn planting is nearing completion in the 18 major corn producing states with many areas now showing better than 90 percent complete.
As the average outdoor temperature begins to rise, stored grains are warming as well.
The deadline for expressions of interest for Wales’ Glastir Woodland Creation scheme has been extended from mid-June to the end of July. The scheme aims to accelerate woodland planting in Wales to deliver benefits such as reduced risk of flooding, improved wildlife habitats and the provision of shelter belts for livestock. The extension reflects the […]
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A farmer has thanked motorists for helping to herd 35 cows to safety after they escaped through a damaged fence on to the M25. Traffic was held at Godstone, Surrey, on Sunday morning (31 May) after the cattle started to make their way towards Clacket Lane services. Farmer Patrick Deeley was in the field at […]
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A pensioner has died after being attacked by a herd of cows in the Yorkshire Dales. The 82-year-old man was walking with his wife and dogs when the attack happened in Ivescar, Ingelton, shortly before 2pm on Saturday (30 May). He suffered head injuries after he was trampled by cows near the Ribblehead viaduct. He […]
Effective potato desiccation can vary from season to season and often relates to a number of influencing factors including variety, soil type, amount of nitrogen applied, haulm vigour and density as well as the weather before and after a desiccant has been applied. “Removing the haulm by either mechanical means or foliar applied defoliants should […]
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Self-employed workers will be eligible for a second round of government support to help them through the coronavirus crisis, but will receive less money than during the first round. Chancellor Rishi Sunak has confirmed the extension of the Self-Employment Income Support Scheme, with eligible individuals able to claim a lump sum payment in August. This […]
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Let’s start with the weather. Extraordinary that it has been one of the wettest winters on record, and now Mother Nature is playing her final card, the ace also known as a drought. The heavier land seems to be bearing up, but things look a bit frazzled on our lighter sandy soil. Typical. Are we […]
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A novel pre-emergence herbicide for grassweed control, including blackgrass in winter cereals, with no known cross-resistance is expected to be available for use in autumn 2021. Luximo, from manufacturer BASF, is positioned as a specialist grassweed herbicide, with a unique mode of action that will help maintain the effectiveness of integrated weed control programmes. Its […]
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An automatic ventilation system capable of refreshing air in the entire building in just 90 seconds is one of the factors that has enabled a Welsh dairy farm to slash its antibiotics use. For three years in succession, there have been just six cases of mastitis annually in the Allison family’s high-yielding 270-cow Holstein herd […]
The coronavirus pandemic has prompted more farmers to invest in vending machines to help feed the nation and provide contactless sales for customers. Vending by JSR supplies, , based in Blairgowrie, Scotland, fresh produce vending machines to farmers in the UK. Sales and marketing director Stuart Retson said many farmers now realise it is a […]
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The pendulum has swung. The statisticians were right. Demand for beef has now outstripped supply and there has been a dramatic increase in price. This would probably have happened sooner, but the fall-out from coronavirus has delayed the price increase. Let’s hope as an industry we can now maintain these higher returns and refrain from […]
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