The return of Canada’s Farm Show, previously known as Canada’s Farm Progress Show, in Regina, Sask., brought out thousands of industry reps, farmers and Saskatchewan’s Premier, Scott Moe. With the first day of the show being geared toward the theme of innovation, Moe shared his admiration for the ideas that have turned into full fledged… Read More

The Regina Exhibition Association Limited (REAL) and the advisory board for Canada’s Farm Show — formerly known as Canada’s Farm Progress Show — have decided the 2021 edition of the show is going to be held virtually. “Last year was a difficult year for everyone, globally,” says Tim Reid, president and CEO of REAL, in… Read More

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the Regina Exhibition Association Limited (REAL) and the Canada’s Farm Show advisory board have made the decision to postpone this year’s show. “This is an unprecedented time for our city, province, country, the world,” says Tim Reid, president and CEO of REAL. “We are about 50 days away from… Read More

American-based Raven Industries has long been known for its contributions to precision agriculture, from cloud-based data management to guidance and steering applications. The company has also worked on spray application, recently unveiling its Autoboom XRT boom height control with simultaneous ground and canopy detection. “We’ve been in the boom height control business for 14 to… Read More

A few years ago, Bourgault Tillage Tools, known for their diverse range of “ground engaging tools,” introduced an implement that works above the soil. “In 2018, we introduced a 50-foot weed clipper machine, and this is a machine that enables any farmer – conventional or organic – to drive into seeded crops at any crop… Read More

When walking into the Canadian Farm Progress Show from the north entrance, one couldn’t miss the display John Deere had this year. For the first time at a Canadian farm show, John Deere showed off its new 2680H high speed disc. Sam Paulson, tillage specialist with John Deere, was nearby to explain why this disc… Read More

Alberta-based Renn Mill Center Inc. and Wisconsin based H&S Manufacturing Company Inc. – both manufacturers of feed processing, hay, and forage equipment – have announced a distribution agreement. The agreement states that Renn will help expand H&S’s equipment availability in Western Canada and Australia, while H&S does the same for Renn in the U.S.. “Our… Read More

Launched at Canada’s Farm Progress Show, Meridian’s 13-inch swing-away auger has a few changes besides its diameter. According to Rob Reimer, director of sales for the company, the auger sees an extended hopper size, increased capacity (nearing 13,000 bushels), and a change to its base. “We’ve added a 4-foot flighting piece at the bottom, so… Read More

Alberta-based farmer Lynn Dargis spent much of Canada’s Farm Progress Show on the other side of a booth, bringing attention to her recently unveiled grain pricing platform. Farmbucks, launched at the end of February, collects, sorts and displays grain prices in real time, with its newest version (2.0) offering price history lines, price alerts, geographic… Read More

 

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