We often take inspiration from the social media feeds of those in our RealAgriculture community. This week, Ron Krahn, farmer in Manitoba and regular guest on the Farmer Rapid Fire, asked a great question on Twitter:   Thinking about farm fuel use/storage (not because of the Ottawa truck protest/jerry can issue). ?? What % of… Read More

Welcome to this Thursday, Farmer Rapid Fire edition of RealAg Radio, brought to you by Pioneer Seeds Canada. On today’s show you’ll hear from: Shawn Schill of Arthur, Ont.; A grain corn product spotlight with our show sponsor, Pioneer Seeds and area agronomist, Mike Weir; Ron Krahn of Brandon, Man.; and, Danny Ottenbreit of Grayson,… Read More

It’s Thursday, and that means we have a Farmer Rapid Fire! You’ll hear from: Stewart Skinner of Listowel, Ont; Ron Krahn of Rivers, Man; Danny Ottenbreit of Grayson, Sask; Tim Oleksyn of the Prince Albert area in Sask; and, Kevin Serfas of Southern Alta. Thoughts on something we talked about on the show? Connect with… Read More

Here at RealAgriculture, we truly appreciate you our listeners, so thanks for tuning in. It’s already October, and it’s a Thursday, which means it’s time for a Farmer Rapid Fire! On today’s show we’ll hear from: Mark Brock from Ontario; Ron Krahn from Manitoba; Danny Ottenbreit from Saskatchewan; Tim Oleksyn from Saskatchewan; and, Kevin Serfas… Read More

Thanks for tuning in on this Thursday to RealAg Radio. It’s time for Farmer Rapid Fire! Today you’re going to hear from farmers far and wide, geographically speaking: Mark Brock, Hensall, Ont; Ron Krahn, Rivers, Man; Danny Ottenbreit, Grayson, Sask; Kevin Serfas, Turin, Alta; Jessie Meyer, Woking, Alta; catch a product spotlight from Cory Willness… Read More

It’s Tuesday and the show is literally on the road. RealAgriculture’s TechTour 2019 kicks off today in Brandon, Manitoba. The four-day, four-cities, three-province tour features Realag Radio from the stage LIVE! (After the show they all get on a tour bus to head for Regina. After Regina tomorrow, it’s Lethbridge Thursday, and Red Deer on… Read More

When five provincial crop associations in Manitoba announced they had signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to merge earlier this week, there was one commodity group notably absent. The Manitoba Canola Growers Association has issued a statement, explaining why its board has decided to monitor the merger discussions, but not participate in the MOU. “Canola… Read More

Despite a wet fall and the potential for flooding this spring, there’s definitely some optimism among Manitoba farmers heading into the 2017 planting season. Shaun sat down with three producers from across the southern portion of the province following the TechTour Live event in Brandon earlier this month. Kyle Friesen of Altona, Dwayne Leslie of Portage and Ron… Read More

 

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