Farming Smarter's Jamie Puchinger outlines the plots going into the ground for 2020 learning with Brian Beres.
In this conversation with Brianna Elliot, "techgronomist" at Olds College, we cover some new and interesting territory on what the faculty is pursuing with their new Smart Farm Program, and the end results they are looking for: marrying technology with boots on the ground for better decision making and higher profits!
Dirt to Dinner's aim is to educate kids about the work it takes to produce the food people enjoy everyday. The book is written by farmer Conny Kappler of Rolling Hills, Alberta, while design and photography is done by Ralaina Virostek.
Students from across the country and internationally have the opportunity to network and learn at Advancing Women in Agriculture Conferences.
Mike Witkowicz is the Vice President, Strategy and Business Development at Ag Exchange Group which provides a service as a private community where Growers and Buyers interact for for grain transactions. Mike shares his thoughts on modern grain marketing in Western Canadian agricultural production.