The Robert (Bob) L. Ross Memorial scholarship is available for farmers who want to enroll in the Canadian Total Excellence in Agricultural Management program. The application deadline for the scholarship for the four module course, which teaches farmers detailed financial, marketing and human relations management skills, using their own operation as a case study.
Do you have a strategic plan for your pasture? Graeme Finn is the owner and operator of Southern Cross Livestock in Madden, Alberta. He says producers need to be thinking about pasture management every-day and that starts with having a plan that takes into account both the good and bad times. “Doesn’t matter if we […]
Mike Witkowicz from Ag Exchange Group talks about three keys to taking your destiny out of the hands of Mother Nature even in an industry such as agriculture which can be dependent on the weather. They include surround yourself with the right people, gather the right information and utilizing the right tools.
The Beef Cattle Research Council on how a plan for drought management must include planning for and consideration of how drought will affect the entire system – including plants, livestock and water sources.
Canadian beef producers share tips with the Beef Cattle Research Council that help them produce more pounds of beef, reduce workload, improve overall efficiency and benefit cattle and the environment.