Tax season is upon us. Are your records in order to help you put together your income tax…
Understanding capital cost allowance classes for your farm income tax. A tax specialist walks us through some key points to remember when you are filing here on Rural Roots Canada.
In this episode I talk about how Canola originated from Rapeseed and the history behind this amazing plant. Recently a movie about the legal battle between a farmer and Monsanto was released in theaters this past week. Centering around the illegal usage of Roundup Ready Canola by Percy. Farmers across the country have been outraged about the inaccuracies that this story presents to consumers. The worst part being making a movie about Canola and having the movie poster picture being a farmer standing in a Corn field. You already know I have some thoughts on this story.
As the agriculture sector prepares to participate in the Canada Grain Act review, Erin has a Fireside Chat with all three of the Canadian Grain Commission’s commissioners to talk about the review, the integrity of grain quality assurance, and the accumulated surplus.
Today, Jill talks to David Hoar, from Syngenta. He is a leader at this thriving global agri chem company and has built many teams to support local customers in the global market.
Jill and David talk about his career path at Syngenta and how it’s empowering work culture allows its workers to make decisions for themselves and form long-lasting relationships with its customers.
They also discuss the importance of nurturing his team and making everyone feel included no matter how new they are to the company.
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This episode is a follow-up to the GrainsWest online story: “PPE MIA.” Sarah Hoffmann, a seed grower and GrainsWest contributor, looks in-depth at the evolving PPE supply situation in the Ag industry.
In a very special episode of GTF, Dan, Terry, and Holden Aberhart (grandson) chat with the patriarch of the Aberhart family, Harvey Aberhart.
This is a two-part interview in which the Aberhart family will take you through the beginning of the farming family business all the way to the present with Terry and Dan taking upon the role of leaders in a family business built over decades of hard work and hustle.
Part one of the two-part series focuses on the history of the farm up until the point where the Aberhart brothers came into the mix in a significant way.
This episode is full of lessons, wisdom, and fun and tender moments you don’t want to miss.
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Host Brad McCallum, Agri-Commodity Management Association (ACMA), chats with Amy Higgins, Maritime Beef Council, and Dean Manning, Nova Scotia Cow-Calf Producer, about the benefits of being VBP+ certified.
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Host: Brad McCallum
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In this podcast, we chat with Dr. Brian Beres regarding his current research on closing yield gaps in Western Canada. Part of his research involves capturing management information from producers through a survey. We discuss the survey and research value to western Canadian producers and how it will impact producers goal of closing yield gaps in the future.
To learn more about this survey click here: https://albertawheat.com/media/the-growing-point/february-2021/yield-gap