Salford goes onboard with planter-mounted fertilizer applicator

Salford is giving growers the ability to apply either in-row, pop-up, or banded granular starter fertilizer with the ease and maneuverability that comes with a planter-mounted fertilizer applicator. The company’s new Ferti-GO 4S features a single product hopper, available for mounting on many planter models, with variable rate metering and four-section control. “With this metering system, the Ferti-GO 4S… Read more »

Kemptville Campus to be revamped into community education hub

The former University of Guelph Kemptville Campus will begin its transformation into a community education hub following a purchase agreement by the municipality of North Grenville facilitated by the province. According to a release by the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs, the agreement will see the majority of the Kemptville campus converted… Read more »

RealAg Radio, Mar 16: Agriculture online retail, dairy demand, and prioritizing tech time

It’s the last day of TechTourLive with a final stop in Lethbridge, AB, and Shaun Haney and Kelvin Heppner still managed to find some quiet moments to talk top ag news, dairy demand, ag retail changes, and more. It’s also Kelvin’s birthday, so everyone wish him a happy birthday, please. On today’s show: Why Trump… Read more »

Alberta farm groups express support for pipeline expansion

Farm groups in Alberta are applauding the provincial government’s effort to advance oil pipelines, thereby taking pressure off the rail freight system. “Team Alberta” sent a letter to Premier Rachel Notley this week expressing support for the Trans Mountain pipeline and other crude oil pipelines. The Trans Mountain line was approved by the federal government… Read more »