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I enjoy talking to people about what I do and how I do it. I am a third generation potato […]
If you grew up on the farm, chances are you spent a great deal of time riding in the tractor cab […]
I came from a somewhat agricultural background, but not from the farm. My father bought grain at the Pool Elevator. […]
Why did I choose a career in agriculture? I thought there was lots of opportunity in the agriculture field. I […]
Brayden Connor is continuing his education in agriculture at the University of Saskatchewan because he loves the industry.
Whether it’s buying a gym or broadcasting canola on water-logged fields, Brett Sheffield knows his numbers and how to seize an opportunity.
Did you know there’s carpet made of corn? MacKenna Roth of the Grain Farmers of Ontario speaks about the variety […]
Monthly board meetings for the McIntosh farming operation take place at the kitchen table. That’s just one of the perks of being in business with family for Pam and Glen McIntosh and their twenty-something sons, Derek and Sean.
In 1972 I immigrated to Canada with $125 to my name and some good advice from my dad: “You can […]
Last harvest season, chef Micheal Smith toured a lentil farm in Saskatchewan and learned about agriculture first-hand.
It’s as if canola chose Elaine Bellamy, not the other way around. As a producer and advocate for the heart-healthy, Canadian-grown oil, Bellamy couldn’t be more suited to her place in the food chain.