Posts from "June, 2015"

Another year at Farm Progress

Walking around the grounds of Canada’s Farm Progress Show in Regina, it is clear manufacturers’ R&D departments are still hard at work. There is a lot of equipment here with updated features. And, of course, more than a few entirely new machines and models. So it’s clear the downturn in new ag equipment sales hasn’t

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It never ends

Just as grain elevators once dominated the landscape of prairie towns, large farm workshops now dominate the landscape of prairie farmyards. Not having one seems to be unthinkable for most farmers. And I agree. A state-of-the-art shop may be one of the most valuable investments producers can make, these days. Back when I was a

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