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12 Feb, 2019 by Steve Cubbage
By now there is little doubt that the younger generation is rapidly changing the look and feel of the agricultural industry. Although inevitable, it still may be tough to swallow the fact that millennials now outnumber the baby boomers in this…
12 Feb, 2019 by Bloomberg
Cows and bulls searching for “moo love” now have a mobile app to help their breeders. A U.K. farming startup introduced a Tinder-style app, called Tudder, that lets farmers find breeding matches by viewing pictures of cattle with details of their…
12 Feb, 2019 by Sonja Begemann
Herbicide residue has a way of hiding in hoses, some more so than others. Of the hoses tested (pictured above) at Mississippi State University, the VersiGard synthetic rubber hose showed the greatest carryover herbicide damage, while the PMA 4086-08…
05 Feb, 2019 by Chris Bennett
“You can’t manage what you don’t measure." Perry Casson had three combines on his farm and not a single working yield monitor, but wanted to collect yield data from his fields. When he searched the market for the right device for his older model…
05 Feb, 2019 by Tom Karst
The Ontario Fruit and Vegetable Growers’ Association welcomes Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada’s recent announcement of $5 million in funding from the Canadian Agricultural Partnership to support the Automation Cluster. “Fruit and vegetable farmers…