Potato research project launch announcement made in July 11th, 2014. Alberta’s potato industry will get a boost with a $1 million investment in the University of Lethbridge by a consortium of association and industry partners. Click Here for Article
Master marketing plan uses tools such as EFP to build markets today and tomorrowAll potato growers complete an EFP as part of the industry's branding effort.
There's a simple lesson in customer service for Terence Hochstein in a common McDonald's breakfast meal. The customer doesn't have di [ ... ]
Alberta Beef Producers' (ABP) Rich Smith is an ag engineer, a respected industry consultant, the first environmental manager for ABP and now its executive director
Rich Smith, ABP executive director, (left) and Greg Bowie, ABP vice-chair.
Few people have been as close to the discussion abou [ ... ]
Four examples of why the Semeniuk farm is more sustainable todayA new shop means dealer mechanics come to the farm to maintain equipment
When Robert and Angela Semeniuk won the Alberta regional Outstanding Young Farmers program nomination in 2012 one thing that stood out in their presentation was [ ... ]
New style spreaders improve distribution and lower application rates
Manure spreader with horizontal beater bars.
Most farmers know livestock manure is a mixed blessing. It's an asset, a natural product that applied properly can help boost crop productivity and enhance soil tilth by improving stru [ ... ]
Egg Farmers of Alberta Launches Environmental Program
February 26, 2014 - Egg Farmers of Alberta (EFA) has announced the launch of a new environmental program, the first of its kind for egg farmers [ ... ]
The Environmental Farm Plan (EFP) process helps identify environmental risks and strengths and to develop a plan to reduce the risks and build on the strengths. Every step in the process is entirely v [ ... ]