It won’t be long before canola harvest kicks into high gear on the Prairies – for those who seeded early, harvest has already begun. It’s a good feeling to get your labours off the field and into the bin, but are you measuring combine losses? This video by the Canola Council of Canada offers four […]
Without a quality water source, your cattle may not reach their full potential of gain or may even be exposed to harmful bacteria. But how do you know when and what to test for? Courtesy of NDSU Extension is this video on livestock water quality and how you can test your water source. If you’ve […]
Many areas in southern British Columbia are under threat from wildfires. The B.C. Wildfire Service has been tracking new and existing fires for firefighting efforts and to help keep the public from harm. Seen from the opposite side of the Okanagan in Peachland, B.C. is this video by Darren Hull of the Good Creek and […]
Courtesy of the University of Wisconsin Extension comes this video on the subject of the importance of water as a nutrient for dairy cattle during periods of heat stress. If you’ve found a weather-related video on YouTube that other producers may want to see, send us a link and we’ll feature it here.
We know many of you have probably been feeling the heat lately due to the exceedingly warm weather, so here’s a video of a bull playing in the snow with his new hay bedding to offer up some cool thoughts. If you’ve found a weather-related video on YouTube that other producers may want to see, […]
In what could easily be referred to as a one-in-a-million shot, on July 4 this firework was struck by lightning as it streaked across the sky as Americans celebrated their independence. If you’ve found a weather-related video on YouTube that other producers may want to see, send us a link and we’ll feature it here.
Many storm clouds can be absolutely mesmerizing, mostly due to the fact that we’re not always sure what will come out of them. Such was likely the case in this ominous-looking dark cloud that hung over the Grosse Isle, Manitoba area on Canada Day, July 1. If you’ve found a weather-related video on YouTube that […]
storm chaser Reed Timmer paid a visit to northeastern Alberta earlier this month and posted this collection of “mothership supercell insanity” filmed June 9 around Cold Lake and Bonnyville.
Unfortunately for farmers and property owners, hail has been a recurring theme with devastating impacts for a long time. What looks like a snowy, winter-time road in this British Pathé newsreel was actually late spring in Colorado after a period of warmth that saw several crops get off to a good start, only to be […]
If you seeded an ideal pasture, what would it look like? A question posed in this video by Alberta Agriculture that meets with producers and researchers who offer their thoughts on growing methods for a high legume crop for grazing or hay. If you’ve found a weather-related video on YouTube that other producers may want […]