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Ponoka and area farmers have been busy combining last season's unharvested crops thanks to sunny weather.
After months of work caring for steers and heifers, Ponoka's 4-H Beef Club members came together for their big achievement day.
Grain farmers and other stakeholders are being asked for their opinions on a proposed reduction in fees.
Farmers get into the spirit of seeding using old farm equipment May 8 on the Pohl Farm north of Ponoka.
Thirteen per cent of farm-related fatalities across Canada are due to traffic, and most involved tractors.
All of the talk about the snow and rain dumping itself on Alberta recently and its impact on farmers is just that — talk.
FarmLead looks at "bullish" markets and StatsCan forecasting.
Ponoka town and county dignitaries kick-off the Ponoka Agricultural Society's annual fundraiser.
Income generated by off-farm employment is becoming a greater part of how family farms in Alberta remain in operation.
The horse sale at the Calnash Ag Event Centre was packed with folks looking for a purchase.
Average farmland values in Canada continued to climb in 2016, but lost steam in most provinces, including Alberta.
AGRICULTURE COLUMN: Brennan Turner speaks to grain markets in this week's FarmLead.
A decision in the latest federal budget will hurt grain and oilseed farmers by taking a tool out of their financial arsenal.
Alberta farmers faced with a challenge of getting the crops off their land that couldn’t be harvested due early snow last fall have options.
2017 is a big year for the FCC Agri-Spirit fund with Canada's big 150th this year.
Ponoka 4-H members are readying themselves for their big show and sale coming up May 1 and 2.
The West Central Regional 4-H speaking competition was held at the Ponoka Legion March 25.