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Beef producers in the province are facing some uncertainty and a lot of that came out in meetings recently.
It’s well known that certain farming practices contribute to the rising rate of greenhouse gases.
Snow, frost and cold temperatures may soon jeopardize what was supposed to be a record crop.
Ponoka continues to attract an array of agricultural events that many may not realize even exist.
With harvest nearing an end and frost in the air, it is that time of year again for the province’s beef industry.
Harvest work is slowly grinding along throughout the region and province-wide.
This week's FarmLead looks at the pressures on grain prices for harvest 2016.
This week's FarmLead looks at getting value from the harvest.
This year would have been a great year to grow rice.
Even on the mostly prairie landscape of central Alberta, wildland fires still pose a serious threat to farms.
Everyone needs a plan to make harvest safe this season.
There’s an issue of stink being raised by some Ponoka County residents over some farming practices that will now be looked into.
This week's FarmLead looks at the tonnes of crop production this year.
An early start to the growing season has translated to a harvest that has already begun.
Alberta's Open Farm Days opens the door to farms and their production.
Earliest harvested fields a focus for this week's FarmLead.
The options to experience farm life in Alberta will be nearly endless this weekend.
This week's FarmLead looks at grain market demands rather than weather.
Supply markets considered in this week's FarmLead.
Drop report for the week of Aug. 10 for the Ponoka News.