My two-cylinder John Deere tractors were made in 1952 and 1953
Sarah Loten takes us through the seasons of growing food at Drover’s Way Farm.
Earth Month – April
Send us any photos, letters and stories you might have from a female relative who contributed to Ontario’s agriculture history.
We need to move away from mass production, and there’s zero doubt in my mind we are heading that way. Small farms are the future.
What does every kid learn in school? That to grow anything, you need seed, soil, water and sun. But what if you removed soil from the equation? Wouldn’t the possibilities be almost endless? And now that’s becoming a reality. A form of agriculture that combines...
The bucolic image of a farmer waking up at the crack of dawn and carrying a pail to the barn to milk the cows as the sun peeps over the horizon has become a thing of the past. These days, he’ll most likely be checking his smartphone while sipping his first coffee of...
Robots and automated machinery are a common sight in factories around the world—and now they are transforming the way we grow food. According to the study “Agricultural Robots: Market Shares, Strategy, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2014 to 2020,” robotics are being...
An ATV is all play and no work, right? Not any more. Indeed, an ATV can hold its own doing chores on the farm.