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Strategically located in the heartland of southwestern Ontario, Sylvite Agri-Services is a full-service, value added agricultural retailer, meeting the needs of our customers.
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Meet one of a cadre of experimenters using remote-controlled farm machinery.
Enogen corn, which was introduced originally to aid in ethanol production, is now finding its way into cattle rations.
A new study by Informa Agribusiness Consulting found that prices of renewable identification numbers, or RINs, have not caused increases in gasoline prices from 2013 to 2017.
The U.S. Department of Commerce this week issued a final determination on duties for biodiesel imported from Argentina and Indonesia.
Electronic logging devices can save fleets money and pay for themselves, says David Carruth CEO of 55-truck LTL fleet ONE For Freight.
Cargo theft in the U.S. is 15 percent lower in 2017 when compared to 2016, along with a negligible increase in average loss value year-over-year, reports recording firm SensiGuard.
Trend follows upward revisions in July and August.
Wet weather in the parts of the Midwest have given some producers plenty of time to consider their 2019 seed options.
Both genetics and environment contribute to shattering, but excessive rainfall and a delayed harvest were the primary culprits this year.
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