Ranching couple adds new tech to lower their cattle’s stress.
Collaboration benefits ranchers and wildlife group.
Working with the wild.
“Our youth are now seeing the value of our tradition in livestock.”
A bit of wine for gourmet beef.
The market for grass fed beef is growing quickly, and the future looks promising.
Raising Belted Galloway cattle fills a niche.
Quebec farm finds success producing guardian donkeys.
A century-long legacy of tending the flock.
Controlling pain in your beef herd comes of age.
Canadian hog producers start to embrace loose sow housing.
Buffalo return to Peepeekisis First Nation.
Ammonia has scientists and regulators looking up.
Yak DNA may be high altitude solution.
Parents of child with food sensitivities fall in love with Quebec farm’s natural beef.
Managing a year round calving season.
Canadian beef sector works together to develop sustainability protocols
Clever leasing and organic production launched this new farmer.
The right endophytes can help your pasture without harming your cattle.
In the first of our three-part series, The Furrow looks at how three ranches survive in the “House of the Sun.”