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Premium Ag’s 10th Annual Crop Tour – In The News

Monday, July 29th, 2013 by marissa.gardin — Filed under Behind the scenes, Community Events

Premium Ag’s Crop Tour was featured in the local paper. See the photos below for the articles.

Premium Ag, Crop Tour, Wheat

Premium Ag Clients attend the 10th annual crop tour and enjoy some time in a wheat field.

Premium Ag, Matt Gosling, Shop Talk, Agriculture

Premium Ag clients enjoy the 10th annual crop tour presentation. Matt Gosling speaks about important advancements in agriculture. Keeping clients up to date.



Premium Ag 10th Annual Crop Tour

Sunday, July 21st, 2013 by marissa.gardin — Filed under Behind the scenes, Community Events

Premium Ag hosted there 10th annual Crop Tour on July 19th at Gosling Farm near Strathmore Alberta. Many distinguished Senior Agri-coaches were present to share their knowledge as well as a fair sized group of agri-coaches from around Western Canada.

The day started off with a few presentations in the shop, then included some field stops. Most notable was a wheat field with growth regulator trials.

Once back at the shop, everyone was well fed and well watered all night.

 

 

The Premium Ag team and their 10th Anniversary cake.

The Premium Ag team and their 10th Anniversary cake.



Premium Ag Spring Meeting in the News

Friday, March 22nd, 2013 by marissa.gardin — Filed under agronomy, Behind the scenes, Community Events
Strathmore Standard Article, March 21 2013. Feautres Premium Ag's annual client spring meeting and highlights our keynote speaker, Jerry Stoller.

Strathmore Standard Article, March 21 2013. Feautres Premium Ag’s annual client spring meeting and highlights our keynote speaker, Jerry Stoller.

The current edition of the Strathmore Standard features a whole page article about Premium Ag’s Spring Meeting.

The article focus’s on our keynote speaker, Jerry Stoller, explaining how enlightening his presentation was. Stoller spent most of his speach presenting analogies between plants and members of a family.

The entire article can be found HERE

Matthew Gosling, Partner of Premium Ag, was the one who brought Jerry up from Texas to speak at the annual client meeting.



Foodgrains Bank Harvest Complete!!!

Tuesday, September 28th, 2010 by mattgosling — Filed under Community Events

Sunday September 26, 2010 the 4th Annual Cheadle LIONS Canadian Foodgrains Bank Harvest was successfully taken off!  The moisture in the crop dropped almost 8% in 2 days after 25-30 days of poor harvest weather, to the point where we could combine the crop and deliver it straight to Cargill in Carseland. 

The final yield on the crop was 797.220 gross tonnes or 29,300 bushels on 320 acres is 91.5bu/ac!  Being that we fertilized for 80bu/ac, this is a great accomplishment!  We also baled 828 bales which are sold and will contribute to the donations the club will allocate in the next few months.  IF, we're able to sell the grain via the Canadian Wheat Board, the total proceeds from the crop will be around $170,000!  Most of this will be allocated to the Foodgrains Bank, some locally, and some kept for next years project.  The amount allocated to the Foodgrains bank is available for up to a 4:1 subsidy as well. 

We had about 12-14 combines, 6 balers, and 7-8 busy trucks! 

LOTS of people to thank, so here we go – Jackson Agri, Agro Equipment, LIONS Clubs of 37-O, Encana, Landmark Feeds, Kerora Farms, Duck Unlimited / Winter Wheat Growers / Bayer, Lardon Rentals, Hussar Seed Cleaning Plant / Syngenta, Fairville Colony, Premium Ag Services, Flying T Farms, Target Airspray, Bruce Farms, MountainView Colong, JRI Wheatland Agro, CPS Carseland, Cargill Carseland, Palin Farms, Robert Farms, Highway Service, Bodrug Transport / Darren Kelly, Al Koltuski, Clarence, Botsford Deli, Jester Transport, Warrack Bros Trucking… I'm sure I'm missing some and I appologise if I missed someone!



We are off and Cycling!

Sunday, March 28th, 2010 by admin — Filed under Community Events

Our team the Mojinators held its first fundraising eventĀ  and a Power Training Session on March 27. Our Ultimate Goal? Raise $50,000 for the Enbridge Ride to Conquer Cancer. Contact me to donate or cheer us on.