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Best Canadian Farming Blogs for 2012

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The weather can change at the drop of a hat, and when you’re a farmer that hat dropping can either make or break your livelihood. It’s important to stay on top of things like the climate, conditions, and forecast, but if you’re a successful farmer then your time is at a premium.

farming blogs - Photo by - AP Photo/GosiaWozniackaThe weather can change at the drop of a hat, and when you’re a farmer that hat dropping can either make or break your livelihood. It’s important to stay on top of things like the climate, conditions, and forecast, but if you’re a successful farmer then your time is at a premium. You don’t have the availability to surf the web and find the best sources of information. Farming blogs are a dime a dozen, but here are a few suggestions that you can trust to be dependable.

Some of the very best Canadian farming blogs for 2012 are sites that have excellent accuracy, as well as serve as a resource for all things farming. There’s obviously a lot more to farming than just knowing if the sun is shining or not, so we took that into account when decided which farming blogs to present to you.

First, the classic, tried and true Farmer’s Almanac (www.farmersalmanac.com). Not only is this resource one of the oldest, but it is one of the most reliable. Updated daily with content centered around regions, it’s fairly easy to find out anything farming related within a matter of seconds, specifically about your area in Canada. This farming blog sports more than just general information: you’ll see articles about healthy living, recipes, trivia, and more.

For more specific regional information about Canadian farming, try Food and Farming in Canada (www.foodandfarmingcanada.com). Advertised as a blog about the farming side of food, you’ll find interesting posts about everything and anything related to farming in Canada. Tag links make it quick to look through specific categories. The owner of the site grew up on a farm and the entire industry is important to them. The idea and goal is to link all Canadian farmers in the long run.

But not all farming blogs need to be specifically about farms and the weather! In fact, one of the most popular online resources is the Canadian Society for Bioengineering, or BioEng for short (www.bioeng.ca). Articles about the cutting edge technology used to keep farms going can be found here, along with advancements in various fields. It’s won numerous awards and will surely continue to win with its excellent reporting and coverage of multiple industry fields.

Maybe you aren’t interested in a catch-all farming blog, though. Maybe you’re looking for something a little more narrow as it related to your particular field of expertise. Are you chicken farmer? Then you probably already know about one of the biggest chicken farming blogs on the web, but just in case you aren’t, here it is!

Chicken Feeds (chicken.ca/blog) is the official blog of chicken farmers of Canada. This blog covers everything from allergies to trans fat as it relates to chicken farmers. If you have a question about poultry, then this is the place to get answers!

While the world wide web is filled with tons of “legitimate” sources, make sure to do your research before you trust your crops, your livestock, and your livelihood to just any old blog. The ones mentioned here are top of the line and trustworthy, and you can be sure that they are the very best farming blogs being updated consistently.

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