Future of Grain
HIGHLIGHTING THE LATEST TECHNOLOGY IN GRAIN PRODUCTION AND UTILIZATION
Oats and barley
Grain Farmers of Ontario has been approached to have a discussion about oat and barley growers joining Grain Farmers of Ontario. If you are interested and you want to be part of the discussion please submit your name and contact information to Anita at the Grain Farmers of Ontario office (519-767-4126). •
Who are you following?
Farmers are using Twitter to stay connected and up to date with industry news. Each month, Ontario Grain Farmer magazine will highlight Twitter accounts we think you should consider following or hashtags (#) that will help you join specific conversations.
Watch for updates before and during Grain Farmers of Ontario’s March Classic with the hashtag #GFOClassic. Join the conversation by adding your thoughts on the day’s speakers and exhibitors. The user with the most tweets including this hashtag will win a Grain Farmers of Ontario prize pack!.
Colonel Chris Hadfield is the keynote speaker for the 2014 March Classic. The former Commander of the International Space Station has more than one million Twitter followers. Since his return to Earth, Hadfield continues to tweet about science and his travelling adventures. •
The Digital Toolbox
The smartphone, tablet and computer are important tools on today’s farms. Each month, Ontario Grain Farmer magazine will highlight an app, online tool, or website that may help you in the field or in the farm office.
My Shed™ is a mobile app from Case IH, powered by their online Genuine Parts Store. The free app provides complete parts manuals, assembly diagrams, and part number lists for machinery.
Users can also find exact parts and create parts lists that can easily be sent to a dealer. Machine models will be stored for next time. It is available for iPhones and iPads on iTunes, and for Android devices on the Google Play store.
My Shed can also be used from your computer at: http://partstore.caseih.com/us/my-shed-a75.html •