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■ 500 Exhibits ■ Bull Congress ■ New Inventions ■ Expert Presentations ■ Door Prizes ■ Free Admission ■ Free Parking & Shuttle

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We’re proud of the show we’ve developed and the important part it plays in the agricultural industry. We hope you enjoy your time at Manitoba Ag Days. It’s where the Ag Year begins!

CONTENTS: 4 Message from Jonothon Roskos & Scott Perkin The Manitoba Ag Day Chairmen

4 Message from Stan Struthers Manitoba Minister of Agriculture, Food & Rural Initiatives

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Ag Days Official Sponsors 2011 Schedule of Events Seminars & Workshops Bull Congress Best New Product Inventors’ Showcase Exhibitor’s Listing 2011 New Products Around the Show Keystone Centre Floor Maps Scholarship Awards Agri Marketing Centre Farm Safety Outside Displays About Manitoba Ag Days Facts About Ag Days Information Staff Ag Days Trade Show New Inventions & Products Seminar Locations Win a Trip to Florida!

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Message from Stan Struthers, Minister of Agriculture, Food & Rural Initiatives

Message from Jonothon Roskos & Scott Perkin, Manitoba Ag Days Co-Chairmen

Welcome once again to Manitoba Ag Days. For over 30 years Manitoba Ag Days has been featuring the latest in equipment, technology and information and this 34th edition will be no different. Our exhibit numbers are now at 520 occupying every part of the Keystone Centre. The popular features such as Inventor’s Showcase, Bull Congress and the seminars will once again be available. The construction areas in the Keystone Centre we encountered last year are now completed and you will find most exhibitors back in their usual locations. One change you will see is both seminar locations moved to the seating area in the Westman Place Arena. We tried this last year successfully with one seminar room so have decided to put both seminars in adjacent locations at the south end of the arena where seating is more abundant. The program committee has put together an outstanding group of speakers again this year. You’ll find Inventor’s Showcase back in its familiar location on the arena floor in Westman Place Arena. Bull Congress in Barn 3 has the most exhibitors in its history and now has a waiting list to participate. Look for the farm safety displays as well on the main arena floor. Watch for signs on various displays designating new products – there’s a listing in this guide as well. Manitoba Ag Days has undertaken a major upgrade and improvement of its website so you should be able to find more information than ever just by going to www.agdays.com . We would also like to say thank you to our many sponsors and you will find them mentioned on various pages in this guide. Ag Days is financed completely by exhibitor fees and sponsor contributions. We look forward to seeing you at Ag Days 2011 – It’s Where the Ag Year Begins. — Jonothon Roskos & Scott Perkin – Co-Chairmen, Manitoba Ag Days

As Minister for Manitoba Agriculture, Food and Rural Initiatives, I am pleased to join organizers of Manitoba’s Ag Days 2011 in welcoming you to three days of learning, sharing, and discovery, January 18th to 20th. Ag Days continues to live up to its reputation as the event “where the agriculture season begins”. Manitoba farmers and industry members have opportunities to experience the latest products and services, and to attend presentations and workshops designed to help them with their production decisions. Ag Days 2011 offers something for everyone, covering a range of topics, from crop production and farm management to environmental planning and livestock events. Another favourite aspect of the event is the annual agri-trade show, which remains one of Western Canada’s largest displays of equipment and agriculture supplies. With Ag Days celebrating 34 consecutive years, its success and popularity come as a result of a core group of dedicated organizers, volunteers and show staff. I extend my personal thanks to these producers, agri-business members, and staff from my department, whose diligent efforts have ensured Ag Days’ status as “the premier” agriculture planning event in Manitoba. I look forward to seeing you at Ag Days 2011. — Honourable Stan Struthers, Minister

Facility & Show Directors: Ryan Boyd – Ag Producer, Brandon Stephanie Cruickshanks – Business Development Specialist

Rejean Picard

– Farm Production Advisor, MAFRI

Tom Tolton

2011 Ag Days Directors – Co-ChairS: Jonothon Roskos – Ag. Producer, Dufresne, Manitoba Scott Perkin – Arysta LifeSciences, Souris

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General Managers: Owen & Pat Beever – Brandon, Manitoba

– Manager Knowledge Management, MAFRI, Winnipeg (Ag Days Website)

Adrian Caillier

– A.R.K. New-Tech, Manitou Greg Setter – Setter Mfg, Russell

Blake Nestibo

– Ag Producer, Goodlands (Inventors’ Showcase, New Products Feature)

Jim Slimmon

– Manitoba Weed Supervisors Assoc., Pipestone

Eric McLean –Ag Producer, Oak River Promotion & Media: Kristen Phillips – MAFRI, Virden

Finance & Sponsorship: Roy Arnott – Business Development Specialist, MAFRI, Killarney

Program: Scott Day

– Diversification Specialist, MAFRI, Melita (Inventor’s Showcase)

Stephanie Cruickshanks

– Farm Production Advisor, MAFRI, Brandon Manitoba Ag Days thanks MAFRI staff, farmers and others who assisted with the program. Manitoba Ag Days also thanks Blair McRae, Sherry Daniels and Bert McDonald for their help with Bull Congress.


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TUESDAY, January 18, 2011

Theatre #1 AFTERNOON PROGRAM

MORNING PROGRAM Canola Growers Program 9:00 AM Growing Canola - Sharing What We Learned in 2010: Derwyn Hammond, Resource Manager, Canola Council of Canada 9:45 AM Canola Market Update: Jonathon Driedger, FarmLink Market Specialist

E Q U I P M E N T

1:00 PM Transition Management for Your Family Farm Julee Galvin – Meyers Norris & Penny LLP Markets and Messages: 1:30 PM Minister of Agriculture, Food & Rural Initiatives: The Honorable Stan Struthers

10:30 AM Canola Growers Award of Excellence – Dr. Rachael Scarth, University of Victoria

2:00 PM ‘Farm Line On-Line’: Bringing On-Line Counselling and Resources to Rural Manitoba: Janet Smith, F&RSL Manager

11:00 AM How to Live to Be 100 and Remember Your Name: – Marilyn Smith, Author, Chef and Freelance Writer

2:15 PM 2010 4-H Communications Winners: The Cost of Doing Nothing – Laughlin McKinnon - Deloraine

Successful Calving – Richard Bramley, Minnedosa

2:45 PM Grain Market Outlook; Large Speculators and Increasing Market Volatility are Changing the Rules of the Game! Are You Ready? David Drozd – Ag Chieve Marketing

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TUESDAY, January 18, 2011

Theatre #2 AFTERNOON PROGRAM

MORNING PROGRAM

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Organics 10:00 AM Manitoba Organic Alliance Donna Youngdahl, Organic Marketing Specialist for the CWB

Southwest Farm Women’s Network 1:00 PM SWFWN Panel - Why We Do What We Do

10:30 AM Homeopathic Remedies for Organic Livestock Dr. Glen Dupree, St. Francisville, Louisiana, USA

1:30 PM Be a Great Chef Without Chef School! Reena Nerbas, Author, Journalist, & Mother

11:15 AM Our Organic Farming System Ian Cushon, Oxbow, Sk.

2:15 PM Discover “Open Farm Day” Susan Nicoll, MAFRI – Agritourism Specialist

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WEDNESDAY, January 19, 2011

Theatre #1 AFTERNOON PROGRAM

MORNING PROGRAM Hot Topics: 10:00 AM Farmland’s Important Little Investment Secret: Brad Farquhar - Assiniboia Capital. Regina Sask. 10:30 AM Tractors: Tires, Tracks, Traction and Truths!: Reed Turner, Machinery Specialist (retired Ab. Ag Engineer) 11:00 AM Mega Trends in Agriculture: Mike Krueger, Host of the “Money Farm” and one of America’s most popular Ag commentators

1:00 PM Managing the Farm of the Future – Grant Griffith – Meyers Norris & Penny LLP Agronomy: 1:30 PM Soybeans - Manitoba’s New Cinderella Crop? Brent Reid – MAFRI Farm Production Advisor, Dugald, Mb. 2:00 PM Vertical Tillage: Is It Time to Trade Off the Cultivator or Disc? Chris Claeys, Producer Medora, Mb. and Roger Burak, MAFRI, Arborg Mb. 2:30 PM Our Wacky World of Weather: John Sauder CBC’s acclaimed Meteorologist 3:00 PM Sunflowers - Manitoba’s Other Cinderella Crop? Darcelle Graham – Executive Director of the National Sunflower Association

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WEDNESDAY, January 19, 2011

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Livestock 1:00 PM The Canadian Cattle Market Update Anne Dunford, Gateway Livestock, Taber Ab. 1:45 PM Lobbying for Ag Policy in Ottawa Ryder Lee, Canadian Cattlemen’s Association, Ottawa, Ont. 2:30 PM Animal Rights and Wrongs – Agriculture Gets In The Game!: Crystal Mackay, Executive Director of the Ontario Farm Animal Council

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THURSDAY, January 20, 2011

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Livestock 10:00 AM All About Sheep & Goats!: Mamoon Rashid – MAFRI Sheep & Goat Specialist 10:45 AM Canadian Hog Outlook – Prospects for Profitability?: Tyler Fulton – Manitoba Pork Marketing 11:15 AM Genetic Selection and Sustainable Systems for Superior Herds: John & Kelsey Beasley, young beef producers from East Central Alberta

1:00 PM Structure Your Farm Operation for a Successful Future Eric Olson – Meyers Norris & Penny LLP Agronomy & Policy: 1:30 PM Glyphosate Weed Resistance – ND’s Exploding Problem and What Manitoba Needs to Know! Dr. Jeff Stachler – NDSU Fargo, North Dakota 2:00 PM How Will Farmers Be Paid for Environmental Goods and Services? Greg Bruce/Ducks Unlimited and Robert Brunel / KAP President 2:30 PM Variable Rate Fungicide Application Based on Data from Remote Control Planes Rejean Picard – MAFRI Farm Production Advisor – Somerset Mb.

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2:15 PM Working Together in Rural Communities Penny Burton, Economic Development Officer, Cartwright, Mb. 2:45 PM Manitoba Farmers Work to End Hunger: Harold Penner – Regional Coordinator for the Canadian Food Grains Bank

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Sharing What We LeaRned with canola in 2010 Derwyn Hammond

Derwyn Hammond was raised on his family’s farm west of Brandon, MB, and holds a B. Sc. in agronomy, and a M. Sc. in soil science, both from the University of Manitoba. He joined the Canola Council of Canada in the spring of 1994, and is currently the senior agronomy specialist for Manitoba. His current responsibilities involve collaborating with Crop Production staff, industry partners and canola growers to provide practical agronomic information targeted at improving the productivity and profitability of canola producers. Derwyn will share experiences with canola production from the 2010 crop year during his talk at the Canola Growers Program on Tuesday a.m. in Theatre #1.

the Canola Market Update Jonathon Driedger

Jonathon Driedger joined FarmLink in June 2007. Prior to joining FarmLink, Jon was a commodity risk management consultant with FCStone, opening their first Canadian office in 2005. Jon has also been an Economist with the Winnipeg Commodity Exchange and has worked in the livestock feed industry. He has a BSc in Agribusiness and a MSc in Agricultural Economics from the University of Manitoba. Jon resides with his wife and two daughters by the family farm where he grew up near Grunthal, Manitoba. Jonathon will review the canola market and the outlook for the coming year when he speaks at the Canola Growers Program in Theatre #2 on Tuesday a.m.

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CANOLA GROWERS AWARD OF EXCELLENCE Dr. Rachael Scarth

Dr. Rachael Scarth received her doctorate from the University of Cambridge in plant breeding and genetics. Dr. Scarth joined the Department of Plant Science at the University of Manitoba and worked with Dr. Baldur Stefansson in the canola breeding program from 1982 until his retirement. Her research focused on the development of canola/rapeseed cultivars with modified seed oil composition, the application of new technologies to genetic studies in canola and improvements in the seed quality and production characteristics of canola and rapeseed. She is the co-developer of over 30 canola and rapeseed cultivars with special oil quality traits including the world’s first canola cultivar with low linolenic oil quality. From 2001-2005, Dr. Scarth served as the Associate Dean Research for the Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences. Her current position is the acting Associate Vice-President Research and Director, Office of Research Services at the University of Victoria (BC).

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Managing the Transition of Your Family Farm

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Developing and implementing a transition plan is often the biggest single financial and personal change a family will experience. This process involves shifting the accumulated wealth and business opportunities of previous generations to a new one. Julee Galvin is a Regional Leader with Meyers Norris Penny in Brandon. Stop by Julee’s presentation at 1:00 P.M. on Tuesday to learn more about effective succession planning and the benefits of starting the transition process now.

For the past several years Manitoba Ag Days has been pleased to present the winning speakers from the Provincial 4-H Communications Competition. This year we present Laughlin McKinnon and Richard Bramley. Laughlin is a 16 year old 4-H member from Deloraine with eight years experience in 4-H. He is the first place winner in the Manitoba Senior 4-H Communications event with his topic “The Cost of Doing Nothing” a talk about the environment. Richard Bramley is the runner-up from the provincial competition and will speak on “Steps to a Successful Calving Season”. Richard is a 12 year 4-H member from near Minnedosa, Manitoba. You can hear these two outstanding young speakers on Tuesday afternoon at 2:15 in Theatre #1.

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Farm line on-line: Bringing counselling services to rural manitoba

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Janet Smith

This is the 10th anniversary for the Manitoba Farm and Rural Stress Line and Manager Janet Smith will review the history from its humble beginnings 10 years ago to its re-launch as The “Manitoba Farm & Rural Support Service” at Ag Days. New promotional materials, the revised website and various on-line counselling options will be demonstrated. Janet has worked as an educator and program manager for several not-for-profit organizations both locally, provincially, nationally and internationally and has managed the Manitoba Farm & Rural Support Service since 2003. You can hear Janet in Theatre #1 on Tuesday afternoon at 2:00 pm.

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Grain Markets – The Rules are Changing – Are You Ready? David Drozd

David Drozd is President and Chief Marketing Analyst with Ag-Chieve Corporation. David has more than 20 years of family grain farming experience. He currently writes regular monthly columns for the Manitoba Co-operator & Alberta Farm Express, teaches grain marketing courses, and uses his advanced knowledge of technical analysis to advise Ag-Chieve clients on their grain marketing decisions. David will speak during the Markets and Messages session in Theatre #1 on Tuesday afternoon. Learn how to take advantage of marketing and pricing opportunities in volatile markets and gain insight on where cereal and oilseed prices are heading next.


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What is the vision for organic agriculture in 2011 in Manitoba? Donna Youngdahl, a director of the Manitoba Organic Alliance, and organic marketing manager with the Canadian Wheat Board, will lead a discussion on the role of organic agriculture today in local food security, rural development, and agri-business. Donna will talk about some of the challenges the organic sector has faced following the 2008 recession, providing an overview of the impact on organic wheat and durum markets and prices. She will also speak about the role the Manitoba Organic Alliance plays in building the provincial organic sector and representing Manitoba on the national level on organic certification standards and regulations. Donna will be speaking in Theatre #2 at 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday.

Ian Cushon has farmed organically for over 20 years producing a wide variety of crops. Ian is Past President of the Saskatchewan Organic Development Council (now called SOD) and also wrote a column called “All Things Organic” for the Western Producer from 1998 - 2004. Ian has taught organic farming classes for The Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology and Canadian Organic Growers. He has given many presentations on organic farming for The Agriculture Institute for Management in Saskatchewan (AIMS) Consultant Workshop Program. He is currently a member of the Organic Value Chain Round Table. Ian and wife Jo-Anne, operate Moose Creek Organic Farm near Oxbow, in Southeast Saskatchewan.

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Glen Dupree, DVM, CVH, has practiced veterinary homeopathy for the past 16 years in Louisiana, Pennsylvania, New York and New Mexico. Currently Dr. Dupree’s practice of veterinary Homeopathy is based in St. Francisville, Louisiana, and in Taos, New Mexico. His practice consists of clinical consultations for companion animals, livestock, and horses, as well as writing and teaching veterinary homeopathy. He is the author of the book “Homeopathy in Organic Livestock Production”. Dr. Dupree will cover the theory behind the use of homeopathic remedies and will look at some common applications of the remedies in various farm settings. Case studies and material medica of the commonly prescribed acute remedies will be used to illustrate these applications. You can hear Dr. Dupree in the Organics session in Theatre #2 on Tuesday morning.

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Ever wonder how restaurants make perfect pies, cakes, icing, cookies and gravy? Get ready to learn tricks for timeless classics. Cooking and baking has never been easier and soon you will be able to wow your family and friends with food that looks and tastes like they were made by professionals. The secrets are out and your life just got easier. Reena Nerbas is an author, journalist, broadcaster and mother of 4. She has written 3 national best sellers, Household Solutions 1 with Substitutions, Household Solutions 2 with Kitchen Secrets and Household Solutions 3 the Green Edition. You can hear Reena’s presentation on Tuesday afternoon in Theatre #2 Westman Place Arena.

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Why We Do What We Do Meet the fabulous women of the Steering Committee for the South West Farm Women’s Network. These dedicated farm women will share their unique stories of their journey as farm wives, business partners and community leaders. These ladies make a difference in the lives of rural families and they will inspire you as you continue to do the same in your communities. Why Do You Do What You Do? This session will take place on Tuesday afternoon.

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Susan Nicoll has worked for MAFRI in various capacities for several years and previous to that worked with Alberta Agriculture. Susan received her Bachelor of Home Economics and Secondary Education Certificate from the University of Manitoba and taught Junior High in Winkler for 2 years before pursuing a career in government. She currently lives in the Interlake region and manages the provincial agri-tourism program from the MAFRI office in Teulon. Susan will speak about agri-tourism during the SWFWN session in Theatre 2 on Tuesday afternoon.

Gerry Friesen has an extensive background in agriculture. He owned and operated a poultry and hog operation, and continues to work with farmers as a mediator and stress management consultant. Gerry recently coordinated a project called ‘Farmer to Farmer’ which focused on farmers and ranchers who were experiencing stress and depression. As we well know, farmers experience stress on a continuous basis. This stress, if not managed, can contribute to many other problems in their lives. As stress mounts the emotional and physical toll can impact behavior and lead to a deterioration in health, relationships and safety. Come out to the SWFWN session on Tuesday afternoon and learn about our 3 R approach; Recognize signs and symptoms of stress, React in ways that help you cope, and Reach Out for help if you need it. We know that “Healthy Farmers = Healthy Farms”.

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Farmland’s Important Little Investment Secret Brad Farquhar

You might think of your farmland as the stable equity base of your farm. But Brad Farquhar thinks your farmland is holding you back and reducing your returns from farming. Brad manages Assiniboia Farmland LP, the largest farmland fund in Canada with 100,000 acres under management. Come hear what he has to say about farmland ownership (plus some photos of a 125,000 acre farm he visited this summer in Mongolia). You can hear Brad at 10:00 a.m. in Theatre #1 on Wednesday.

Tractors – Tires, Tracks, Traction and Truths Reed Turner

Tractors and their fuel consume a healthy part of most farm production budgets. Find out how you can get the most bang for those bucks. What about duals, triples, or tracks? What about power levels, speeds, tractor setup and maintenance? What is the best tractor for your operation? What is true for you and what is “sales talk”? Reed Turner will provide answers to these questions and discussion about others that you may ask. Reed is a retired mechanical engineer who began his career with John Deere in Iowa. He later moved to the Alberta Farm Machinery Research Centre at Lethbridge and became the resident expert on farm power, traction and tractors. Reed will speak in Theatre #1 Wednesday at 10:30 a.m.

MEGA TRENDS IN AGRICULTURE Michael Krueger

On Wednesday at 11:00 a.m. in Theatre #1 Ag Days is pleased to present Michael Krueger, founder and President of The Money Farm, a grain marketing advisory service located near Fargo, North Dakota working with individual farmers, country elevators and others. He is also a senior analyst for World Perspectives, a Washington, DC, based international agricultural consulting company, and has traveled extensively internationally as a speaker at various farm and grain industry meetings. He is a licensed commodity broker clearing through ADM Investor Services. Mike Krueger also hosted a daily syndicated radio and television program called The Money Farm that was carried on 35 radio stations across the upper Midwest and six television stations across North Dakota.

Managing the Farm of the FuturE Grant Griffith

Keeping up with changes in the industry and responding effectively to them on the farm can be challenging without some key insight. Grant Griffith is Director, Primary Producers with Meyers Norris Penny in Brandon. Join Grant at 1:00 P.M. on Wednesday to find out whether your farm is changing on the inside as fast as the industry is changing on the outside - - and what you can do to secure a stronger future for your operation. Grant will speak in Theatre #1

Soybeans – Manitoba’s Cinderella Crop?

Brent Reid

Brent Reid is a Farm Production Advisor with MAFRI at Dugald. He has spent much of his time in the last 5 years working on soybean related production issues as the crop continues to develop its huge potential in Manitoba. With over 528,000 acres grown in 2010, soybeans are quickly becoming a significant crop. In this session Brent will discuss many of the steps both seasoned soybean growers and those new to the game need to get right to produce a profitable crop.

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our wacky world of weather

Vertical Tillage: Is it Time to Trade Off the Cultivator or Disc?

John Sauder

Chris Claeys & Roger Burak

New vertical tillage implements allow farmers in 100% zero till rotations to till the land without disturbing all the standing stubble, but still penetrate deep enough to fracture the shallow hard pan. This allows for faster break down of high residue crops and allows the surface to warm up and dry quicker. Chris Claeys and Roger Burak will talk about their experiences with Vertical Tillage in Theatre #1 on Wednesday afternoon. Chris Claeys was born and raised on a family farm outside of Deloraine, MB. He took Engineering at the University of Manitoba but then decided to return to the farm, using his knowledge in computers and electronics to benefit his farming practices. Roger Burak grew up in the Arborg area, and operates a mixed grain and beef family farm with his father. He works for MAFRI in the Agriculture Diversification Centre program and with the local producer organization PESAI, to research innovation in agriculture.

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Probably nothing is talked about more than the weather – particularly in agricultural areas like the prairies. In recent years the extremes in weather patterns from ridiculous amounts of rain to drought to cold springs have everyone wondering about our ‘wacky weather’. John Sauder is a CBC Meteorologist appearing daily on CBC Winnipeg. John is endorsed by the Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society and is one of only three Canadians to be recognized by the American Meteorological Society with their Seal of Approval for Weathercasting. You can hear John at 2:30 pm in Theatre #1 on Wednesday.

Sunflowers Manitoba’s Other Cinderella Crop? Darcelle Graham

Darcelle Graham will provide an update on Sunflower production in Manitoba. Currently, 85% of all sunflower production in Canada is located in Manitoba. Sunflowers however are considered a minor crop in Canada growing less than 200,000 acres per year. Darcelle is the Executive Director of the National Sunflower Association of Canada, providing the voice of the Association at grower, industry and both federal and provincial grower meetings. Darcelle will be speaking in Theatre #1 at 3:00 p.m. on Wednesday.

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OUR COORDINATED DRAINAGE PROGRAM

THE Pas’ integrated DRAINAGE SYSTEM

Shawn McCutcheon operates McCutcheon Farms in the Carman area with his family growing corn, soybeans, canola, edible beans, wheat and ryegrass. Shawn says “excess water has become the number one limiting factor to consistent crop production on our farm”. During his presentation he will provide current information on what is happening on his farm and in the area to manage excess water. Shawn will also provide information on what is happening at the municipal level to try to confront this challenge. Shawn will be speaking at 10:00 am at the Drainage Workshop in Theatre 2 on Wednesday.

The Carrot Valley Farming Area, located near The Pas, Manitoba, is home to one of Manitoba’s most elaborate drainage systems. Known as the Carrot River Project, this federal-provincial collaboration began in the 1950’s and resulted in an extensive Holland-type dike and ditch system, complete with polders. Today, producers in the area continue to adapt to the seemingly never-ending challenges of field drainage combined with the increasing pressure of water quality management. The Carrot Valley Farming area is now home to some Manitoba’s most productive farmland. Gwen Donohoe is the vice chair of the Kelsey Conservation District located in The Pas, MB, where she farms with her family on a mixed farm (300 head commercial cow-calf operation and grain and oilseed production). Gwen will speak on Wednesday in Theatre 2 at 11:00 am.

Shawn McCutcheon

Gwen Donohoe

OUR EXTENSIVE USE OF TILing Stan Wiebe

Stan Wiebe farms with his brother and father north-east of MacGregor, Manitoba at Beaver Creek Farms Ltd. They grow potatoes, wheat, canola, oats and corn. The farm began in 1968 and over the years many crops had quality and yield potential knocked back as a result of wet, saturation issues on the almassippi sand they farmed. Tiling became a regular feature starting in 1998 and since then approximately 400 acres has been tiled each year. Tiling has proven to be among the best investment made at Beaver Creek Farms. Stan will talk about this journey with tiling, the benefits and whether it pays. Hear Stan at 10:30 am in Theatre 2 on Wednesday.

MANITOBA’S NEW DRAINAGE REGULATIONS Perry Stonehouse

Perry Stonehouse, Manager, Manitoba Water Services will update requirements for approval of drainage projects under The Water Rights Act. All drainage activities require authorization but proposed works that meet the definition of minor water control works may receive a minor work authorization. Perry will speak during the Drainage Workshop in Theatre #2 at 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday.

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where is the beef market heading?

Lobbying for ag policy in ottawa

Join us as we talk about the key impacting factors shaping the North American markets. See how cattle inventory levels are impacting supply and hear how demand is changing both in North America and abroad. Learn what to expect and how to mitigate price risks for beef production in 2011 and beyond. Anne Dunford is the General Manager and Marketing Specialist for Gateway Livestock Exchange in Taber, AB. Gateway was formed in 2007 and provides clients with marketing expertise, analysis, inventory management assistance and risk management options with the goal to find the best value for cattle in various markets. Anne will speak in Theatre 2 on Wednesday afternoon.

Ryder Lee’s family still operates the cow calf ranch he grew up on in southern Saskatchewan (near Fir Mountain). He graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with an Animal Science degree in 1999 and worked for Dow AgroSciences for six years. This included stints in Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Ontario. The Manitoba time was spent working to establish the Range & Pasture business introducing Grazon and Remedy across Manitoba and Eastern Saskatchewan. Since 2005 he has worked in Ottawa for the Canadian Cattlemen’s Association. Animal Care, Domestic Policy, Ottawa lobbying and provincial relations are his assignments. Ryder’s presentation will be in Theatre 2 at 1:45 on Wednesday.

Ryder Lee

Anne Dunford

ANIMAL RIGHTS AND WRONGS - agriculture gets in the game Crystal Mackay

Crystal Mackay is the Executive Director for the Ontario Farm Animal Council (OFAC), the voice of animal agriculture on issues such as animal care, food safety and the environment. The Ontario Farm Animal Council represents Ontario’s livestock and poultry farmers and associated businesses. OFAC has developed many award winning creative and proactive efforts to communicate agriculture’s messages to the public. Crystal will be speaking in Theatre 2 at 2:30 pm on Wednesday afternoon.

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Seating is limited. First-come, first-served. For more information, contact: Bert Dupasquier 204-727-9073 The CWB is a proud sponsor of Ag Days.

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ALL ABOUT SHEEP & GOATS Mamoon Rashid

Mamoon Rashid has worked with small ruminant livestock in some of the world’s most modern production facilities. He says lamb production “is an opportunity on which the livestock industry should not be missing out especially when the lamb consumption is growing”. His presentation will address the overview of the lamb industry as well as how someone can be an efficient lamb producer. He will also address the expanding goat industry in Manitoba. Mamoon is a veterinarian by training as well as an animal scientist carrying a very diverse experience of the livestock industry. You can hear Mamoon speak in Theatre #1 on Thursday at 10:00 a.m.

Prospects for Profitability – Canadian Hog Outlook Tyler Fulton

Tyler Fulton is the Director of Risk Management for Manitoba Pork Marketing Co-op (MPMC) and is Owner/Operator of a 500 head beef cow/calf operation in Birtle, Manitoba, Canada. Tyler has worked with MPMC since 2001, where he manages the forward contracting and feed merchandising activities. In this role, he provides market analysis and develops strategies to aid hog producers in managing their price risk. Tyler received his Bachelor’s degree in Agribusiness from the University of Manitoba in 1999 and is completing his Derivative Market Specialist designation. Tyler will present the Canadian Hog Outlook at 11:15 a.m. in Theatre #1 on Thursday.

Genetic Selection and Sustainable Systems for Superior Herds John & Kelsey Beasley

John and Kelsey Beasley will talk about Genetic Selection and Sustainable Systems for beef herds on Thursday morning at 10:00 a.m. in Theatre #1. John and Kelsey moved back to Alberta from Boggy Creek, Manitoba in Dec 2009. They currently base their ranch in East Central Alberta along Berry Creek, Blood Indian Creek and the Red Deer River producing superior Black Angus and North Country Cheviot seed stock as Deer River Ranching. John and Kelsey feel very blessed to be ranching full time, along with John’s family, and raising their children in this rural environment of vast, open rangelands and wonderful community.

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Structure Your Farm for a Successful Future

Environmental Goods & Services – Paying Farmers

Eric Olson

Greg Bruce & Robert Brunel

Eric Olson, Meyers Norris Penny, will look ahead to the successful farm structure in ten years. If you want to know what the structure of a farm in 2020 will look like, then you won’t want to miss Eric’s presentation at 1:00 P.M. on Thursday. Take a quantum leap and find out which strategies and structures farm operators will rely on to manage constant change and remain successful in the future.

Glyphosate Resistant Weeds - Watch out manitoba! Dr. Jeff Stachler

Glyphosate has become an integral part of crop production for many growers with extensive use in glyphosate tolerant crops and reduced tillage programs. Recently there have been increasing concerns about the development of glyphosate tolerant weeds. Dr. Jeff Stachler, NDSU, Fargo, ND will talk about this exploding problem as it affects North Dakota and what Manitoba farmers should know. Dr. Stachler is currently employed as Extension Agronomist – Sugarbeet Weed Science and Assistant Professor for North Dakota State University and University of Minnesota since May 2008. Prior to joining NDSU Dr. Stachler was Extension Weed Specialist for several years with Ohio State University.

Greg Bruce from Ducks Unlimited and Robert Brunel, President of Keystone Agriculture Producers Association will speak in Theatre #1 on Thursday p.m. about paying farmers for environmental goods and services. Greg leads DUC’s efforts to work with government, industry, and conservation partners in the development and promotion of polices that contribute to habitat conservation and restoration. Greg was part of the team that initiated DUC’s conservation easement efforts in Manitoba. Robert Brunel operates a grain and oilseeds farm in the St. Rose area of Manitoba was recently appointed as interim President of KAP. He currently chairs KAP’s young farmers committee and has worked on the Environment and Sustainable Development Committee as well.

Variable Rate Fungicides – Data From a Remote Control Plane Rejean Picard

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Variable Rate technology is gaining rapid adoption among crop producers in Manitoba. Variable Rate (VR) fertilization was the first to be adopted by growers as GPS technology has grown in popularity. VR can also be used to apply fungicides. In 2010, a project using crop cam technology (unmanned aerial vehicle) was used to determine zones where fungicides would be applied to crops according to crop growth and yield potential. Rejean Picard is the Farm Production Advisor at Somerset, MB with MAFRI and will present the results of this project in Theatre #1 on Thursday at 2:30 p.m.

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AGRISTABILITY - ‘WILL IT WORK FOR YOU WHEN YOU NEED IT?’

Making the Transition to Farming Full Time?

While many producers have a good working knowledge of AgriStability, there are many that continue to rely on others to handle their program affairs. It is critical that someone within a farm operation understands the AgriStability program. Reference margins, accrual reporting and production reporting are key indicators of program coverage. Learn how to scrutinize your program information by analyzing coverage levels and productive capacities. Dean Stoyanowski, Farm Production Advisor with MAFRI will review how you can help AgriStabillity work for You when You need it. You can hear Dean at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday in Theatre 2.

So you want to transition your life towards being a full time farmer. When is the right time to make the decision to change? What are the realities facing you and how do you face these realities so that you can make better informed decisions? How do you face these challenges and risks? Reg Shandro will look at some of the factors that would assist you in your decision making process and provide you with some “Food for Thought” to reduce the risk when you do decide to make this transition. Reg will be speaking in Farm Management session on Thursday morning at 11:15 in Theatre 2.

Dean Stoyanowski

Reg Shandro

Texas in a Lexus or in the Lodge with a Dodge: Farmers Considering Retirement Marc Sloane & Andrew DeRuyck

Texas in a Lexus or in the Lodge in a Dodge – which sounds closer to your retirement? Getting started into retirement isn’t necessarily any easier than getting started into farming except you have more money and less energy. It takes a great deal of soul searching to understand your values and philosophy and a great deal of planning prior to any action. Andrew DeRuyck and Mark Sloane manage two farming operations in Southern Manitoba and are partners in Right Choice Management Consulting. They offer support in farm management, financial management, strategic planning, and mediation services. During their talk on Thursday at 10:00 a.m. in Theatre 2, Mark and Andrew will highlight a couple members of their “Grain News Community” to illustrate two real life scenarios and the importance of cash flow planning and strategic financial planning in increasing the likelihood of success. 24

CELEBRATING THE SUCCESS OF LABASSA HOLSTEINS LTD. Manitoba’s Outstanding Young Farmers Jan & Tracy Bassa

Jan & Tracy Bassa are Manitoba’s Outstanding Young Farmers for 2010. Jan and Tracy, dairy producers from La Broquerie, Manitoba, will now go on to represent Manitoba in the national Outstanding Young Farmer event. Teamwork and planning drive this couple who farm over 2000 acres of cropland and milk about 470 cows. Jan grew up in Holland and immigrated with his family to Canada in 2001 where the family bought a dairy farm. It has been steady progress ever since and Jan clearly sees Canada as a land of opportunity. Jan and Tracy will talk about their experiences Thursday at 1:00 p.m. in Theatre #2.


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IF EVERYONE SAYS NO, WHAT HAPPENS TO OUR RURAL COMMUNITIES? Wendy Bulloch

Rural communities, like many urban communities face various issues – changing demographics, changing needs, changing jobs – what is it we need to know and do in order to achieve a large Yes? This workshop will share with those in attendance a variety of ideas, some thought provoking challenges and ideas that may lead to solutions – to consider and to put into practice. Wendy Bulloch has extensive experience working with farm and youth organizations across rural Manitoba. Wendy will speak during the SWFWN session on Thursday afternoon in Theatre 2.

WORKING TOGETHER IN RURAL COMMUNITIES Penny Burton

Penny Burton is the Economic Development Officer for RoblinCartwright Community Development Corporation and has been in post since March 2003. She is also employed as Development Officer for the Roblin-Cartwright Planning District. She is an immigrant from England and farms with her husband. Prior to moving to Cartwright, Manitoba, Penny decided to make a conscious effort to integrate into the community, not only to get to know people but also to learn how Manitobans lived and how the culture behaved. With this in mind, she embraced the challenges offered and became involved in local, regional and provincial groups and boards. Penny’s presentation will be in Theatre 2 on Thursday at 2:15 pm.

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Harold Penner

Last year people across Canada supporting the Canadian Food Grains Bank provided food to over 30 countries, helping over 2 million people. How are Manitoba farmers a part of this effort? Why would farmers in Manitoba have used 4200 acres of land in 2010 to produce food for people they don’t even know? And how important is the support the farmers get from their agri-businesses, their local input dealers and also the large corporations? You will hear about how the CFGB works, and how you too can help provide the very essence of life – food – to people in need. Harold Penner farmed for nearly 40 years and is now Regional Coordinator for CFGB. Harold will speak about the CFGB in Theatre 2 on Thursday at 2:45 pm.

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2011 bull congress Barn 3

ABH Farms & Rock’n “h” Herefords

Purebred Hereford cattle.

Carlrams Ranching Ltd.

2nd annual “moving on” bull sale Feb. 11, 2011

Downey Farms

Red, black, full blood Simmental bulls for sale.

Foxy Lady Cattle Co./Pizzey Simmentals

Manitoba Simmental Association Maple Grove Gelbvieh

Producing quality Gelbvieh male and female seed stock for sale privately.

Mar Mac Farms

Annual bull sale March 9, 2011 Simmental, Red & Black Angus. Bulls sell.

Genetic Source Bull & Female Sale

Moose Creek Red Angus

Jaymarandy

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Join us - Sale day March 14 Keystone Centre Brandon, MB.

JMB Charolais

Charolais bulls for sale at stall or farm.

KCH Charolais

Breeders of quality white & red factor Charolais.

Kenray Ranch

Quality Red & Black Angus breeding stock.

Kuntz Farms

Breeding Red Angus with muscle development, power and performance.

L & S Limousin Acres

Your source for polled performance Limousin.

Legaarden Livestock/Topview Acres Leveldale Polled Herefords

Herefords - 150 years in Canada “Come see the new Herefords”

M & J Farms

Breeders of Simmental & Angus cattle

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Exhibitors

Hear more about the Canadian Angus Rancher Endorsed Beef Program.

Est. 1972 Annual Bull Sale April 18 at the ranch. Quality black Angus cattle for sale at stall or farm.

Pizzey Simmentals/Foxy Lady Cattle Company

Registered Simmental Bulls, (black, red factor and Fleckvieh genetics)

Prairielane Farms

Prairielane Farms Ltd. 33rd Annual Bull Sale and Female Sale www.prairielaneangus.com

RSK Farms Stewart Cattle Co. Sweetland Super Six Salers

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Tri - N - Charolais Farm

Raising quality red and white Charolais in Western Manitoba

Triple J Farms

Black Angus Bull & Female Sale April 1st Whitewood Auction Mart

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INVENTORS’ SHOWCASE

2010 Awards

Inventors’ Showcase is an annual feature at Manitoba Ag Days designed to encourage the development of products that will assist in farm operations. All inventions are considered whether from individuals or companies large or small. Exhibits developed by farm operators are encouraged.

1st Inventors’ Showcase — Rodono Industries Ltd. from Clive, Alberta with their Extending Swing Auger. They received an advertising package from the Manitoba Cooperator and as well as a cash prize and plaque from Manitoba Ag Days. Pictured are Laura Rance, Manitoba Cooperator, Scott Day, Manitoba Ag Days; Paul Hepworth, Judge; Jim Grose, Rodono Ind. and Nigel Thorne, Judge.

INVENTORS’ SHOWCASE

2nd Inventors’ Showcase — Pillar Lasers Inc. of Warman, SK. who are showing their disc/hoe opener double shot single disc seeding tool. They also received an advertising package from Manitoba Cooperator and a cash prize and plaque from Manitoba Ag Days. Pictured are Laura Rance, Manitoba Cooperator; Dick Friesen, Pillar Lasers; Scott Day, Manitoba Ag Days; Blake Nestibo, Manitoba Ag Days; Paul Hepworth and Nigel Thorne, Judges.

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WESTMAN PLACE ARENA Agremote Systems Inc.

Livestock Water Recycling

Curry Industries Ltd.

One-Step Automation

■ Remote control 12 volt electric drive for conveyor swing auger. ■ Poly-fastener grain bag zipper sealer - water tight seal.

Dadido Inc.

■ A machine that allows farmers to make their own anhydrous ammonia.

■ Grain loading system controlled from Iphone complete with video monitoring.

Pillar Lasers Inc.

■ New Seeding Tool Bar and Double Shoot Disc/ Hoe Openers

Enduralite LED

Rodono Industries Ltd.

Horizon Agro Inc.

Triple Star Mfg. Ltd.

■ CSA approved LED’s for office, shop, outdoor area, feedlots and barns - WCFP award winner ■ Horizon Combine Bin Umbrella Cover

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■ Manure Treatment System for Large Livestock Operations

■ Extend-retract/swing auger attachment for unloading hopper trailers. ■ Steerable walking axles for augers.


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2011

Exhibitors

7-L Livestock Equipment Ltd.

■ Portable electric fence, reels and cable

Canada Room Hallway

■ Grain dryers, grain conveying, grain cleaning, automation controls.

Optimist Arena

■ Canada - Manitoba environmental farm planning and farm stewardship programs. Convention Hall

AAFC - Business Risk Management Programs

■ Federal gov’t program that have been designed to provide protection for different types of losses.

Convention Hall

AAFC - Communications and Consultations Branch ■ Agriculture & agroalimentaire Canada

Convention Hall

AAFC/AESB Agroforestry Division

■ Information on the prairie shelter belt program and agroforestry

Convention Hall

AAFC - Advance Payment Program

■ Federal gov’t program that provide producers with cash flow and flexibility for agriculture commodities.

Convention Hall

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Accu-Test/Redsper Enterprises Ltd.

■ Seed germination, Purity, Aphis & Vomi certified seed sales, cleaning & treating.

UCT Pavilion

Acklands Grainger Inc.

■ Industrial, safety, fasteners,welding.

Ag Centre Concourse

Adair Sales & Marketing Co. Inc.

■ Loftness grain bagging equipment, Great Plains, Land Pride

City Square Mini Arena

ADM Agri Industries Company ■ Oilseed grain marketing.

Convention Hall

Advanced Grain Systems Ltd. ■ Straw cubing systems.

Main Street

AFAB Industries Inc. ■ Post frame buildings.

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Affordable Parts

■ Agricultural Industrial Power & Safety

Westman Place Concourse

Ag Dealer Magazine

■ North American’s largest source for Canadian agricultural equipment.

Canada Room Hallway

Ag In The Classroom - School Tours ■ Ag curriculum resources

Westman Place Concourse

AAFC - (AESB)

■ Air bubble jet sprayer nozzles.

■ Grain handling, fencing, belt conveyors, bins, fans, heaters, aeration systems.

Optimist Arena

A.R.K. New-Tech Ltd.

ABJ Agri Products

Ag Growth Industries

Ag Leader Technology ■ Precision Ag

Barn 1

Ag Shield Mfg.

■ Land rollers, shielded sprayers, hay conditioners, pea augers, canola pusher.

Ag Centre Showroom AgCareers.com

■ On line job board, compensation survey and educational training and consulting

City Square Mini Arena

Ag-Chieve Corporation

■ Independent, unbiased grain marketing advice you can trust.

Main Concourse

AGCO

■ Ag tractors, combines, swathers, haying equipment.

Canada Room

Agco Corporation (Spra-Coupe)

■ Spra-Coupe, High clearance sprayers.

Ag Centre Showroom

Agremote Systems

■ Remote control swing auger, truck and trailer chute operators

Main Street

Agri-Trend Agrology Ltd. ■ Professional agricultural consultants

City Square Mini Arena

AgriCard, a Bank West Product

■ Equipment and crop input, financing, leasing and insurance.

UCT Pavilion

AgriCon Farms Ltd.

■ Hydraulic scrapers & track assembly - video, brochures, etc.

City Square Mini Arena

Agriculture In The Classroom - MB Inc.

■ Agriculture resources and programming for use in Manitoba classrooms.

Westman Place Concourse

Agri-Tel Grain Ltd.

■ Grain merchandising, soybeans, sunflowers, canary seed, canola all grades, planting, seed.

Westman Place Concourse

Agromec Industries

■ Agromec loader attachment specialists featuring silage defacer, auger buckets and more.

Hitching Ring

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M a nit o b a Ag D a ys S h o w G u ide 2 0 1 1 Agrotain International L.L.C.

■ Agrotain International stabilized nitrogen minimizes volatilization denitrification and leaching

City Square Mini Arena

Agtron Enterprises Inc.

■ Agtron manufactures and designs custom agricultural monitors and control systems.

Main Concourse

Air Liquide Canada

■ Industrial and special gases, welding equipment and supplies

Barn 1

Aladin Superior Cleaning Systems Ltd.

■ Hot high pressure washers, degreasers, disinfectants, waste oil furnace

Canada Room Hallway

Alcom Electronic Communications ■ Motorola 2 way communication equipment

Main Street

Allen Leigh Security & Communications

■ Implement cam, cow cam, farm yard security, two-way radios

Main Street

Alpine Plant Food

■ Start fertilizers, seed nutrition, foliar fertilizer, application equipment

City Square Mini Arena

Amsoil & Aggrand Liquid Organic Fertilizer

■ Synthetic oil and filtration products, liquid organic fertilizer

Barn 4

Apollo Machine & Products Ltd.

■ Grain roller mills for livestock, grain probes for sampling

Barn 1

Arysta Lifescience

■ Everest, Select, EverestGBX, Nextstep, Prepare

UCT Pavilion

Assante Ag Group

■ Tax, retirement, succession and estate planning; wealth and risk management

City Square Mini Arena

Assiniboine Community College

■ Agriculture education available on campus through community based training and via distance education

City Square Mini Arena

Association of Canadian Custom Harvesters

■ Canadian custom harvesters - looking for memberships - providing services to farmers

Barn 4

Atom Jet Industries Ltd.

■ Conservation tillage equipment and auxiliary hydraulics

Ag Centre Concourse

Auto-Ag Parts Direct

■ Agricultural and automotive supplies, pressure washer and compressor sales and service

Exhibition Hall

Avonlea Farm Sales Ltd.

■ J & M Grain carts, Summers Mfg. tillage equipment

Optimist Arena

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AWS Air Reels

■ Air reels for combines and heads

Barn 4

B & A Woods Farms Ltd.

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■ Hydraulic and electric winch for agriculture use

Convention Hall

Back to Your Roots Soil Solution

Educational information on products for agricultural gardens and environmentally friendly use

City Square Mini Arena BASF Canada

■ Crop production materials (chemicals & systems) UCT Pavilion

Batco Mfg. ■ Belt conveyors

Optimist Arena

Battlefield Equipment Rentals

■ Skid steers, compact track loaders, rentals

Manitoba Room

Bayer CropScience

■ Crop protection products and Invigor hybrid canola

UCT Pavilion

BDO Canada LLP

■ Accounting, advisory and tax services in 13 offices across Manitoba

Main Concourse

Beaver Truck Centre ■ Volvo trucks and parts

Optimist Arena

Best Environmental Technologies

■ Customer formula fertilizer, soil rejuvenation, crop germination, foliar application, trash

Westman Place Arena

Bill Klassen Auctions

■ Professional auction marketing

Westman Place Concourse Blue Moon Water Inc. Main Street

Blue-Jet Manufacturing

■ Manufacturer of fertilizer application equipment, strip till equipment and conservation tillage equipment

Barn 1

BMO Bank of Montreal ■ Banking products

UCT Pavilion

Botterill Sales

■ Salford RTS, Richiger Grain Baggers, Crustbuster Grain Carts

Barn 1

Boundary Trails Driving Academy ■ Class 1 and air licence in one week

Main Street

Bourgault Industries Ltd.

■ Air seeders, Tillage, Air Hoe Drills, Air Disk, Drills, Harrows

Manitoba Room

Bourgault Tillage Tools

■ Quality ground engaging tools for seeding, fertilizer and tillage applications

Exhibition Hall

BP Enterprises

■ Sakundiak augers - grain bins, Hawes Agro SP kits, Clutches

Westman Arena


M a nit o b a Ag D a ys S h o w G u ide 2 0 1 1 Brandon Bearing Ag & Ind. Supply Ltd.

■ Bearings, hydraulics, drive chain, belts and sleeves, industrial supply, engine rebuilding

Canada Room Hallway

Brandt Agricultural Products Ltd.

■ Augers, conveyors, grainvacs, harrows, grain carts, grain bagging equipment.

Optimist Arena

■ GPS guidance, land leveling, Ag Farm 3D, variable rate control

Barn 4

Brehon Agrisystems Inc.

■ Remote control end gate, hoist, swing auger mover, trailer chutes, full bin alarm

Westman Place Arena

■ Canola, forage, turf, native and reclamation seed, Bioboost, Pod Ceal, Vitacoat

Convention Hall

■ Full-bin super sensor and new product magnetic camera package

Ag Centre Concourse

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■ Equipment leasing

City Square Mini Arena

Can Pro Gator Centre

■ Rogator/Terragator, NH3 parts, Raven Slingshot RTK GPS

Ag Centre Showroom

Canada Malting Company Ltd.

■ Global supplier of malt to the brewing industry

Convention Hall

Canadian Agri-Blend Inc.

■ Manufacturers of premium quality, Canadian made supplement block and milk replacer

Barn 4

Canadian Canola Growers Association

■ Cash advance program for non-Board grains and agriculture policy

Westman Place Concourse

City Square Mini Arena

Canterra Seeds Ltd. ■ Pedigreed seed, canola

UCT Pavilion

■ N-Ject, N-Ject LF, Sharpshooter precision NH3 & liquid fertilizer and spraying systems.

Case IH

Calidon Financial Services

■ Agriculture real estate

Can-Seed Equipment

UCT Pavilion

Bunge Canada

Canadian Farm Realty.com

Optimist Arena

■ Agricultural services and Victory Hybrid canola.

Main Street

Main Street

■ Steel and aluminum truck bodies, hopper trailers, 5th wheel & pup end duma trailers, bale decks, auger

Cargill Limited

■ Specialized farm insurance

UCT Pavillion

Canadian Wheat Board

Barn 2

BSI Insurance Brokers

■ Financial services

Main Street

Capstan Ag Services Inc.

Brownlee Trucking Inc.

CIBC Agriculture

Canadian International Grains Institute

■ Grain processing & handling equipment

BrettYoung

Kinsmen Arena

UCT Pavilion

Cancade Co. Ltd.

Westman Place Arena

■ Bobcat loaders and Bobcat utility tractors

■ Canadian Grain Commission services to grain producers

Convention Hall

■ John Deere skid steers and mini excavators

C & C Rentals Ltd.

Canadian Grain Commission

■ Grain marketing

Brandt Tractor Ltd.

Westman Place Concourse

■ We show how farmers and agri-businesses help end world hunger

Main Street

■ Market development, customized training, technical expertise, product innovations for Canadian field crops.

Brandt Positioning Technology

■ Canola and Nexera buyer and crusher

Canadian Foodgrains Bank

■ Case IH agriculture equipment. STX Series Steiger Tractors

Canada Room

Cellular Communication Plus

■ Cellular phones and accessories, MTS high speed internet and MTS ultimate TV service

City Square Mini Arena

Century 21 West-Man.com ■ Agriculture/Farm Real Estate

Westman Place Concourse CKLQ 880/Star 94-FM ■ Radio broadcaster Main Street

Clews Palliser Cattle Oiler Mid-Canada Co. ■ Rope cattle oilers and related accessories

Ag Centre Concourse

Convey-All Industries Inc. ■ Self propelled conveyor seed tender

Ag Centre Showroom

Country Graphics & Printing Ltd. Westman Place Concourse Crary Industries

■ Harvesting equipment Crary air reel and wind system. Bin tops cyclones,GNC

Barn 2

Crawford’s West Inc.

■ Rakes, baggers, hay processing equipment

Barn 1

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M a nit o b a Ag D a ys S h o w G u ide 2 0 1 1 Cropgard Security Inc.

■ Cropgard theft deterrent /Country Graphics - trade show displays, truck decals, caution warning decals and brochures

Westman Place Concourse

■ Meridian, Behlen, Westeel, Honda, Kohler, Farm King, Grain Guard, Legend furnaces

Barn 4

■ Cummins diesel engines, Cummins emission solutions, service, parts

City Square Mini Arena

Custom Auto & Truck Accessories

■ Truck accessories, tool boxes, hitches, running boards, box covers, etc.

Convention Hall

■ Promote Nexera canola: Simplicity: and crop protection services

UCT Pavilion

Downey & Crowe Auctions Westman Place Concourse

DTN/The Progressive Farmer

■ Ag services via satellite, internet, cell phone

UCT Pavillion

Ducks Unlimited Canada ■ Conservation farm practices

Custom Tarps & Filters Inc.

■ Bruske brooms, tarp repair, new tarp fabric, complete systems/filter cleaning

Westman Place Arena

Convention Hall

Dupont Canada Inc.

■ Crop protection products and Canola Seed

UCT Pavilion

Custom Truck Sales Inc. Kenworth

■ Kenworth, Class 5,6,7 & 8 trucks with a parts display

Kinsmen Arena

■ (Quality) livestock feeding equipment, metal work benches - custom alumimum and S5 Manufacturing

Barn 3

D & F Manufacturing Ltd.

Dakota Products of Canada ■ Paint reviver and aluminum cleaner

Barn 2

Dave Ross Equipment Ltd.

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■ New drier concept - Alvan Blanch continuous flow grain driers

Barn 2

■ Reduced tillage equipment, paired row openers, straw & chaff spreaders, coulters

Dynamic Ditchers Barn 4 Edge Equipment Sales

■ Combine tarps, weigh wagons, grain bin lids - seed tenders

Barn 2

Dutch Industries Barn 1

Cypress Industries Ltd.

Dave’s Machine Shop ■ ATV Field drainage wheels

Westman Place Arena

Decker Manufacturing Ltd.

■ Decker brand biomass pressure boilers & heating equipment

Barn 4

Degelman Industries Ltd.

■ Land rollers, strawmaster, rock removal, dozer blades

Kinsmen Arena

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■ Grasshopper outfront midmount zero turn mowers

City Square Mini Arena

Edward Jones

■ Financial services

Main Street

Edwards Group

■ Keho aeration, fans & systems, Grain Guard, aeration fans and systems

Optimist Arena

Elanco Animal Health

■ Micotil, Rumensin and the component line of implants. Products to improve your profitability

City Square Mini Arena

Elias Reliabelt

■ Belt conveyors/grain handling equipment

City Square Mini Arena

Ellis Farm Supplies Ltd.

■ Certified varieties of wheat, barley, oats, flax, canola, fababeans, soybeans, grasses

Convention Hall

Elmer’s Manufacturing Ltd.

dekoning Innovations Barn 1

■ Grain carts, harrows, transports, headers

Delmar Commodities Ltd.

■ Grain marketing - Suppliers of feed grains - Agents for the Canadian Wheat Board Main Street

Dimo’s/Labtronics

■ Model 919 moisture testers. Grain scales, probes, sieves, test weight equipment

Westman Place Concourse

■ Seed testing services

City Square Mini Arena

■ Farm real estate & commercial auction company

Cummins Western Canada

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■ New, remanufactured and used tractor parts. New combine parts

Dow AgroSciences Canada Inc.

Cudmore Bros.

Discovery Seed Labs

Double R Farm Equipment Ltd.

Westman Place Concourse

Barn 1

EMB Mfg. Inc. (Wallenstein & Baumalight )

■ Backhoes, wood splitters, wood chippers, tree spades, stump grinders, PTO generators, manure spreaders

Hitching Ring

EMD Crop BioScience

■ Inoculants & crop enhancement technologies: Optimize, Soil Implant, Nitrastik, Cell-Tech

Convention Hall

Emerson Milling Inc. ■ Oat milling

Ag Centre Concourse


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Equipment Technologies/Apache Sprayers ■ Apache sprayers.

Ag Centre Showroom Ezee-On Manufacturing Ltd.

■ Air drills, air seeder carts, tandem & offset discs.

Manitoba Room

Faculty of Agricultural & Food Sciences, U of M ■ Agricultural education and career opportunities

Convention Hall

Faithlife Financial

■ Christian based financial service, insurance and investment. Not for profit

Main Street

Farm Auction Guide.Com

■ Internet’s largest farm auctions and classified website

Westman Place Concourse

Farm Business Communications (Manitoba Co-operator)

■ Canada’s largest agricultural publisher - both in print and online

Convention Hall

Farm Credit Canada

■ FCC provides financing, insurance, software and learning for Canadian agriculture.

UCT Pavilion

Farmers Edge

■ Variable rate technology, scouting, manure management, soil sampling, carbon

City Square Mini Arena

Farmers of North America

■ Crop protection chemicals, fertilizer, equipment, GPS systems, grain marketing, farm business management

City Square Mini Arena

Farmland Specialty Products

■ Ground openers, seed boots, disk & furrow levelers

City Square Mini Arena

Farmlink Marketing Solutions

■ Full service marketing consulting firm offering a comprehensive range of services.

City Square Mini Arena

Farmtronics Ltd.

■ GPS Guidance Systems, sprayer controls, weather stations, gauges, shut down systems, grain testing, hay testing, shaft monitors.

City Square Mini Arena

Farrell Agencies Ltd.

■ Insurance brokerage specializing in ag and commercial ag products

UCT Pavilion

FBC (Farm Business Consultants)

■ FBC membership and literature - taxation specialists

Westman Place Concourse

Federated Co-op

■ Building materials, crop protection, bins, seeds, farm buildings

UCT Pavilion

Federated Co-operatives Ltd.

■ Bulk propane sales c/w propane equipment. Bulk fuels - gasoline/diesel c/w equipment

Barn 4

Feed-Rite

■ We offer a complete line of livestock feeds and supplements

Canada Room Hallway

Firetak Manufacturing Ltd.

■ Fire*Breaker, Quick Erect shelter, portable tanks, secondary containment berms

Westman Place Arena

Flaman Sales Ltd.

■ Grain handling, storage and cleaning, rentals, field equipment.

Kinsmen Arena

Flax Council of Canada ■ Flax and flax products

Convention Hall

Flexxifinger QD Industries Inc.

■ Line of unique crop lifters using patented quick attach system

City Square Mini Arena

Food Development Centre

■ The Food Development Centre assists the agri-food industry to develop new products

Main Concourse

Fort Garry Industries Ltd.

■ Lode King Super “B” grain bulkers

Kinsmen Arena

Fountain Tire

■ Tires and automotive service

City Square Mini Arena

FP Genetics

■ Pedigreed seed, certified canola seed

Westman Place Concourse Fraser Ag Services Ltd. Convention Hall

Fraser Auction Service Ltd./Killarney Auction Mart Ltd.

■ Complete full service auction sale company. Equipment, livestock and real estate sales

Ag Centre Concourse

Free Form Plastic Products

■ Liquid tanks, tank stands, low profile tanks, liquid carts, liquid storage systems, swath roll

Manitoba Room

Freightliner Manitoba Ltd

■ New & Used Truck Sales, parts & service

Kinsmen Arena

Frontier Power Products ■ Diesel engines, generators and pumps

Barn 1

G & I Agri-Marketing Ltd. ■ Poly Sleds

Barn 2

Gaber Distributors

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■ Dutch Industries Seed & Fertilizer Knives, Pommier aluminum spray booms, Gaber tillage tools

Barn 1

Gallagher

■ Electric fencing, weigh scales, RFID technology products

City Square Mini Arena

Garratt Industries Ltd.

■ Grain & seed cleaning & processing equipment

Barn 1

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M a nit o b a Ag D a ys S h o w G u ide 2 0 1 1 Gatco Manufacturing Inc.

■ Perforated metal tubes suspended in granaries for powerless aeration

Barn 2

Genex Cooperative Inc.

■ Beef and dairy livestock genetics, AI products and supplies

Barn 3

Westman Place Arena

■ Buyer and marketer of dry edible beans, sunflowers and buckwheat

City Square Mini Arena

Westman Place Arena

Highline Mfg. Ltd. Kinsmen Arena

■ Tow ropes, tow straps, gloves, driveway alarms, ratelot straps

Barn 1

HiHog Farm & Ranch Equipment Ltd.

■ Manufacturer of livestock handling equipment

City Square Mini Arena

Golden West Radio

■ Manitoba’s authoritative agricultural voice!

HiQual Engineered Structures

Main Street

■ Fabric covered buildings, livestock handling equipment

Exhibition Hall

Goodon Industries Ltd. ■ Post - frame buildings

Hitrac

Ag Centre Concourse

Graham Seed Treating Systems Ltd.

■ Seed treating equipment for both producers and commercial seed growers

City Square Mini Arena

■ Case construction equipment dealer, sales, parts & service

Barn 4

HomeLife Home Professional Realty Inc. ■ Real estate - farms

Canada Room Hallway

Grain Bags Canada ■ Grain baggers & extractors

Homestead Aerial Photo

■ Aerial photos dating back to the 1950’s of Manitoba homesteads

Westman Place Arena

Grain Vac Services

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■ Grain Vac sales, service, repairs and pneumatic blower and air lock repair

Ag Centre Concourse

H & L Motors

■ Kuhn, Landini, McCormick

Kinsmen Arena

Hansen Tank Sales

■ 400 gallon sprayer tanks for 3000 series Spra-Coupe sprayers

Barn 2

Westman Place Concourse

HoneyBee Mfg. Ltd. ■ Harvesting equipment

Ag Centre Showroom

Horizon Agro Inc. ■ Seed sales, grain buyer

Westman Place Concourse

Horsch Anderson, LLC ■ Air seeders. Tillage tools

City Square Mini Arena

Ag Centre Showroom

Harvest Salvage Co. Ltd.

■ Used and new combine and tractor parts

Ag Centre Concourse

Hawes Agro Ltd.

■ Hawes Agro auger movers, electric clutches, gas engines, and reversable gearboxes

Westman Place Arena

Haybuster/DuraTech Industries

■ Balebuster, rock picker, tub grinder, vertical mixer, all-purpose drills

Ag Centre Showroom

Heartland Livestock Services ■ Livestock marketing centre

Main Street

■ Outdoor/indoor wood/coal stoves, hydronic heating equipment

Barn 2

■ Snow removal, skid steers, lawn equipment, excavators, loaders, attachments

■ “New” CFR 1250 complete feed ration cattle feeder

GNG Distributors Ltd.

Heat Innovations Inc.

Hepburn Enterprises

■ Farm equipment - Claas, Brandt, Buhler, Kioti, Ezee-On

Global Grain Canada Ltd.

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Barn 2

Hepson Equipment Inc.

■ Manure handling & yard care

■ Field sprayers

■ Portage and Main outdoor water furnaces and accessories

Barn 2

Glenmor Grain Systems Ltd.

Hardi North America Inc.

Heat Smart Plus WC

Horst Welding

■ HLA loader attachments, tube-line bale feeder, Frey loader

Hitching Ring

Hotsy Central

■ Hotsy high pressure washers, accessories, pumps & detergents

City Square Mini Arena Husky Energy

■ Grain purchasing and distillers grain sales

Canada Room Hallway Hyland Seeds

■ Seed - corn, soybeans, edible beans

UCT Pavilion

Hypro-Shurflo

■ Agricultural pumps, spray tips and accessories

Ag Centre Concourse Ideal Pipe

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■ Manufacturers and distributors of quality drainage tubing and culverts

Exhibition Hall


M a nit o b a Ag D a ys S h o w G u ide 2 0 1 1 Imperial Seed

■ Forage and turf seed production, contracts and processing

City Square Mini Arena

Interlake Resources Inc.

■ Bosch and Hella agricultural products

Landmark Feeds City Square Mini Arena

Ag Centre Concourse

■ Financial planning and farm succession planning

City Square Mini Arena

James Farms Ltd. ■ Pedigreed seed production

Westman Place Concourse

Janzen’s Paint & Decorating Ltd.

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■ Paint sprayer equipment, industrial paint coatings, specialty coatings

City Square Mini Arena

Jet Funny Truck Barn 4

■ Tires

City Square Mini Arena

Kal Tire

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■ Offering 24 hr. service, farm tires, retreading, mechanical and OTR

Barn 2

■ Refueling equipment, oil dispensing equipment, farm tank equipment

City Square Mini Arena

■ Solar water pumps, dugout aeration systems

Keystone Agricultural Producers ■ The voice of Manitoba farmers

UCT Pavilion

■ Buyers and processors - flax, sunflowers, feed wheat, red & white millet

Convention Hall

KNR Ag Sales & Service

■ RTK, GPS, DitchPro, Lasers, Auto-Boom & Auto-Rate Controls, Ferris

Westman Place Arena

Koenders Mfg. 1997 Ltd.

■ Recreational sleds, feed carts, custom rotational molding

Barn 2

Kubota Canada Ltd.

■ Lawn & Garden, Compact & Utility Farm Tractors, Construction Equipment

L & B Friesen Ltd.

■ L & B Friesen used grain trucks

Hitching Ring

Ag Centre Concourse

Len’s Alternative Parts & Service ■ RV parts, hitches, generators, truck accessories

Canada Room Hallway

Barn 2

Lewis Cattle Oiler Co. Ltd.

■ Lewis cattle oilers, mineral feeders, automatic drape oilers, RFID tags

Ag Centre Concourse

Lincoln Electric City Square Mini Arena Linde Canada

■ Welding gas, supplies - helmets, MIG machine, CNC plasma table, plasma cutting

Linear Grain Inc.

■ Buyers of corn, oats, soybeans, barley, sunflowers, rye, beans

Louis Dreyfus Canada Ltd.

■ Promote new canola crushing plant in Yorkton, commodity service

Convention Hall

Keystone Grain Ltd.

Kinsmen Arena

■ Yamaha, Michelin, BFG farm tires. Trench wheels - distributor.

Lode King Industries Kinsmen Arena

Exhibition Hall

■ Hay tools, TMR mixers, manure spreaders, tillage tools, balers, bale wrappers

Legault Tire (1993) Ltd.

Convention Hall

Kelln Solar

Kuhn North America

Westman Place Concourse

Barn 2

Keller Equipment Supply Ltd.

Kinsmen Arena

■ Farm and ranch properties for sale in Saskatchewan and Manitoba

■ Pen scrapers, dozer blades, loaders, manure spreaders, landscrapers, rearblades, Lamrod miniskids

■ John Deere farm, commercial, lawn & garden, and recreational equipment

K. K. Penner & Tire

Lane Realty Corp.

Leon’s Mfg. Company Inc.

John Deere Dealers Ag Centre Showroom

■ Remote truck chute opener, remote air hoist control, remote throttle/ PTO control

Barn 4

Investors Group Financial Services

Lakeshore Manufacturing

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MacArthur Truck & Trailer ■ Trailers - Doepker, Trucks - Volvo

Optimist Arena

MacDon Industries Ltd. ■ Harvesting equipment

Ag Centre Showroom

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MAD Concaves (Skayman Welding)

■ Specialty concaves for harvesting equipment-Case IH combines

Canada Room Hallway

MAFRI - Agricultural Sustainability Initiative ■ Information on environmental programs for producers

Main Concourse

MAFRI - Agro Woodlot Program

■ Woodlot management planning and small scale forestry business development

Main Concourse

MAFRI - ARDI Agri-Food Research ■ Development Initiative

City Square Mini Arena

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M a nit o b a Ag D a ys S h o w G u ide 2 0 1 1 MAFRI - Food Safety Program

■ Funding for food safety, traceability, biosecurity, resources, training, technical support

Canada Room Hallway

MAFRI - MB Labour & Immigration/MB Hydro

■ Information on the latest farm safety initiatives and resources

Westman Place Arena

Maintenance Welding Products ■ Welding, industrial and safety supplies

Ag Centre Concourse

Mandako Agri. Marketing Ltd.

■ Grain cart, land roller, swath roller, 3 point hitches

Kinsmen Arena

Manitoba Agricultural Services Corporation (MASC) ■ Lending and insurance - Building a strong rural Manitoba

UCT Pavilion

Manitoba Agriculture, Food & Rural Initiative ■ MAFRI - program and services

UCT Pavilion

Manitoba Agriculture, Food & Rural Initiatives

■ Farm management - International trade. Knowledge Management

UCT Pavilion

Manitoba Angus Association Barn 3 Manitoba Bison Association

■ Association representing bison producers.

Barn 2

Manitoba Buckwheat Growers Association Inc. ■ Non profit farmer organization based in Manitoba

Main Street

Manitoba Canola Growers Association

■ A member organization committed to maximizing net income from canola

Westman Place Concourse

Manitoba Cattle Producers Association

■ Industry information. MCPA and CCIA staff will be on hand answering questions

Main Concourse

Manitoba Conservation Districts Association (MCDA) ■ MCDA represents the 18 Conservation Districts across Manitoba

Westman Place Concourse

Manitoba Conservation Wildlife

■ Predator and problem wildlife management information for livestock industry

Ag Centre Concourse

Manitoba Farmlife

■ Western Canada’s farm equipment buying source

Westman Place Concourse

Manitoba Forage Council

■ Representing Manitoba forage producers,marketers, processors & industry

Convention Hall

Manitoba Habitat Heritage Corporation ■ Conservation programs for producers

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Main Concourse

Manitoba Harvest Hemp Foods & Oils

■ Largest vertically-integrated hemp food manufacturer

Ag Centre Concourse

Manitoba Institute of Agrologists ■ Association of Professional Agrologists

Main Street

Manitoba New Holland Dealers Association ■ Crop production specialists

Canada Room

Manitoba New Holland Dealers Association ■ Ag equipment dealers

Ag Centre Concourse

The Manitoba Organic Alliance

■ Representing the organic sector and organic value chain in Manitoba.

Exhibition Hall

Manitoba Pulse Growers Association

■ Not for profit organization representing pulse growers

Convention Hall

Manitoba Rural Adaptation Council

■ MRAC distributes federal funding for innovative agricultural projects

Main Street

Manitoba Seed Growers Association ■ Information regarding pedigreed seed

UCT Pavilion

Manitoba Simmental Association Barn 3 Manitoba - Water Stewardship

■ Water control works licensing (drainage & dams)

Main Street

Manitoba Weed Supervisor Association

■ Noxious weed act information and invasive weed identification

City Square Mini Arena

Manitoba Zero Tillage Research Association ■ Applied zero till research

Convention Hall

Manitoba’s Credit Unions ■ Financial Institutions.

UCT Pavilion

Maple Leaf Foods

■ Hog and feed grain procurement

Convention Hall

Maple Leaf Agri-Farms Inc.

■ For the procurement of local grain to make feed

Convention Hall

Mar-Dee Enterprises

■ Petro-Canada fuel & lubricants, full line of farm products, Flaman rentals dealer

Exhibition Hall

Maxim Truck & Trailer

■ New International trucks, new Great Dane/Timpte/East/Arne’s trailers, all make used trucks & trailers, parts & rentals

Optimist Arena

Max-Quip

■ Fertilizer application equipment and control systems

City Square Mini Arena


M a nit o b a Ag D a ys S h o w G u ide 2 0 1 1 McDiarmid Lumber Ltd. ■ Post frame buildings. RTM

Barn 2

McMunn & Yates Building Supplies ■ Agricultural buildings, building materials

City Square Mini Arena

McTavish Steel Works Ltd. ■ Commercial work benches

Exhibition Hall

Meridian Manufacturing Group

■ Hopper bottom bins, double wall fuel tanks, seed tenders

Ag Centre Concourse

Meyers Norris Penny LLP

■ Farm management services: succession planning, taxation, agribusiness, business planning, agristability

Westman Place Concourse

Michelin North America ■ Agriculture tires

City Square Mini Arena Michel’s Industries

■ Electric combine covers, under semi trailer hopper augers, tarping systems

Barn 2

Mid-Plains Implements Ltd.

■ Cadman nutrient management and irrigation systems Lindsay Zimnatic irrigation systems Main Street

MillcoSteel Ltd.

■ Trailers, steel mfg. trailer parts, repairs, inspections, sandblasting, speciality welding.

Canada Room Hallway

Miller-St. Nazianz, Inc.

■ Manufacturer of Self-Propelled Sprayers with liquid and liquid/Air-Assist booms

Ag Centre Showroom

Milligan Bio-Tech Inc.

■ Diesel fuel conditioner, penetrating oil, road dust suppressant, bio-diesel

Barn 4

Mission Terminal Inc.

■ Grain handling, grain marketing

Westman Place Concourse

MoleHill Destroyer Kam Inc.

■ Level mole, golfer and badger hills on your hay and pasture land

Barn 4

Monsanto Canada Inc.

■ Roundup branded herbicides, Roundup Ready technology, Dekalb seeds

UCT Pavilion

Morris Industries Ltd.

■ Contour drill, air drills, air carts, tillage, hay hauling equipment

Manitoba Room

Munro Farm Supplies Kinsmen Arena Murray Chevrolet Cadillac Buick GMC ■ Trucks - HD & Light duty

Kinsmen Arena

National Leasing ■ Financial services

Main Concourse

Nature Conservancy of Canada ■ Conservation programs for land owners

Main Concourse

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Nestibo Agra Inc.

■ Buyers, processors, sellers of sunflowers and other special crops

Westman Place Concourse

Never Spill Spout ■ Full bin alarm

Exhibition Hall

Newton Enterprises

■ General contractor: Agricultural, commercial, residential turn-key construction services

Westman Place Concourse

Norac Systems Inc.

■ Sprayer height controllers and weighing equipment

Barn 2

Norbert’s Manufacturing

■ Flatdeck, stock, horse, utility, enclosed, dump and 53 ft. ground load trailers

Hitching Ring

Norstar Industries

■ Bin unloading equipment, commercial sweeps, bucket elevators

Ag Centre Concourse

Northstar Genetics ■ Soybean seed

Canada Room Hallway Northstar Seed

■ Forage, corn & lawn seed

UCT Pavilion

Northstar Spraying Systems ■ John Deere high clearance sprayers

Ag Centre Showroom

Notre Dame Used Oil

■ Used oil, oil filters, oil containers and batteries recycling

Westman Place Concourse Novid Inc.

■ Manufacturers of stainless steel liquid fertilizer storage tanks

Westman Place Concourse

Novozymes Biologicals

■ JumpStart, TagTeam, N-Prove

UCT Pavilion

Ocean Trailer

■ Wilson trailers (Hoppers)

Kinsmen Arena

Omex Agriculture Inc.

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■ Manufacturers and distributors of seed, soil and plant nutrition products

City Square Mini Arena

One-Step Automation

■ Automated electrical control systems for grain handling and processing

Barn 2

Organic Producers Association of MB (OPAM) ■ Organic certification service.

City Square Mini Arena

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M a nit o b a Ag D a ys S h o w G u ide 2 0 1 1 Outback Guidance, Hemisphere GPS ■ GPS technology

Ag Centre Concourse

Parrish & Heimbecker Ltd.

■ Grain merchants, seed and farm supplies

Convention Hall

Paterson Grain

■ Grain handling & marketing

Convention Hall

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Canada Room Hallway

Prairie Mobile Communications ■ Two-way radio, sales & service

■ Production, promotion and advocacy of all aspects of the oat industry

Manitoba Room

Main Street

Penergetic Canada

■ Input products for crop production (soil & plant, compost, slurry, animals and water)

Exhibition Hall

Prairie Scale

■ Livestock and agriculture scales

Exhibition Hall

Prairie Steel Products Ltd.

■ Manufacturing grain bins, hoppers, aeration

Penner Farm Services

Barn 2

■ Grain bins, Grain handling

Barn 4

Prairie Sun Seeds

Penno’s Machining & Mfg. Ltd.

■ Rebuilt concaves & table augers, combine and tractor parts, machine shop services

Canada Room Hallway

■ Sunflower processor, planter parts distribution

Convention Hall

Prairie Truss

■ Trusses for farm, commercial and residential buildings

Canada Room Hallway

Peterbilt Manitoba Ltd. Westman Place Arena

Praxair Distribution Inc.

Optimist Arena

Pickseed Canada Inc.

■ Forage and hybrid corn seed

Convention Hall

Pioneer Hi-Bred Ltd.

■ Seed: Canola, corn, alfalfa, sunflower

Convention Hall

Points West Marketing Ltd.

■ Manufacturers, representatives and distributors of standard and custom components to agricultural industry

Main Street

Polaris Leasing Ltd. ■ Equipment leasing

Barn 2

Polywest Ltd.

■ Tanks, fertilizer caddies, pumps, chem managers, sprayer parts, BVC

Exhibition Hall

Positioning & Autosteer Technologies Inc. ■ Precision agriculture GPS and Laser equipment

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Prairie Lane Farms Barn 3

Prairie Oat Growers Association Inc.

■ Hopper cone

City Square Mini Arena

■ Micronutrient fertilizers - granular and water soluble

Main Street

Convention Hall

Peloquin Welding Ltd.

■ Bale accumulator, bale grabs

PowerRich Corporation

Canada Room Hallway

Ag Centre Concourse

Phiber Manufacturing Inc.

Westman Place Concourse

■ Liquid feed products

■ Liquid fertilizer application equipment

■ The grain pump guy

■ Boundary lubricants, fuel lubricants and high temperature extreme pressure, grease

Prairie Liquid Feeds

Pattison Liquid Systems

Pedersen’s Field Services

Power Up Lubricants

■ Industrial gases, Mig, Stick, Tig, plasma cutting/welding equipment, robotics, dry ice

Ag Centre Concourse

Precision Farm Parts Inc.

■ Combine cylinders, beaters, concaves, feeder chains, lights

Hitching Ring

Precision Planting Parts - Fraser Ag Services Convention Hall Precision Trailers ■ Trailers

Exhibition Hall Premier Tech Biotechnologies Ltd. ■ Mycorrhizal fungi for improved plant and root mass

City Square Mini Arena

Pritchard Diesel

■ Diesel engines and custom build diesel generators and power units

City Square Mini Arena

Professional Transport Driver Training School

■ Professional transport driver training - Class 1 Ltd. driver training

Westman Place Concourse Provincial Helicopters

■ Aerial spraying all over Canada Main Street


M a nit o b a Ag D a ys S h o w G u ide 2 0 1 1 Pumps and Pressure Inc.

■ Pressure washers, pumps, air compressors, cleaning equipment & chemicals, service

Canada Room Hallway

Quarry Seed Ltd.

■ Seed, grain marketing, agronomics

Westman Place Concourse

R & H Farms

■ H.I. D. lighting options/lubeview, hubcaps

Westman Place Arena

Raczynski Sales

Q R

■ Ultra-cart remote swing-auger mover & grain vac hose

Exhibition Hall

Ralph McKay Industries

■ Tillage tools, crop lifters, coulters,openers

City Square Mini Arena

Ranchers Welding Ltd.

■ Creep feeder, bale feeder, corral panel, gates, feed troughs

Exhibition Hall

Raven Industries Canada ■ Precision agriculture products

Barn 2

RBC Royal Bank

■ Complete financial services

UCT Pavilion

Real Industries 2003 Ltd.

■ Full range of livestock handling equipment and livestock trailers

Exhibition Hall

Redekop Manufacturing

■ Redekop MAV (maximum air velocity) fine cut straw choppers

Optimist Arena

Redfern Farm Services Ltd.

■ Fertilizer, crop protection, seed, consulting, agronomy, custom application, fuel, lubricants

UCT Pavilion

Reimer Overhead Doors Ltd.

■ Sales, service & installation for commercial, agricultural & residential overhead garage doors, and operators

Barn 1

Rem Enterprises Inc.

■ Rem Grain Vac 2700 & model 3700, featuring diesel powered machines

Kinsmen Arena

Renn Mill CentRE Inc

■ Renn, roller mills, grain bagger unloaders

Barn 1

Richardson International Ltd. ■ Agra business

Convention Hall

Ridge Road Welding Inc.

■ Cattle equipment, hay trailers, self supporting panels, wind break panels, bale feeders

Hitching Ring

Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers

■ Conducting 100% unreserved farm and real estate auctions

Barn 4

Riteway Mfg. Co. Ltd. ■ Land roller, harrow

Barn 1

Robin Farm Equipment Inc. ■ JF forage harvester - large pull type

Optimist Arena

Rodono Industries Ltd

■ Straw chopper rotors and knife kits, PTO speed reducer gear box

Westman Place Concourse

Ronald G. Becker Sales Ltd. ■ Fertilizer and feeds

Westman Place Concourse Rosetown Flighting Supply ■ Replacement auger flighting

Ag Centre Concourse

Ross Taylor Auction Service

■ Auction sales - farm, antique, commercial, livestock

Main Concourse

Rostech Electronics

■ Wireless barn cameras, security and trailer cameras

Barn 2

Roto Shear

■ Vertical crop cutter - mounts on the divider board of swather

Canada Room Hallway

Roy Legumex Inc.

■ Peas, beans, lentils, sunflowers, flax & other special crops

Main Concourse

Royal LePage/Martin-Liberty Realty

■ Real Estate service - agriculture, residential, commercial, recreational

Convention Hall

Rural Route Videos ■ Video production service

Main Concourse

Sabourin Seed Service Ltd. ■ See Roy Legumex Inc.

Main Concourse

Salford Farm Machinery

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■ Manufacturer of the RTS coulter cultivator; 520 Maverick Air Disk Drill and a full line of tillage equipment

Barn 1

Saskcan Pulse Trading - Parent Division

■ Seeds, agronomic services, grower contracting of pulses and special crops

Convention Hall

Schulte Industries

■ Rotary cutters, rock removal. Snow blowers

Kinsmen Arena

SeCan

■ Genes that fit your farm

UCT Pavilion

Seed Hawk Inc. ■ Zero Till Air Drill

Manitoba Room

Seed Master By Straw Track

■ Seed Master drill, seed/fertilizer, tanks, UltraPro Canola Meter

Manitoba Room

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M a nit o b a Ag D a ys S h o w G u ide 2 0 1 1 Seed-Ex Inc.

■ Malt barley, soybeans, sunflowers, oats, feedgrains, soymeal, DDG’s, canola

Convention Hall

Seeds 2000, Inc.

■ Canada’s # 1 sunflower seed source

Canada Room Hallway

Sentinel Building Systems ■ Farm Buildings

Exhibition Hall

Setter Manufacturing Division

■ GPS equipment, ag. electronic monitors, sprayer parts, pumps, spot sprayers, EnviroSlip fuel

Optimist Arena

Shur-Gro Farm Services/Munro Farm Supplies ■ Crop supplies

Kinsmen Arena Silver Accent Trailers & Mfg.

■ Trailer manufacturing, trailer repairs, sales of trailer parts

Barn 4

Silver Stream Shelters ■ Biotech shelters

Ag Centre Concourse Smart-Till

■ Manufacturer of soil aeration and conservation tillage tools

Barn 1

Solar West

■ Quality solar powered watering systems built to meet your needs

City Square Mini Arena

Southwest Geothermal

■ Econar geothermal heat pump

Westman Place Concourse

Sovema Canada Ltd.

■ Rotary tillers, flail mowers, hay rakes, brush cutters, box blades

Exhibition Hall

Spence Distributors

■ Metal working, machinery and machine tools, tool grinding service

Canada Room Hallway

SprayTest Controls Inc.

■ Spray test remote boom control. remote start & auger swing

Ag Centre Concourse

Steads Farm Supply

■ Homeopathic and organic products, books, liquid feed, sleds, twine, netwrap

Barn 2

Steel Tech Inc.

■ Multi fuel outdoor wood furnaces. Indoor multi fuel stoves

Barn 1

Steinbach Credit Union

■ Taking care of the world’s most important money - Yours!’

Westman Place Concourse

Sterling Truck & Trailer Sales Ltd.

■ Authorized dealer for EBY horse, cattle and hog livestock trailers

Barn 4

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Steve’s Livestock Transport ■ Transportation of livestock

Barn 1

Stewart Steel Inc. ■ Combine parts

Ag Centre Concourse

Summers Mfg. Co.

■ Chisel plow, vertical tillage, sprayers

Manitoba Room

Sundog Solar

■ Solar pumps, solar aeration, solar thermal heating, water pipe lines, portable pumping

Barn 4

Sunopta Grains & Foods Group

■ Soybean, food grade buyer and organic grains

Ag Centre Concourse

Sunrise Credit Union Ltd.

■ Sunrise Credit Union - Building A Brighter Future Together

Main Street

Superior Agri-Systems Ltd.

■ Bucket elevators, conveyors, scales, blower systems, Sales, service and installation

Ag Centre Concourse

Superior Propane

■ Propane & propane related products

Barn 4

Superior Technologies Weighing & Controls Inc. ■ Industrial, livestock and retail scales & process control

City Square Mini Arena

Syngenta Crop Protection Inc.

■ Broadband, Astound, Pulsar, Axial, Horizon, Touchdown Total, Helix Xtra, Matador, & Quilt, Traxos

UCT Pavilion

Taurus Technology

■ Agronomic support - Tiger-Sol; ESN; UAP; A&L labs; FB Sciences; UltraYield

Barn 1

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TD Canada Trust - Agricultural Services

■ Farm financing for land, buildings, equipment, quota, livestock or to improve your cash flow, or to expand your operation

UCT Pavilion

Technotill

■ Technotill seeding system; Narrow opener, skid plate packer & sideband

Optimist Arena

Terramax ■ Seed

Convention Hall

The Air Seeder Hopper

■ Plastic hopper that mounts on loading augers of air seeder to accommodate semi trailers

Exhibition Hall

The Water Clinic

■ Water purification, water softeners, chlorination

Barn 2

The Western Producer

■ Canada’s largest weekly farm and ranch newspaper

Ag Centre Concourse Tocona Ent.

■ Grain trailer, farm box, gravel box

Barn 2


M a nit o b a Ag D a ys S h o w G u ide 2 0 1 1 Toromont Cat

V-Bins.com (formerly Vidir Morris Inc.)

■ Challenger, Cat, Lexion

■ Premium grain, fertilizer and feed hopper bottom storage bins

Manitoba Room

Canada Room Hallway

Toromont Cat Power Systems

■ Generating sets, automatic transfer switches, controls, engines (diesel & natural gas)

Manitoba Room Barn 2

Manitoba Room

Tridekon

■ Televeyor - grain handling, Cropsavers - spraying equipment and crop production

Barn 1

■ Precision equipment, guidance, mapping and boom shut-off

Ag Centre Concourse

■ Crop inputs, grain marketing, and food processing

■ Auger steering kit

UCT Pavilion

Exhibition Hall

Viterra Oat Processing

Tri-Star Farm Service

■ Purchasing milling quality oats

■ Distributor of Crustbuster grain carts. seed tenders and box drills, supplier for Kinze grain carts and planters

Barn 4

UCT Pavilion

Voth Systems/Axis Farms ■ Grain dryers, storage, and handling

Optimist Arena

Truck Pro

■ Truck & trailer parts

WADO PESAI PCDF CMCDC

Barn 2

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■ Applied ag research for Manitoba farmers

Westman Place Concourse

Walinga Inc.

■ Pneumatic conveyors

Barn 3

Twister Pipe Optimist Arena United Agri Products ■ Crop input products

UCT Pavilion

United Livestock Systems

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■ Harvestore feed storage structures. Slurrystore positive containment manure storage

Barn 1

Valley Agro Services

■ Design & build complete grain and feed handling systems. Flat & hopper bins, legs, towers, conveyors, dryers

Hitching Ring

Valmar Airflo Inc.

■ Pneumatic granular applicators for fertilizers, herbicide, seed, inoculants, forage preservatives

Ag Centre Showroom Van L Equipment

■ McCormick, JF, Luck Now

Optimist Arena

Vandaele Seeds

■ Generic ag chemicals, seed, grain buying

Westman Place Concourse

Vanderveen Commodity Services Ltd. ■ Licensed & bonded grain buyers

Main Street

■ Full service financial institution - wealth management, insurance, lending and more

Main Street

Vince Heaman Hemisphere GPS Viterra

Triple Star Mfg. Ltd.

Vanguard Credit Union

Ag Centre Concourse

■ Tractors, grain augers,loaders, bale carriers, sprayers, compact implements

■ Truck & trailer parts

■ Cattle handling equipment

■ Equalizer drum for canola swathing. Belly mount for swathing canola

Versatile ( Buhler)

Traction Heavy Duty Parts

Tuff Livestock Equipment

Vern’s Custom Agro Ltd.

Exhibition Hall

Wall Grain Handling Systems Ltd. ■ Grain bins, grain dryers, service, repair

Ag Centre Concourse Washex

■ Pressure wash equipment and accessories

Westman Place Concourse

Waterhouse Seeds

■ Farmer direct grasses, alfalfa

Ag Centre Concourse

Waterous Power Systems

■ MTU, Detroit Diesel, MTU onsite energy, Allison transmission

Canada Room Hallway

Weed Identification ■ Weed identification booth

City Square Mini Arena

Welders Supplies Ltd.

■ Sales and service of welding & cutting equipment & accessories

City Square Mini Arena

Wentworth Ag (2003) Ltd. ■ Grain bins, augers, temperature cables

Barn 2

Wesley Industrial Machine

■ Diesel/gas engine rebuilding, machining, balancing, driveshafts, hydraulic cylinders

Main Street

Westeel Ltd.

■ Grain & petroleum storage, hopper cones unloading equipment and fertilizer storage

Optimist Arena

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M a nit o b a Ag D a ys S h o w G u ide 2 0 1 1 Western Ag Labs

■ Crop nutrition planning using the PRS probe and nutrient forecaster

Ag Centre Concourse

Western Feed Grain Development Co-op Ltd.

■ Developing feed wheat for ethanol production and livestock feed

Ag Centre Concourse

Western Financial Group

Western Grain Dryer Inc.

■ Farm insurance and financial services Westman Place Concourse ■ Manufacture and service grain dryers

Optimist Arena

Wilger Industries Ltd.

■ Field crop sprayer nozzles, attachments, and accessories

Ag Centre Concourse

City Square Mini Arena

Wilke Sales

■ Poly skids for combines & swathers, Auger ware shoes

Western Steel & Tube Ltd. ■ Galvanized steel storage solutions

Ag Centre Concourse

Barn 1

Willwood Industries

Western Turbo & Fuel Injection Ltd.

■ Diesel engine parts, service, performance products and maintenance help

Barn 4

Winkler Canvas Ltd. Canada Room Hallway

■ Grain augers, grain handling equipment

Wizer Buildings

Optimist Arena

■ Pole and stud frame buildings

Canada Room Hallway

Westoba Credit Union

■ Your full-service financial institution with 22 locations to meet your needs

Ag Centre Concourse

Young’s Equipment Inc.

MODEL 919™ MOISTURE TESTER

Shown with 500g x 0.1g digital scale and NEW Storage/Transport Case. NEW: Custom case fits any Model 919™...new or old. Install & use tester inside case along with any digital scale. Protects tester when not in use and allows for easy transport. Made of durable ABS plastic with secure places for cell & dump tubs. Show Special!!

TEST WEIGHT EQUIP.

New ABS Reg Cox Funnel, 0.5 L measure & strike off stick. Show special.

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■ Livestock feeding equipment and grain bagging equipment

City Square Mini Arena

SEE US AT BOOTH #’S 113 9-1140 WESTM AN PLA CE CONCO URSE

THERMOMETERS

Replacement glass, infra-red, digital. Canola grading equip.

NEW Model 919 Auto.Smart Chart II

Choose commodity, enter sample temp. & dial drum # and % moisture is displayed. Increases measuring range of Model 919...allows users to enter temps. above 30ºC or below 0ºC. Test weight conversion charts also installed.

Plug-in ACCESSORIES Include:

1.) Small hand held temp. probe. 2.) Rigid 10’ WIRELESS bin temp. probe with multiple sensors to monitor temp. of stored 4, 6, 8 & 10 foot lengths. NEW 10’ infra-red bin probe with instant temp. grain (FALL 2010) (See Picture).

ALUMINUM SAMPLER PROBES reading.

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■ Temporary grain storage products

Exhibition Hall

■ Fabric structures, hoop buildings, truck tarps, tow ropes, hay tarps

WestField Industries

beam balances, pocket scales, calibration weights and more.

City Square Mini Arena

■ Grain handling and fencing equipment

■ Grains research

SCALES Digital scales, Ohaus

■ Parts & accessories distribution for agricultural & industrial applications, hay, harvest and feed equipment, lawn & garden

Wheatheart

Western Grains Research Foundation

Soybeans & Corn sieve sets.

Westward Parts Services Ltd.

Wheat City Seeds Ltd. Main Street

Exhibition Hall

SIEVES Canola, Cereal, Flax,

Westran Company Barn 4

12 Bangor Ave., Winnipeg, MB R3E 3G4 Tel: 204-772-6998 Fax: 204-772-8938 email: halross@halross.com

— Our Service Department provides same day service for recalibrations —


M a nit o b a Ag D a ys S h o w G u ide 2 0 1 1

2011 New

Products

Feature

Ag Leader Technology

Steads Farm Supply

B & A Woods Farms Ltd.

Western Turbo and Fuel Injection Ltd.

■ OptRx Crop Sensor: measures and records data about a crop in real time using the reflectance of light shined on the growing crop. ■ PW 4001 Winch system

Brownlee Trucking Inc.

■ Nature Dry Cow Cream for Blue Merle UK: A carefully chosen blend of essential oils mixed on a base cream

■ Agricultural Diesel Solutions: A programer to increase horse power and fuel economy in your farm equipment.

■ Magnetic camera pdg. ( Refer to web site ) Fullbinsupersensor.com

Capstan Ag Systems Inc.

■ N-Jet: A NH3 system that delivers- True variable rate with 25:1 rate range,sectional control without using expensive pumps, turbine flow meter or complex plumbing. University tested, farmer approved.

Dave Ross Equipment Ltd.

■ Alvan Blanch Grain Drier - New drier concept

Leon’s Mfg. Company Inc.

■ Ramrod 930 “variable power” 4 WD Mini Skid Loader: Custom designed for agriculture use especially in barns - totally new design.

Maxim Truck & Trailer

■ 2011 International TerraStar 4x2

Points West Marketing

■ TurboDrop Asymmetric Dual Fan Nozzle

Rem Enterprises Inc.

■ Diesel GrainVac 2700 and Diesel GrainVac 3700 For the people that have to travel from site to site, the trailer mounted diesel powered GrainVac is highly portable.

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M a nit o b a Ag D a ys S h o w G u ide 2 0 1 1

Around

The Show

Back to Normal The roof upgrades in the Keystone Centre along the Main Concourse and Convention Hall are completed and these areas returned to their normal use. We moved these exhibitors to other areas of the show for 2010 but you will find most back in their usual locations. Check closely through as some chose to stay in their 2010 spots. Inventor’s Showcase has also been returned to its regular area in the Main Arena. Look for the gold draped booths around the south end of the arena floor. One change we began last year and have continued this year is the movement of the seminar areas to the seating at the south end of the Westman Place Arena. In 2010 one of the seminar areas was moved to this location. For 2011 look for both seminars in the south end seating. More details elsewhere in these pages and you can also check the map in this show guide.

Draw Prize Last year we changed our door prize draw to a free draw for a trip for four to Disney World in Florida. It was quite popular so we’ve decided to keep it for another year. It will include round trip airfare from Winnipeg to Orlando, Florida; seven nights accommodation in a Disney Park Resort; Transfers from Airport to Resort (round trip); five day Disney Park Hopper Passes. Sponsors for this draw are McPhail Travel, Carberry and CKLQ radio. Look for draw drums adjacent to the information booths at the show. Draw coupons are included in this show guide along with more details. 46


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Bull Congress This year’s Bull Congress is the largest we have seen so far since moving into the new facilities a few years ago. The show has reached a point now where not all entries could be accommodated so there are now several on a waiting list. The biggest change has been the addition of several exhibitors from Saskatchewan. There are about 30 exhibitors in this year’s show. Look for the complete list elsewhere in the show guide. The Bull Congress will be back in Barn 3 near the north end of the Keystone Centre.

Kick-Off Breakfast For the past few years we’ve offered a kick-off breakfast on the first day and we are pleased to do that again. The breakfast will be in the Roadhouse Inn in the Canad Inn on Tuesday, January 18, 2011 starting at 7:30 a.m. until 8:45. The cost of the breakfast will be one dollar and the proceeds will go to Ag in the Classroom. Sponsor of the event once again is the Canad Inn. It’s open to show visitors and exhibitors alike.

More Upgrades for the Website The Ag Days website continues to undergo improvements. One of the major changes taking place is the move to be able to provide more services to exhibitors on-line. When completed exhibitors will be able to receive most of the information about the show including floor plans, move-in details, registration forms, etc. by going to www.agdays.com and following the exhibitor log-in. For those planning on visiting the show most of the information you need should be available whether it is the exhibitor list, seminar schedule, information about Brandon or other details - just go to www.agdays.com. 47


M a nit o b a Ag D a ys S h o w G u ide 2 0 1 1 AMPITHEATRE

Brandon Keystone Centre January 18 - 20, 2011 9:00 to 5:00 daily Parking Lot Shuttle Hop on the FREE shuttle to get you from the far ends of the parking lot to the Keystone Centre - and back again. Courtesy of Murray Cadillac - watch for the signs. Hours of Operation are 10:00 AM to 5:30 PM daily

Accommodation Information in Brandon

SHOW OFFICE AGRI MARKETING CENTRE INFORMATION BOOTHS EQUIPMENT DISPLAYS BOOTH DISPLAYS

Viewing Lounge

S CONCOU TION R SE ICA ( UN

PARKING

PARKING

Theatre #2 Theatre #1 (PROGRAM)

WESTMAN CO MM

DISPLAYS) OTH BO

RAMP ENTRANCE

Board Room

WESTMAN COMMUNICATIONS ARENA

(BOOTH DISPLAYS & EQUIPMENT)

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KEYSTONE CENTRE OFFICE

CONVENTION HALL

Assembly Hall

CANAD INNS PARKING

MAIN CONCOURSE (BOOTH DISPLAYS)

MANITOBA ROOM

LOADING PUBLIC ENTRANCE BOX OFFICE FOOD CONCESSIONS ELEVATOR WASHROOMS

For information on accommodation in Brandon, contact Brandon Tourism at 204.729.2141 or 1.888.799.1111


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(Bull Congress)

Barn 4 Barn 3

Barn 2

Barn 1

BRANDON CURLING Waiting Area & Lounge

BRANDON CURLING CLUB ENTRANCE

BRANDON CURLING CLUB

UCT PAVILION

PARKING

13th Street

HITCHING RING

MANITOBA ROOM

MAIN STREET

CITY SQUARE MINI ARENA

EXHBITION HALL

Roadhouse Inn

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Richmond Avenue

KINSMEN ARENA

United Tavern

CANAD INNS Alto’s

18th Street

CANAD INNS PARKING

Restaurant

FOOD SERVICES

CANADA ROOM HALLWAY

OPTIMIST ARENA

CANADA ROOM

AG CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE CONCOURSE WESTOBA CREDIT UNION AG CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE

MAIN STREET


M a nit o b a Ag D a ys S h o w G u ide 2 0 1 1

2011

Scholarship

Awards

Manitoba Ag Days awards annually three scholarships to students studying agriculture. One award is made to a second year degree agriculture student at the University of Manitoba. A second award goes to a second year Diploma Agriculture student also at the University of Manitoba. The third scholarship is awarded at Assiniboine Community College to a first year student in GIS Environmental Technologies.

The Diploma Award was presented to Jonah Genik by Tom Tolton from Manitoba Ag Days. The Degree award was presented to Lindsay Boyd, Sanford. Lindsay is a student in Food Sciences in the Faculty of Agriculture at the University of Manitoba. No picture is available. The scholarship in GIS studies at Assiniboine Community College had not been awarded at the time this show guide was printed.

RENEWABLE. RELIABLE. GRAIN ENERGY. Dealer Enquiries Welcome!

WOODMASTER PLUS AFS 1100 AND AFS 900 GRAIN FUELED HYDRONIC HEATING SYSTEMS

LINCOLN - MILLER - THERMAL DYNAMICS - PANASONIC

“ Service is our #1 product “

PRAIRIE FIRE GRAIN/ PELLET BURNING STOVE

Tested and certified ULC certified to burn various grains. to burn wheat, rye, Heat range of 10,000 to 200,000 btu’s that will heat up to 8,000 st ft. Heat corn and wood pellets one or multiple buildings, domestic 60,000 but will heat in hot water, pools and hot tubs. Full excess of 2,000 square line of installation accessories and feet. Safe and easy to underground insulated line. operate - certified for use in mobile homes. Enjoy the beauty and comfort of a PRAIRIE FIRE stove in your OUTDOOR WOOD BURNING home, cottage, workshop. Selkirk Direct Temp venting FURNACES IN STOCK system allows exhaust and fresh air intake with one double walled pipe. Minimal clearances provide more installation options.

710 Richmond Ave. E, Brandon, MB Phone: 204.728.3370 Fax: 204.728.3371

E: Robert_Thornborough@praxair.com W: www.praxair.com

Industrial gases - mig - tig - stick - robotics - dry ice SHOW SPECIALS - NEW PRODUCTS - DEMOS ENTER OUR DRAW FOR A FREE TORCH OUTFIT

Booth #s 1436,1437,1438,1439 on the Ag Centre concourse

Box 250, Bruno, SK S0K 0S0 • Phone:(306) 369-2825 • Fax: (306) 369-2351 Email: prairiefire@sasktel.net • www.grainburningstoves.ca

ROSETOWN FLIGHTING SUPPLY Super Edge™ flighting for Our Rosetown, SK Booth # is grain augers, combines, & 1452 Phone 1-866-882-2243 seed cleaning plants. Ag Centre Concourse

Fax 1-306-882-2217 www.flightingsupply.com rfsdealerinfo@sasktel.net

Excellent Prepaid Freight Rates BC $25 AB/MB $19 SK $18 (PER ORDER) NO FREIGHT CHARGES:

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Left and right hand available in all sizes. Helicoid & Sectional

Complete Auger Repairs

ONE SIZE - 75 FEET & OVER MULTIPLE SIZES - 100 FEET & OVER

OVERNIGHT DELIVERY TO MAJOR CENTRES


M a nit o b a Ag D a ys S h o w G u ide 2 0 1 1

Agri Marketing

Centre

The Agri Marketing Centre will be back at Ag Days this year but in its more traditional location in Salon A on Main Street. This is a semi private venue funded by private industry and government sponsors. It provides a venue for exhibitors and visiting industry professionals to meet to learn about export planning, market profiles, international buyers/visitors and government supported programs. It also serves as an internet cafÊ for exhibitors as well as a message centre. The operation of the Agri Marketing Centre is handled by Bill Teerhuis from Manitoba Trade and Investment. Bill has been doing this since the Centre’s inception in 1991 and has worked to develop the Agri Marketing Centre and expand the services it provides to exhibitors at the show. In his role with Manitoba Trade and Investment Bill travels to trade shows in other countries and has promoted Ag Days at these events. Ag Days attracts delegations and other visitors from outside Canada every year and the Agri Marketing Centre plays an important role hosting these visitors and serving as a point of contact while they are at the show. In the past few years we’ve had delegations from countries such as the USA, Russia, Ukraine and others. Bill and his team make sure these visitors get to meet with the exhibitors, etc. that are most pertinent to their visit. Among the services to exhibitors at the show provided by the Agri Marketing Centre are early morning seminars related to developing their business and marketing.

The Key to Direct Cut Harvesting AWS (Advanced Wind-reel Systems) * The AWS System applies a continuous flow of high velocity air to the crop. * Provides an even feed into the combine * Captures shatter loss * Increasing ground speed * Increase Yield Potential All AWS Systems feature the reliable belt drive fan and the highest capacity fan on the market. * Your choice of fan drives mounted on the head or combine on most models SYSTEMS AVAILABLE FOR

ALL MAKES.

(519) 348-0066 Toll Free: 1-877-348-0066 See us at Barn 4

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Westman Place Arena Floor The Farm Safety Display is a joint effort of Manitoba Agriculture, Food and Rural Initiatives, Manitoba Labour and Immigration and Manitoba Hydro.

“Planning for Safety on Your Farm” Manitoba Hydro Manitoba Farmers with Disabilities Manitoba Lung Association Assiniboine Regional Health Authority Manitoba Farm & Rural Stressline Manitoba Agriculture Food and Rural Initiatives & Manitoba Labour and Immigration

Martin-Liberty Realty Ltd

Nature Conservancy of Canada Ph: (866) 683-6934 www.natureconservancy.ca

633 18th Street Brandon, MB R7A 5B3 www.SandyDonald.ca Email: amd@mts.net

Independently Owned and Operated

Are you interested in selling or purchasing farmland, a commercial property or a home? Come and see us in the Convention Hall to satisfy all your real estate needs... ...or call (204) 725-8800 to speak to an agent. FARM

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Remember the

Outside Displays

Ag Days has limited outside display space available for sale (it is January and it is Manitoba) but we do have a few spots in some highly visible locations ie/ mostly along the roadways coming into the grounds or walkways on the way to the entrance doors. These displays are either associated with an Ag Days sponsor or an exhibitor in the show who needed to find room for some additional equipment. Make sure you check these out on your way into or out of the parking lot.

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About

Manitoba Ag Days

ABOVE: the Ag Days Board at the 2010 show.

The 2011 show will be the 34th for Manitoba Ag Days. The first show in 1978 was the Weed Fair – one day in Brandon and one day in Winnipeg with a total of 60 exhibitors, a few speakers and 3000 visitors. Since 1993 it has been a three day event in Brandon. Attendance last year was over 36,000. For 2011 there will be about 520 exhibitors. Ag Days is a non-profit corporation comprised of representatives from various parts of the Ag industry including farmers, agri-business and government. The show is completely self supporting and

financed by exhibitor fees and the sponsors you see listed near the beginning of this publication. There are presently two Co-chairmen – Scott Perkin, a producer from Elgin, MB and representative with Arysta Lifescience and Jonothon Roskos, a grain producer from Dufresne, MB. Day to day management of the show is handled through the Ag Days office in Brandon. If you would like more details about the organization visit the website at www.agdays.com.

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Did You Know?

Facts About Ag Days ■ The 2011 show is the 34th since the show began in 1978 ■ There are exhibitors in the show from BC, Alberta, Saskat-

■ The name Manitoba Ag Days was adopted in 1989 to reflect the general nature of the show.

chewan, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec, North Dakota, Minne-

■ Exhibit numbers have nearly doubled over the past 10 years.

sota and Iowa.

■ There is a significant waiting list for exhibit space at Ag Days

■ There are over 50 speakers involved in this year’s seminars.

and contrary to popular opinion the waiting list grows longer

■ The Keystone Centre comprises over 500,000 square feet of

in years when the economy is less buoyant. ■ Exhibitor packages are available in late August – watch the

space – about 12 acres. ■ There are about 60 animals in the Bull Congress. ■ Attendance at last year’s show was over 36,000. ■ The Grain Days show that was held in Portage in the 1980s was combined with Manitoba Ag Days in 1989. ■ There are over 500 exhibitors in Ag Days 2011.

website at www.agdays.com. ■ We have farmers visit the show from BC, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Ontario, North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota and of course all parts of Manitoba. ■ The show guide is distributed across Western Canada by the Western Producer.

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Stop in and see your local rep

LAne ReALty CoRP. Visit our booth at Manitoba Ag Days, January 18-20, 2011, located in the Westman Place Concourse. Meet our sales team and view all of our Current Listings!

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Manitoba Canola Growers Association 41st Annual General Meeting & Combine Clinic March 1, 2011 - 9:00 AM Keystore Centre, UTC Room, Brandon, Manitoba Combine Clinic starts at 9:00 AM AGM starts at 10:30 AM Visit www.megacanola.org for more information or visit MCGA’s booth at Ag Days


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Information

Staff

Our information staff meeting just prior to starting the day.

If you are having trouble finding a particular exhibitor or a seminar or even a place to eat stop by one of our information booths. You’ll find them in several locations around the show, strategically placed to serve visitors. Many of the people working these booths have been doing the job for several years.

Canadian Agricultural Adaptation Program Request for Proposals

They’re friendly and enthusiastic and if they don’t know the answer to your question they are connected by radio to the show office. Norm Brown has been working at Ag Days for many years and has organized the crew very capably for the past two years.

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Proposals are now being accepted for projects to be funded under the Canadian Agricultural Adaptation Program. Funded by Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, the Canadian Agricultural Adaptation Program (CAAP) is a five-year (2009-2014), $163 million program aimed at helping the sector adapt and remain competitive. CAAP provides an industry-led innovative and cooperative approach to funding projects at the national, multi-regional and regional levels. In Manitoba this program is delivered by the Manitoba Rural Adaptation Council (MRAC). We encourage project proposals that explore alternative energy, climate change, environmental, traceability or value chain solutions, which support MRAC’s Priority Plan. Manitoba Rural Adaptation Council Inc. 1.800.216.9767 or mracinfo@mrac.ca For more information visit www.mrac.ca Next Application Deadlines: Feb. 28 and May 31

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The Ag Days

Tradeshow

The Ag Days tradeshow is strictly an agricultural event. While many agricultural trade shows do make some allowance for other products such as household wares, clothing or cars Ag Days has chosen not to go this route. Ag Days policy requires all displays to be of an agricultural nature. This suits farm visitors as they know the displays they are going to see are pertinent to their farm business. It also appeals to exhibitors as they know the crowd visiting the show are potential customers.

This year’s trade show is again over 500 exhibits strong. It is not always easy to get a completely accurate number since sometimes an exhibitor will share their booth. If you are looking for an exhibitor that is not listed in the show guide check with our information people. They often have a list of exhibitors who may be in the show with someone else.

There’s no business like your

Agribusiness!

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Inventions Products

New and new

Ag Days has always prided itself on being a showcase for new ideas and a place where the latest technology is on display. Inventors’ Showcase has been a part of Ag Days for more than 20 years. It’s not a large area - usually in the range of 10 to 20 exhibitors – but it has always been a major attraction at the show. Sometimes the exhibitors are large companies but more often it is an individual or a small company with a new idea. To qualify for Inventors’ Showcase the product can’t have been sold in Manitoba for more than two years. You can find Inventors’ Showcase in the Westman Place Arena. Look for the gold draped booths around the

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south end of the arena floor. The inventions are judged on opening day and the winners recognized with a plaque and prizes. The New Products Feature was an idea we started three years ago. Exhibitors who enter their new product into this feature are identified in a special listing in this guide. You will also see a “New Products” sign placed on their display. These products are also judged and there is a plaque awarded to the best new product. They are not all in one location as the new inventions so you need to look at the list and look for the signage.

easy unloading for trailers and super-B’s Preview video on our website.

See Rodono Xtend Swing Auger demo’d in new Inventions

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See us on Westman Place Concourse Proven for 16 years - the RODONO ChOPPeR ROTOR - FiNe CuT, WiDeR SPReAD WiTh LeSS FueL CONSumPTiON. Also PTO speed reducer gearbox for large auger operation.

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Seminar

Locations

KEYSTONE CENTRE OFFICE

CONVENTION HALL Viewing Lounge

Assembly Hall

not move the second theatre there as well? That’s the plan for Ag Days 2011. The theatres will be side by side, each comprising of two sections of arena seating. This will provide about the same amount of seating as last year for the main seminar room and about twice as much for the second. Overcrowding has often been a complaint for our second seminar room as we haven’t been able to use a room large enough to house the crowds for the more popular speakers. If you are looking for the seminar rooms go to the upper level of the Keystone Centre (top of the ramp) and take one of the doors into the Westman Place Arena. Follow the concourse past the displays to the south end. Look for the signage designating Theatres 1 & 2.

Board Room

CANAD INNS PARKING

MAIN CONCOURSE (BOOTH DISPLAYS) So if one theatre works ok in the south end seating then why

The amphitheatre in the Keystone Centre housed the main seminar room for many years at Ag Days. For the 2010 show we were advised it would no longer be available making it necessary to consider other options. We moved the main seminar last year to the seating at the south end of the Westman Place Arena. It seemed risky at the time not knowing in particular how the sound would behave. In the end the change worked quite well. A production company was hired to install heavy duty, sound proof draping to surround the area, a stage was built and a local audio/visual company managed the sound. Sound and lighting inside the seminar theatre were good and we didn’t need to worry about sound escaping to disturb nearby exhibitors.

Both Seminars Now in Westman Communications Place Location

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