Wheat School – What Wheat Farmers Learned in 2010 in Ontario – Dana Omland, Palmerston Grain


When planning for the upcoming planting in the fall, farmers need to look back and see what went good and what were the areas where they could of improved.  In looking back on the Ontario 2010 wheat crop there were several things that a you could take and implement for the 2011 season.

In this episode of the C&M Seeds Wheat School I chat with Dana Omland, Managing Grain Merchandiser with Palmerston Grain about what he sees as some of the things that we learned in 2010.  I think that Dana does a great job of connecting production and grain marketing and proves that the two are not mutually exclusive of each other.

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