Show organizers announced today that the gates cannot open safely to more than 30,000 visitors because of the risk of COVID-19. | File photo

COVID-19 forces Ag in Motion to go digital

Ag in Motion will be a digital event July 21-25. Show organizers announced today that the gates cannot open safely to more than 30,000 visitors because of the risk of COVID-19. Safety is the number one concern for everyone involved with the annual agricultural show, guests and staff alike said Rob O’Connor, Ag in Motion […] Read more

Rene Mabon, agronomy manager for BrettYoung rototills around their plot of soybeans as some of the bigger equipment arrives at Ag in Motion, July 9.  |  William DeKay photo

A show comes together

Ag in Motion, which is running this week near Saskatoon, requires a lot of preparation. We captured these photos July 9 as set-up for the farm show went into high gear. Photos by William DeKay. Check out all our Ag in Motion 2019 coverage here.    

Garth Massie and Mason Kraushar of Morris Industries discuss seed depth for a crop of canola they are seeding at Ag in Motion, May 14.  |  William DeKay photo

VIDEO: Ag in Motion prepares for fifth show

Seed plots are going in the ground as the Saskatchewan agricultural show gets ready for the July 16-18 event

LANGHAM, Sask. — Living up to its name, Glacier FarmMedia’s Ag in Motion has reached its five-year anniversary with no sign of slowing down. “It’s very exciting for me personally to have a show that the group of us started from a canola field into an event that’s now grown to the size that it […] Read more


Garth Massie and Mason Kraushar of Morris Industries discuss seed depth for a crop of canola they are seeding at Ag in Motion, May 14.  |  William DeKay photo

VIDEO: Show and grow synonymous with AIM

LANGHAM, Sask. — Living up to its name, Glacier FarmMedia’s Ag in Motion has reached its five-year anniversary with no sign of slowing down. “It’s very exciting for me personally to have a show that the group of us started from a canola field into an event that’s now grown to the size that it […] Read more

Quick change metering cassettes provide a range for seed or fertilizer from 1.4 to 357 pounds per acre. The large diameter cassettes keep the peripheral speed of the seed low to reduce damage.  |  Ron Lyseng photo

Speed offsets size in new disc drill

Growers place more importance on precision than size when seeding high-value crops that require precise placement

LANGHAM, Sask. — Speed and seed placement are more important than size when selecting a disc drill. Amazone attended this summer’s Ag In Motion farm show to promote that idea, debuting its new Cirrus 4003 drill. The German-built drills are available as one hopper or two hopper units with a capacity of 102 bushels, says […] Read more


Morris introduced its new Quantum drill at Ag In Motion, billing it as a seeding machine with a possible double-duty future as a cultivator.  The morning demo featured the cultivator component.  The afternoon demo featured the drill component.  |  Ron Lyseng photo

Driller and tiller: seeder has heavy-duty ideas

LANGHAM, Sask. — The new dual purpose Morris Quantum was demonstrated at this summer’s Ag In Motion farm show as both a seed drill and an experimental cultivator. In the 11 a.m. cultivation demonstration on each day of the show, an experimental version of the Quantum did a pass outfitted with 16-inch sweeps and a […] Read more

Mark Kuehn of Trimble explains how farmers can use a Soil Information System to get soil and topographic information that can be used for future decision-making.  |  Barb Glen photo

Mapping soil beneath the surface has benefits

LANGHAM, Sask. — The session at the Ag in Motion farm show near Saskatoon was titled “Uncover the secrets below your soil’s surface.” Mark Kuehn, project manager with Trimble’s Ag Business Solutions sector, was tasked with explaining how that can be done and how Trimble has done it for various clients. The company uses a […] Read more

The Ag in Motion farm show runs until the end of the day on Thursday July 19 near Langham, Sask. | Robin Booker photo

Ag in Motion 2018

The 2018 edition of Ag in Motion has come and gone.  This year there were 459 exhibitors on the 320-acre site near Langham, Sask.! Below you will find some of The Western Producer’s coverage of the event. This page will be updated with more stories as they are published.  New ag school to focus on applied […] Read more


More than 30,000 people attended the Ag in Motion farm show near Langham, Sask. this past week. | Paul Yanko photo

Ag in Motion 2018 – in photos

The 2018 edition of the Ag in Motion farm show has wrapped, and by all accounts it was a great success. Organizers report a total of 30,335 guests passed through the gates of the event, which is a new record. Attendance at the show, both for guests and exhibitors, has steadily grown for each of […] Read more

Market fundamentals suggest grain prices should be higher and it's
only a matter of time before the market figures that out says ProFarmer Canada analyst Mike
Jubinville. | Robin Booker photo

Time to exercise patience says analyst

LANGHAM, Sask. — Now is not the time to be pricing new crop, says a markets analyst. “I don’t want to be selling a darn thing right now,” said Mike Jubinville, analyst with ProFarmer Canada. “Right now is one of those times you just sit on your hands and you wait.” Grain markets have taken […] Read more