2 min 41 s
Adequate water supply with quality drinking troughs
Sturdy and effective, individual and group drinking troughs by the polymoule company enters the canadian market with an exclusive partnership with Groupe BMR.
1 min 51 s
Drinking troughs: Quenching your herd's thirst
Your herd has great needs for water. It's very important to place watering points appropriately and find the best drinking trough with an adapted water flow following the needs of your animals.
2 min 34 s
Comfy calf - for the comfort of all!
Your calves are at a fragile state in their lives. Like all newborns, their immunity system is not ready to face the diseases or environments that are not adapted to their needs.
2 min 10 s
Eddynet cow brushes: Let them scratch that itch!
Dairy cows naturally rub and scratch their bodies against structures to remove dirt and parasites that can become lodged in their hairs. Rotating brushes are recommended for farmers looking to improve the well-being of their cows.
3 min 3 s
Lizclip - Making your life easier
Have you ever had problems with broken fence wires or ribbons or pasture nets? Litzclip® is the revolution in the field of electric fence repair.
1 min 50 s
Kraiburg comfort carpets and matresses
“Using carpets and mattresses in free-stall barns contributes to the well-being and productivity of cows,” said Martin Arseneault
4 min 27 s
Be ready, winter could be harsh!
When winter nips at your feet, what strategies should be used in your daily routine to maintain the rhythm for growth in your herd?
2 min 36 s
Bringing the sun into livestock building
After air, water and flood, light is the most important resource for raising livestock.
1 min 54 s
Installing an outdoor drinking trough
No matter the season, a herd must be able to satisfy their thirst. It's why we need to be able to rely on foolproof, well installed and performing drinking troughs 12 mounts out of a year.
2 min 35 s
Comfort, security and peace of mind
A sustainable investment that combines comfort and safety for your cows: Canarm AgSystems dairy farm equipment is the whole package
2 min 43 s
Stainless steel drums for maple syrup in bulk
To conform to the new regulations, maple sugar producers have until 2020 to stock up on stainless steel drums to store their maple syrup destined for bulk sale.
2 min 17 s
Everything for amateur maple producers
The hobby product line is intended or small maple syrup producers, wheter they have five or several hundred taps.
2 min 10 s
Everything you need to know about LEDs
Light- emitting diode (LED) is revolutionizing the lighting market. Economic, resistant, and durable, it meets the standard for farmers.
2 min 43 s
A proper ventilation for a good performance of your livestock
The proper ventilation of your buildings is essential to the good performance of your livestock.
2 min 52 s
Maple tapping revised and corrected
Not only will your tapping guarantee the best results, but using the right tools, we leave less to chances. Keven Lefebvre, maple sugar producer and tapping expert, shares his knowledge.
2 min 9 s
Silage tarps - protecting your profits!
Food is the heart of the success for your herd. Ensuring its quality is undeniable.
2 min 52 s
Choosing the best spout for you!
Have you ever found yourself in one of our store, standing in front of the spout display wondering which model you should choose for your maple sugaring endeavours?...
3 min 8 s
I had the chance to interview a person with extensive experience in the maple syrup industry, Mr, Jean-Marie Chabot, co-founder of CDL Maple Sugaring Equipement.
6 min 11 s
For a healthy tubing system
A healthy tubing system means maximum return on your investment! Here are a few tips to help you.
1 min 26 s
Choosing the right stock tank de-icer
When the cold weather arrives, it’s important to make sure that the water in your stock tanks doesn’t freeze.
2 min 09 s
Trusscore interior panelling
Spring is just around the corner, and now is the time to start planning your next building and renovation projects.
2 min 40 s
How to control rodents in your farm buildings
Farm buildings are often visited by rodents such as mice and rats - while we may think these small animals are adorable, farmers know that they can cause problems.