|LandTechnik Visits Bourgault - Wednesday, September 05, 2018|
|Agrar-Adventure - LandTechnikVideos.de Visits Bourgault|
|Landtechnikvideos.de is video production company owned and operated by brothers Tammo and Jörn Gläser of Germany. In addition to the large library of agricultural based professional videos, Tammo and Jörn also host Agrar-Adventure farm tours to various grain producing regions of the world. Bourgault was happy to act as a host for the second year with a tour through the manufacturing facilities in St. Brieux SK.|
|Guests from Germany, Switzerland, Slovenia, Belgium and Luxemburg had the opportunity to observe manufacture large scale seeding equipment destined for North America, Eastern Europe and Australia. Being Western European farmers, many neven had the opportunity to see this scale of seeding units in thier own countries.|
It was a pleasure to have these farmers tour our facilites, and wish them a great stay for the balance of their tour.
|Bourgault SEEdING is BELIEVING 2018 a Success! - Thursday, July 12, 2018|
Bourgault would like to thank everyone who made the trip out to this year’s field day. Despite the challenges posed by the rain on Wednesday, the ground dried up sufficiently through the night and Thursday was a beautiful day with excellent conditions for seeding. The Agronomy Trials were popular again this year, as well as the factory tours in the morning. Keep the first week of July open next year to check out the event in St. Brieux.
Watch a short video of the event - Bourgault Field Day 2018
|Farm Progress Show - Winner of Bourgault Mini Fridge - Friday, June 29, 2018|
Mike Costley from Mossbank, SK is the winner of the custom wrap Bourgault mini fridge. Mike entered his name at the Bourgault booth in Arena 4 at Canada's Farm Progress Show in Regina. We hope Mike enjoys his new fridge this summer! Thanks to everyone who stopped by our booth at this year's show.
|U of S Soils & Crops Workshop - 2018 Student Travel Award - Tuesday, March 13, 2018|
Each year, the Bourgault bursary is provided to a graduate student from outside of the University of Saskatchewan to attend the Soils and Crops conference and present their current research. This year's recipient was PhD student Yeukai Katanga from Trent University.
Her presentation was titled "Interseeded Cover Crops, Soil Health and Nitrogen Supply for Grain Corn in Ontario". Yeukai is pictured receiving the bursary from Scott Anderson, PAg.
|Bourgault Agronomy Trials - 2017 Results - Wednesday, January 24, 2018|
For the third consecutive year, Bourgault Industries explored different placement options of phosphorus with canola, including extremely high rates seed placed and a split application where starter P is placed with the seed and the bulk of the P fertilizer is placed in the band with nitrogen and sulphur fertilizer.
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As in 2015 and 2016, we recorded both expected and unexpected results in our trials. The 2017 season was no different, which is documented in the 2017 Report available for download.
|Bourgault Industries Recognized with EDA Dealer’s Choice Award - Thursday, August 10, 2017|
Bourgault Industries has been recognized with an EDA Dealer’s Choice Award in the 2017 Dealer-Manufacturer Relations Survey Report.
The prestigious award was presented by the Equipment Dealers Association in the Shortline category. The company was recognized for top scores in all 11 business categories, including product quality, technical support and responsiveness to dealer needs, plus a separate overall satisfaction rating from dealers.
Go to the EDA website to read the full article
|2017 Soils & Crops Student Travel Award - Friday, March 17, 2017|
U of S Soils & Crops Workshop - 2017 Student Travel Award
Each year, the Bourgault bursary is provided to a graduate student from outside of the University of Saskatchewan to attend the Soils and Crops conference and present their current research.
This year's recipient was Magda Rogalsky, a student at the University of Manitoba. Her presentation was titled "Phosphorus and Zinc Fertilization Beneficial Management Practices for Corn in Manitoba: 2015-2016 Season Update". Magda is pictured receiving the bursary from Curtis deGooijer, Corporate Agronomist for Bourgault.
|Fertilizer Placement Comparison - 2016 Trial Update - Monday, March 13, 2017|
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The Bourgault Agronomy team conducted large scale fertility trails for a second consecutive year near St. Brieux Saskatchewan on canola. The goal of the trials is to identify ways to safely increase phosphorus fertilizer rates in a one pass system. This included strategies producers can implement with their current equipment as well as a triple shoot configuration. As like last year, plant access to phosphorus placed in the mid-row bander showed up as an increase in overall yield. There was also a yield response to high amounts of seed placed phosphorus. Download the full report for more details.
|2016 Soils & Crops Workshop Student Travel Award - Monday, March 21, 2016|
U of S Soils & Crops Workshop - 2016 Student Travel Award
This year, the Bourgault bursary is provided to a graduate student from outside of the University of Saskatchewan to attend the Soils and Crops conference and present their current research.
This year's recipient was Sirajum Munira
, a student at the University of Manitoba. Her presentation was titled "Glyphosate retention and phosphorus adsorption-maximum in Prairie Soils
". Sirajum is pictured receiving the bursary from Curtis deGooijer, Corporate Agronomist for Bourgault.Link to U of S list of Graduate Student Award Winners
|Winners - Bourgault Jacket Draws - Friday, March 04, 2016|
Winners of the Bourgault Jacket Draws
Congratulations to all the Bourgault jacket winners who entered the draws at the various winter farm shows. Thanks to everyone who entered, and for stopping by the Bourgault booth this winter.
|Fertilizer Placement Comparison (FPC) Trial - 2015 - Monday, February 01, 2016|
Phosphorus with Canola
The purpose of testing Phosphorus (P) placements is to provide producers with a safe method to apply removal rates of P in a one-pass seeding operation.
The Agronomy team at Bourgault Industries wanted to explore different placement options in canola, including high rates seed placed and a split application where starter P is placed with the seed and the bulk of the P fertilizer is placed in the band with the rest of the fertilizer.