Some farmers are finding that the costs of connecting to three-phase power and hefty demand charges are forcing them off the grid. But ag engineers question the economics
By Don Stoneman
- Better Farming - February 2010
- Behind the Lines - February 2010
- Short Takes - February 2010
- Cover Story: THE HIGH COSTS OF HYDRO - Is diesel generation an alternative for your farm?
- Better Decisions: Taking advantage of the ‘Dead Cat Bounce’
- Beef: Beef producers’ claims rejected in the wake of All County’s collapse
- CROP SCENE INVESTIGATION - 23: Why did Arthur’s soybeans get ‘the streaks?’
- CROP SCENE INVESTIGATION – 22 SOLVED: Whats the culprit in Bill’s sprayer tank?
- Crops - The Lynch File: Ontario’s silent revolution in tillage
- SEED BED: Soil quality is a long-term investment
- Better Farming Focus on Corn: What are your corn genetic choices for 2010?
- Weather: The Great Lakes are heating up
- The Hill: Hungry Canadians need government action now
- Letter from Europe: Denmark’s dairy sector – debt-burdened but highly efficient