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Small Hog Barn Project with Big Impact

03.23.2022

I was contacted a while ago by someone from the NCFAD, which if you are like me, you can be forgiven for not having a hot clue what that is. So I asked, and was told that The National Center for Foreign Animal Disease is part of CFIA (Canadian Food Inspection Agency) and is located in the Canadian Science Center for Human and Animal Health which also houses the Public Health Agency of Canada’s National Microbiology Laboratory in Winnipeg, MB. That should be enough governmental alphabet soup to make anyone turn and run the other way, but I decided that I would at least hear them out on what they required from me. 

Colony Highlight: Platte Colony, Platte, South Dakota

02.04.2022

On a late Fall day, New Standard’s Ben Cochran and marketing staff, Jake Peterson and Celene Olson, were invited to Platte Colony in central South Dakota, about two hours west of Sioux Falls. The opportunity? To learn what the day in the life of a Hutterite looks like. New Standard has had the pleasure of working with many colonies around the US and Canada, and we wanted to highlight the way of the Hutterites. 

Save Time, Feed, And Money

01.31.2022

Success in farming is a matter of making smart choices and finding the right partners. When Darren Sloan and his family were preparing to expand their sow farm in Ontario, Canada, they spent three years assessing their options and fine-tuning plans for an updated feeding system. 

Why We Do What We Do - The Modern Producer Podcast

12.23.2021

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Mikael Kirk with Agrisys - The Modern Producer Podcast

10.28.2021

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Welcome to episode 3 of the Modern Producer Podcast. On today's show, we welcome Mikael Kirk!

Mikael and his company AGRISYS is based in Denmark and is a leader in sow equipment development worldwide.

AGRISYS Protein Automation was founded by Mikael in 2009. AGRISYS provides solutions for individual feeding and the foundation for optimal results.

Britt Roman from Munters - The Modern Producer Podcast

09.24.2021

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Welcome to the first full episode from season 2! Today we welcome Britt Roman to the show. Britt is best known as the area rep for Munters, but he also represents other manufacturers through Ag Environmental Resources, LLC. 

Munters is out of Lancing Michigan and focuses mainly on dairy, swine, poultry, and greenhouses solutions. 

Season 2 - The Modern Producer Podcast

08.27.2021

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We're back! After a bit of a break, we are excited to be back in the "studio" recording some new episodes for your hungry ears! Today we simply say "hey!" and talk about a few new topics, guests, and more we have in the works! Looking forward to season 2 of the Modern Producer Podcast. Enjoy the show! 

So What's Next: Darren Sloan

08.06.2021

The New Standard team is all about the advancement of taking care of our animals in this industry. So are quite a few of our producers we come across in this field. Over the course of our time as a company, we were always curious what the future of farming could be. We sat down with a handful of producers to ask just that. What they enjoy currently, and what, realistically or not, would they like to see in the next 10 years for the advancement of farming. 

So What's Next: Dillan Meyer

07.28.2021

The New Standard team is all about the advancement of taking care of our animals in this industry. So are quite a few of our producers we come across in this field. Over the course of our time as a company, we were always curious about what the future of farming could be. We sat down with a handful of producers to ask just that. What they enjoy currently, and what, realistically or not, would they like to see in the next 10 years for the advancement of farming. 

So What's Next: Tim Friedel

07.26.2021

The New Standard team is all about the advancement of taking care of our animals in this industry. So are quite a few of our producers we come across in this field. Over the course of our time as a company, we were always curious what the future of farming could be. We sat down with a handful of producers to ask just that. What they enjoy currently, and what, realistically or not, would they like to see in the next 10 years for the advancement of farming. 

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