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Seed Check Technologies Inc.Seed Check Technologies Inc. shared Mojo TV's photo.Friday, October 14th, 2016 at 4:05pm
Chris Garrison Did you drive on a road today? Thank a city worker. Did you get a haircut today? Thank a stylist. Did you buy stuff from Walmart today? Thank Chinese children. So on and so on. They do it to get paid, same reason we all do our jobs. Why do they deserve thanks?
Wilma Walker Gibson I I hope a farmer reads this I was raised on a farm and have been around it all of my life. I thank farmers from the bottom of my heart. Life for farmers is not always easy but they love it and we love theme
Heather Needham Chris, you just don't get it do you.Apart from being ruled by the weather and feeding livestock along with everything else, they are actually providing food not imported. Pity we can't be more self sufficient in other ways.
Amanda Knapp Cole thank you to all who appreciates farmers! it is a hard life.blood sweat and tears. we do all our work ourselves.one hired hand.we have cattle.and farm 1800 acres.farm life is not for the weak.we dont go home from our jobs.we live our jobs 24 hours a day! but i wouldn't trade it for anything!!! god bless my husband and all his hard works!
Carol Bell Yes, farmers do eat in the fields not at the table. They would eat when they could and what is brought out to them. I ate many meals in the fields but missed have meals at the table. You couldn,t take certain foods to te field that you can eat at the table.
Gillian L. McGeorge-Cruikshank The government or Insurance companies DO NOT cover us for a bust year like this one caused by the drought. My husband has his own small business off the farm as well as trying to hold on to the small farm. The government seems to think like you that just becaue these large corporate farms get government perks, tax breaks and funding that all farmers do, so wrong. A farmer in our community that got cancer told the bank that he had offers of help to bring his crop in when it was time and asked for a little more time since he was down trying to fight cancer. He was not asking for a hand out just a couple months until harvest time and the bank said no. Have you not read about those families that have lost their main bread winner in a farming accident or one of their children and not realize how that affects their decision to hold on to the farm after many generation. No crops no pay, no crops the family just does without. But when it is a good year not only is it good for the farmers family but the community for the good food that they grow and what they share with friends, neighbors and food banks. You have no idea what a farminng familiy does and no idea what they get or do not get out of it. But you are right they do it to provide good food for their families and yours, so they know what is in the food their families and their community has access to, and to try reduce some of their environmental foot print where their can. Not all farmers are the same but most of them are kind, caring, their for their neighbors young and old, share and offer what they can even when they have had a less then average year or worse, some of them also volunteer in their communities.
Marian Gay I have just returned from the Carolinas. Being a Tar Heel myself, I know first hand the sacrifice farmers make! Farming is very hard work. Up before daybreak till late at night tending their crop or livestock. It takes a Real Man to fill the Farmer's Shoes!
Nora Copeman God Bless The Farmers, thanks for the bacon and eggs for breakfast and roast beef with Gravy and milk with our cookies and our real butter, and our grilled steaks, yes, God Bless our Farmers for all the hard work they do, Praise the Lord in the name of Jesus.
Gillian L. McGeorge-Cruikshank John D Bartlett i totally agree, we appreciate all of those in our communities and around it for everything they do. This statement is not meant for those large agri-businesses that put a lot of long time hard working families out of business, or those filling our stores with GMO (frankenfood) that could be making our loved ones sick. This is for those that work just as hard as many of those in our country but usually have to have a second job to keep the farm going or working at least 12 plus hours a day., 7 days a week without EI benifits, sick benifits, holiday pay, drugs, dental, healthcare, vacation time off, and many do not have crop insurance, some can not afford the insurance on equipment. Some work harder and pay more to not use pesticides, herbicides, not use GMO seeds or crops in order to give all families a better chance of living well. It is hard to get farm help and we know farmers who have offered community food banks to harvest what is left in the fields, but not many take them up on it since they can not find enough volunteers to gather the free offerings. It does not take a lot of land to grow enough crops for ones family but their just isn't a lot of small farm plots available or that would be affordable or many would jump at the chance. More and more small to medium farms and going back to sharing equipment and helping each other in order to hold onto their farms.
Maureen Gibbons I assure you, Farmers eat and good food too, grown without chemicals. How do I know this? I lived on a farm for 10 years. They begin their days very early and then come in for breakfast at about 9:am. Then lunch about 1:pm and finally dinner at 5:pm. To think they are not eating when they are working their hardest is wrong. Food is fuel and they need the fuel to keep going. Just saying.
Robert Ross Blanchard Or they hire some one to do it, seen it before there are a few groups with start of the art rigs that offer to do it for cut or large fee for them to make sure they get the whole harvest, since most can't keep up with all the tech with out going in serrious debt
Jane Benson I love the land and its farming life, this has been my life and family all working together. People on the land keep us all fed, meat, fruit, veg, grains, eggs and they are so dedicated to it all. Wool and cotton for our clothes, love the farmers and appreciate them for all the hard work that they do. XπŸ˜€πŸ‘β€οΈπŸ‘ŒπŸ‚πŸπŸ“πŸ 
Chey Ezzo I dated a girl whose family farmed, the mom would make a nice meal, and everyone would stop working for 15 minutes, say a prayer and eat. The work is too hard to go hungry, they need to eat.
Tommy Mcelroy Thank you Father God, for those that give their all for others. Help the farmers to keep safe and to harvest on. GOD BLESS THE FARMER!
Alvin Schmeling I thank H.R. Pettit for giving me the chance, he not only let me work and stay at his farm but also finish my high school education. God rest his soul in heavenπŸ™πŸ»πŸ™πŸ»πŸ™πŸ»πŸ™πŸ»
Sharon Williamson I ate today and with my potatoes I had meat! I was raised in a farm as well. I recently under went a bout with some farmers regarding some range land I aquired and an easment. Turns out when I mentioned I was going to put cows on the Range land they decided that I wouldn't be allowed to use my land and denied me access. I won of course but in the process I come to do a little research and realize that these Farmers over the years have received millions of dollars in government subsidies.
JoAnn Schnaufer Chris Garrison, just curious...how often do you thank ANYONE? After surgery, i thanked the lil lady the came to clean my toilet and mop the floor...I've thanked the lil guy that hoses down McD's drive thru ....it is a HEART condition, the attitude of gratitude.
Julie Gilpatrick a BIG THANK YOU to Roy starwalt and the rest o the wonderful farmers u all have a hard job and I appreciate each and everyone of you GID BLESS YOU ALL for jobs well done kuddos to all
Dan Hackman Farming is a very hard Job ! Lots of sweat and blood and tears . Sleepless nights , hunger , but that's what it takes . Thanks to all of the farmers .....
John Fierstein Diane Fierstein Falgione when we were combining with your dad we ate pretty good on the side of a wheat field. That was a great vacation. And memory.
Richard Jimenez We lose ourselves with everything around us just as soon as we awake,,the radio an T.V saying all. the bad things that are going on or,have taken place while we were asleep.But that we should also be thankful all those that protect as an jeep us safe,the men an women that harvest our crops,the Farmer that gives up all his Family time to grow them for us to have food on our tables.Give Thanks to all Men an Women,the ones that have jobs,an those that don't because at one time they helped to contribute. So Thanks An prays go out all men,women an Homeless,We Thank You. Be Blessed.
Carol Pastway Thank you all the hard working farmers! I was privileged to live on a dairy farm for 8 years of my life! It was a wonderful experience!
Robert Vichunas Get real they aint out there pullin with horses they ridin in million dollar machines
Kurt Bolick My aunt and uncle were wheat farmers. I would spend time with them on the farm when I was a kid. Best time of my life. I really liked the openness and the simplicity of it.
Cody Jamison What? I worked on a farm over the summer when I was younger, and let me tell ya, he could've done with a few skipped meals. You guys make it sound like they struggle lol
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Seed Check Technologies Inc.Seed Check Technologies Inc. shared Mojo TV's photo.Friday, October 14th, 2016 at 6:55am

It's been a tough one, Hang in there Farm Folks!

Chris Garrison Did you drive on a road today? Thank a city worker. Did you get a haircut today? Thank a stylist. Did you buy stuff from Walmart today? Thank Chinese children. So on and so on. They do it to get paid, same reason we all do our jobs. Why do they deserve thanks?
Wilma Walker Gibson I I hope a farmer reads this I was raised on a farm and have been around it all of my life. I thank farmers from the bottom of my heart. Life for farmers is not always easy but they love it and we love theme
Heather Needham Chris, you just don't get it do you.Apart from being ruled by the weather and feeding livestock along with everything else, they are actually providing food not imported. Pity we can't be more self sufficient in other ways.
Amanda Knapp Cole thank you to all who appreciates farmers! it is a hard life.blood sweat and tears. we do all our work ourselves.one hired hand.we have cattle.and farm 1800 acres.farm life is not for the weak.we dont go home from our jobs.we live our jobs 24 hours a day! but i wouldn't trade it for anything!!! god bless my husband and all his hard works!
Carol Bell Yes, farmers do eat in the fields not at the table. They would eat when they could and what is brought out to them. I ate many meals in the fields but missed have meals at the table. You couldn,t take certain foods to te field that you can eat at the table.
Gillian L. McGeorge-Cruikshank The government or Insurance companies DO NOT cover us for a bust year like this one caused by the drought. My husband has his own small business off the farm as well as trying to hold on to the small farm. The government seems to think like you that just becaue these large corporate farms get government perks, tax breaks and funding that all farmers do, so wrong. A farmer in our community that got cancer told the bank that he had offers of help to bring his crop in when it was time and asked for a little more time since he was down trying to fight cancer. He was not asking for a hand out just a couple months until harvest time and the bank said no. Have you not read about those families that have lost their main bread winner in a farming accident or one of their children and not realize how that affects their decision to hold on to the farm after many generation. No crops no pay, no crops the family just does without. But when it is a good year not only is it good for the farmers family but the community for the good food that they grow and what they share with friends, neighbors and food banks. You have no idea what a farminng familiy does and no idea what they get or do not get out of it. But you are right they do it to provide good food for their families and yours, so they know what is in the food their families and their community has access to, and to try reduce some of their environmental foot print where their can. Not all farmers are the same but most of them are kind, caring, their for their neighbors young and old, share and offer what they can even when they have had a less then average year or worse, some of them also volunteer in their communities.
Marian Gay I have just returned from the Carolinas. Being a Tar Heel myself, I know first hand the sacrifice farmers make! Farming is very hard work. Up before daybreak till late at night tending their crop or livestock. It takes a Real Man to fill the Farmer's Shoes!
Nora Copeman God Bless The Farmers, thanks for the bacon and eggs for breakfast and roast beef with Gravy and milk with our cookies and our real butter, and our grilled steaks, yes, God Bless our Farmers for all the hard work they do, Praise the Lord in the name of Jesus.
Gillian L. McGeorge-Cruikshank John D Bartlett i totally agree, we appreciate all of those in our communities and around it for everything they do. This statement is not meant for those large agri-businesses that put a lot of long time hard working families out of business, or those filling our stores with GMO (frankenfood) that could be making our loved ones sick. This is for those that work just as hard as many of those in our country but usually have to have a second job to keep the farm going or working at least 12 plus hours a day., 7 days a week without EI benifits, sick benifits, holiday pay, drugs, dental, healthcare, vacation time off, and many do not have crop insurance, some can not afford the insurance on equipment. Some work harder and pay more to not use pesticides, herbicides, not use GMO seeds or crops in order to give all families a better chance of living well. It is hard to get farm help and we know farmers who have offered community food banks to harvest what is left in the fields, but not many take them up on it since they can not find enough volunteers to gather the free offerings. It does not take a lot of land to grow enough crops for ones family but their just isn't a lot of small farm plots available or that would be affordable or many would jump at the chance. More and more small to medium farms and going back to sharing equipment and helping each other in order to hold onto their farms.
Maureen Gibbons I assure you, Farmers eat and good food too, grown without chemicals. How do I know this? I lived on a farm for 10 years. They begin their days very early and then come in for breakfast at about 9:am. Then lunch about 1:pm and finally dinner at 5:pm. To think they are not eating when they are working their hardest is wrong. Food is fuel and they need the fuel to keep going. Just saying.
Robert Ross Blanchard Or they hire some one to do it, seen it before there are a few groups with start of the art rigs that offer to do it for cut or large fee for them to make sure they get the whole harvest, since most can't keep up with all the tech with out going in serrious debt
Jane Benson I love the land and its farming life, this has been my life and family all working together. People on the land keep us all fed, meat, fruit, veg, grains, eggs and they are so dedicated to it all. Wool and cotton for our clothes, love the farmers and appreciate them for all the hard work that they do. XπŸ˜€πŸ‘β€οΈπŸ‘ŒπŸ‚πŸπŸ“πŸ 
Chey Ezzo I dated a girl whose family farmed, the mom would make a nice meal, and everyone would stop working for 15 minutes, say a prayer and eat. The work is too hard to go hungry, they need to eat.
Tommy Mcelroy Thank you Father God, for those that give their all for others. Help the farmers to keep safe and to harvest on. GOD BLESS THE FARMER!
Alvin Schmeling I thank H.R. Pettit for giving me the chance, he not only let me work and stay at his farm but also finish my high school education. God rest his soul in heavenπŸ™πŸ»πŸ™πŸ»πŸ™πŸ»πŸ™πŸ»
Sharon Williamson I ate today and with my potatoes I had meat! I was raised in a farm as well. I recently under went a bout with some farmers regarding some range land I aquired and an easment. Turns out when I mentioned I was going to put cows on the Range land they decided that I wouldn't be allowed to use my land and denied me access. I won of course but in the process I come to do a little research and realize that these Farmers over the years have received millions of dollars in government subsidies.
JoAnn Schnaufer Chris Garrison, just curious...how often do you thank ANYONE? After surgery, i thanked the lil lady the came to clean my toilet and mop the floor...I've thanked the lil guy that hoses down McD's drive thru ....it is a HEART condition, the attitude of gratitude.
Julie Gilpatrick a BIG THANK YOU to Roy starwalt and the rest o the wonderful farmers u all have a hard job and I appreciate each and everyone of you GID BLESS YOU ALL for jobs well done kuddos to all
Dan Hackman Farming is a very hard Job ! Lots of sweat and blood and tears . Sleepless nights , hunger , but that's what it takes . Thanks to all of the farmers .....
John Fierstein Diane Fierstein Falgione when we were combining with your dad we ate pretty good on the side of a wheat field. That was a great vacation. And memory.
Richard Jimenez We lose ourselves with everything around us just as soon as we awake,,the radio an T.V saying all. the bad things that are going on or,have taken place while we were asleep.But that we should also be thankful all those that protect as an jeep us safe,the men an women that harvest our crops,the Farmer that gives up all his Family time to grow them for us to have food on our tables.Give Thanks to all Men an Women,the ones that have jobs,an those that don't because at one time they helped to contribute. So Thanks An prays go out all men,women an Homeless,We Thank You. Be Blessed.
Carol Pastway Thank you all the hard working farmers! I was privileged to live on a dairy farm for 8 years of my life! It was a wonderful experience!
Robert Vichunas Get real they aint out there pullin with horses they ridin in million dollar machines
Kurt Bolick My aunt and uncle were wheat farmers. I would spend time with them on the farm when I was a kid. Best time of my life. I really liked the openness and the simplicity of it.
Cody Jamison What? I worked on a farm over the summer when I was younger, and let me tell ya, he could've done with a few skipped meals. You guys make it sound like they struggle lol
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Seed Check Technologies Inc.Seed Check Technologies Inc. at Edmonton Expo Centre.Wednesday, January 27th, 2016 at 8:33am

Come visit us at FarmTech!

Joanne Hinke Looks awesome
Laurie Williams Rasmussen are you going to be there Bev?
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Seed Check Technologies Inc.Tuesday, November 24th, 2015 at 10:53am

Wow, a variety saved from extinction!

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Seed Check Technologies Inc.Saturday, November 14th, 2015 at 7:50am

"Gonna get my picture on the cover...", check out www.seed.ab.ca/magazine/ for a great article on seed testing in the Alberta Seed Guide. Featuring pictures from Seed Check and quotes from Morgan Webb!

Seed Check Technologies Inc. Recognize those hands Diane Walls?
Beverly Mitchell So proud of Morgan and all at Seed Check!
David Rust Looks great Morgan Webb!