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Top Grade Ag has made it to the finals of Impact Canada’s Food waste reduction challenge!

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Today, the Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food, the Honourable Marie-Claude Bibeau, announced the 12 finalists of the Business Models Streams for the Food Waste Reduction Challenge. Minister Bibeau met virtually with the finalists and learned about their innovative solutions to reduce food waste. Read more here: And here:

Top Grade Ag was selected as one of 24 semi-finalists out of over 300 applicants

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The Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food, the Honourable Marie-Claude Bibeau, recently announced the 24 semi-finalists for Streams A and B of the $20-million Food Waste Reduction Challenge, an initiative under the Food Policy for Canada. Read more here:

ROI on ag tech is about more than dollars and cents

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“The third promising technology at the early adopter stage Smart Farm researchers are looking at is in-bin drying sensors, which help producers understand drying rates in real time to gauge how many days or hours of fan operation are needed to reach the stage or condition they’d like to store their grain at.” Read more here:

Olds College Smart Farm Newsletter – May 7, 2021

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Top Grade Ag developed this cost-effective app technology that continuously measures water removal rates by monitoring temperature and humidity at the inlet and outlet of the bin while estimating airflow throughout the drying process. Read more here:

Canola Digest September 2020

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Airflow rate is the most important component of any in-bin drying,” says Glenn Wilde, engineer and director with Top Grade Ag. Download this issue and go to Page 10 to learn more