Farmers can learn about using iPhones and Blackberries.
Today is the deadline to register for the next winter farm course from Grey County Agricultural Services.
There will be a workshop on Wednesday at the Markdale office about how to use your smart phone on the farm.
Farmers will get tips, tricks and techniques to improve the performance of their blackberry or iphone.
You will also learn about the latest farm apps.
To register -- call 986-3756.
Time is quickly running out to nominate the best and the brightest in Grey Bruce agriculture.
The nomination deadline for the annual Tommy Cooper award is tomorrow.
The award recognizes an individual for his or her outstanding contribution to farming and farm life.
It is named after Tommy Cooper -- a 39 year veteran of agriculture work who founded the Grey Bruce Livestock Co-operative and helped farmers adapt to new innovations.
Nomination forms are available at our radio stations or at the Grey Agricultural Services Centre in Markdale and at the Federation of Agriculture office in Hanover.
All nominations must be returned to Bayshore Broadcasting by Noon tomorrow -- and the winner will be announced on April 8th at the Elmwood Community Centre.
The federal government has partnered with Western Canadian provinces to fund irrigation projects.
About 6.3 million dollars will go to projects in Saskatchewan, Alberta and B-C.
And the Saskatchewan government has launched a website to help people deal with any flooding this spring.
The website offers information on spring runoff and flood forecasts -- plus it tracks flood activity and outlines assistance programs.