Showing posts tagged with “Management Consulting”

Field Optimization Advisory Services

Tags: Farm Asset Management, Management Consulting

February 8, 2019

Lisa Healey, a consultant with Serecon, recently won a Crop advisor casebook from Grainews Magazine wherein she identified that crop patches in rectangular blocks were due to misplaced sectional shut-offs. She indicated that the automatic shut-offs were likely installed on the opposite side which caused double application on the headlands and missed…

New Calgary Office Location

Tags: Farm Asset Management, Management Consulting, Valuations & Appraisals

December 5, 2018

 Our office location in Calgary has moved. We are now located in Royal Vista in northwest Calgary at #180 Maple Leaf Professional Centre, 15 Royal Vista Way NW. Above are maps of the office location. You can also find us on google maps here. and our mailing address can be found here.    

Agricultural Consulting 2018

Tags: Management Consulting

October 2, 2018

The management consultants at Serecon have been busy thus far in 2018. The core of our expertise is in quantifying, qualifying and findings ways to increase value for our clients. So far this year, we have been engaged with government and private associations, municipalities, various farm groups as well as corporate farms and businesses in the following…

Calculating the Impacts of Farming around Obstructions

Tags: Farm Asset Management, Management Consulting, Valuations & Appraisals

August 23, 2018

The Obstruction Mapper has been updated to provide landowners and agricultural industry stakeholders with valuable information about the impact of field farming practices on productivity and other factors. The Obstruction Mapper is able to analyze the financial impact of roads, oil and gas sites, grain bins, yardsites, or any other obstructions that…

Alberta Agricultural Economics Conference - Visions 2018

Tags: Farm Asset Management, Management Consulting

June 25, 2018

Mike Vorona of Serecon, who is also a Director with the Alberta Agricultural Economics Association, is the program chair for the upcoming conference in Edmonton. To find out more; please email Mike. 

Farmland Value Trend Newsletter - 2017

Tags: Farm Asset Management, Management Consulting, Valuations & Appraisals

May 18, 2018

The latest Farmland Value Trend Newsletter has now been released, summarizing the agricultural real estate trend in Alberta and Saskatchewan for 2017. In an effort to provide an analysis that reflects variances across the province, we have again included regional analyses. For complete details, please download the 2017 Farmland Value Trend Newsletter or…

LandView Drones featured on CBC

Tags: Farm Asset Management, Management Consulting

May 1, 2018

Markus Weber, an agricultural consultant with Serecon and the president of LandView Drones, was interviewed by CBC National as part of a feature discussing the use of drones for Canada’s farmers. Watch the feature here:

Serecon Scholarship 2018

Tags: Farm Asset Management, Management Consulting, Valuations & Appraisals

February 20, 2018

Congratulations to Emmalyn Elgersma who was awarded the Serecon Leadership Scholarship. Emmalyn has demonstrated superior academic achievements at the University of Alberta. Serecon is happy to assist her and other students in pursuing their goals. The Serecon Leadership Scholarship, which has been offered since 2001, is awarded annually to a student…

Value Added Agricultural Advisory

Tags: Farm Asset Management, Management Consulting

December 20, 2017

Our specialists in the business of agriculture have been providing expertise in many different areas of the agricultural industry. In the fourth quarter of 2017, Serecon has been advising clients in the following areas: Best Management Practices in Agriculture Municipal Agricultural Strategies Environmental Farm Plan Benchmarking Loss Quantification…

Yield Loss Due to Correctable Irrigation Inefficiency

Tags: Farm Asset Management, Management Consulting

November 8, 2017

With advances in aerial technology and drones, farmers are now able to view their fields and crops in different ways. The above picture is just one example. The photo displays an irrigated quarter section of silage corn that was captured from drone footage. As you can see, there are a number of ripples in the corn stand. These ripples were only present…