Online Catalogue last updated 12th of December 2016
The two documentaries Harvest time in Canada take you on an exciting journey through the important agricultural regions of the four Canadian provinces of Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario and Québec. Experience the grain harvest with modern combine columns on large farms in the breadbasket of Canada, and the forage harvest in the east of the country. You can expect fields reaching beyond the horizon and agricultural machines that are difficult to find even in North America. Impressive aerial pictures also show highlights of the scenery. Elaborately researched narrator text and fade-in maps deliver a lot of information for every viewer expectation.
100 Min. 2016
Throughout their more than 15 years of camera history, the film-makers Jörn and Tammo Gläser have visited many exciting agricultural nations. In this first part of the new story from Canada, the brothers show the grain harvest performed by large farms in Saskatchewan and Manitoba. Among others, there are modern large tractors with lots of PS by John Deere, Case IH and Challenger. Some of the highlights of this agriculture technology DVD are North Americas large grain carts, seeders and straw harrows. A narrator leads you through the film.
90 Min. 2016
In late spring, forage harvest begins in the east of Canada in the provinces of Ontario and Québec. The film-makers Jörn and Tammo Gläser and their cameras accompanied dairy farms and contractors during their work and collected impressions typical for the area. A multitude of modern forage harvesters, tractors, balers and manure technology is seen at work on the fields. A narrator explains interesting details about the agricultural machinery and local agriculture. Arial takes of all machinery in use and of the Canadian landscape round off this unique documentation with its impressive images.
Code No. 017266, ISBN 4260205410776, $67.00