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This takes the number of signatories for the ‘Coalition of the Willing on Pollinators’ to 16
A new wave of cutting-edge nutritional innovation is emerging to power the animal agriculture and feed industries in Canada and beyond, hel
Northern Ontario producers are examining the possibility of rail transport for their grain.
Resistance is something we currently hear a lot about in agriculture, including the issue of parasite resistance in beef cattle. As spring
Cargill’s Canadian beef sustainability pilot has reached another milestone.
The National Pork Producers Council warns loss of the North American Free Trade Agreement would be a devastating blow to an industry that's
The newly named NSERC Industrial Research Chair in Swine Welfare says a new research program looking at swine welfare will contribute to th
Cargill today announced it has reached an agreement on the sale of Cargill's grain and crop inputs retail assets in Ontario, including its
A Professor of Animal Science with Iowa State University says, as the use of antibiotics becomes more restricted, pork producers are lookin
Ontario Municipal Board allows London, Ont. halal abattoir to continue operations
Nearly two years after its parent company, Kubota Corporation, acquired the five divisions of Great Plains Manufacturing Inc., including se
What are we seeing in terms of fertilizer prices this spring? To answer that question, we’re joined in studio by Ryan Furtas, input marke
Yesterday was a big day for agricultural societies across the province, with the announcement that Alberta’s 283 primary and seven region
Next we continue our look at farm types based on the 2016 Census of Agriculture.
Grain movement was the key topic Wednesday, when the federal agriculture minister met his provincial counterpart in Regina.
Producers in Saskatchewan got some good news last month when the provincial government restored the PST exemption for premiums paid to agri
Bill C-49 needs to be amended and passed by the Senate as soon as possible.
One of the most brilliant minds in animal welfare was at the 2018 Livestock Care Conference last week in Olds, Alberta.
Spring canola yields have been strong in Ontario in the past two years, but are we meeting our yield potential? Are there ways to profitabl
This week is Manufacturing Week in Manitoba.
The Canadian Grain Commission is reducing fees for many of its services and licences as of April 1, 2018. Several other fees will be stream
The Female Farmer Project will shine the spotlight on the contributions of women in ag
On March 27, 2018, the Ontario Hazelnut Association, in co-operation with Ferrero Canada, will host IF YOU PLANT IT, THEY WILL COME, the 9T
The Beef Farmers of Ontario (BFO) commends the Senate Standing Committee on Agriculture and Forestry on the completion of the report titled
The Alberta government is investing in rural communities by committing to stable funding for agricultural societies and continuing to suppo
Members of Canada’s ag industry gathered in Ottawa on Monday evening to voice their concerns about the grain transportation backlog.
Chicken Farmers of Canada is proud to announce the election of the 2018 Executive Committee. The elections followed the annual general meet
Farmers and other rural residents can raise awareness about the quality of infrastructure in their communities during the Canadian Automobi
The European Union may target the U.S. corn industry with retaliatory tariffs
A concept of growing interest in developed countries, a circular economy keeps resources in use for as long as possible, and extracts maxim
Oklahoma State University (OSU) varieties continue to increase Hard Red Winter Wheat plantings in the state of Oklahoma, according to the M
USDA Under Secretary for Trade and Foreign Agricultural Affairs Ted McKinney talked to reporters March 12 about his recent trip to Japan, w
A Clemson University professor is involved in a study of natural tools to control aphids.
Recipes for homemade weed killers abound on the internet. University of Illinois Extension specialist Michelle Wiesbrook explains why homem
Late this month (depending on the weather) and on into April provides one of the two preferred times to seed perennial cool-season forages.
Wheat has already reached green-up across the state so spring N may be applied anytime fields are fit.
Concerns continue this week that the Trump Administration could decide to strike a deal for oil refiners that would have immediate and last
Does feeding time influence the time of calving? To answer this question, SDSU Extension Cow/Calf Field Specialists Adele Harty and Taylor
At the 2017 SMaRT (Soybean Management and Research Technology) meetings, producers told us they wanted the SMaRT program to evaluate seed t
It is time to assemble a good set of diagnostic tools as the planting season approaches and field visits will be needed.
With red meat demand among Japanese consumers continuing to gain momentum, the U.S. Meat Export Federation (USMEF) introduced new and uniqu
Ontario is encouraging public sector organizations to use more locally grown and produced food by delivering on the commitment to support t
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency is changing course, forcing poultry processors to eliminate salmonella bacteria in raw and frozen chick
New data capture technology is making traceability and food safety risk management easier for Canadian beef, dairy, bison, goat and sheep f
G3 Canada Limited (G3) announced plans today to build two new facilities including its first primary elevator in Alberta, and further expan
Steve Blakely is the new Chief Executive Officer of Agriculture Financial Services Corporation. Blakely brings in excess of 40 years of fin