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State governments are requested to lift their quota of food grains from Food Corporation of India for free distribution of the 5 kg food grains to beneficiaries under PMG
Canadian National Railway Co. hit an all-time record for March grain movement.
With the continuing spread of COVID-19, people are concerned about the food supply; people are unexpectedly in need of help.
Fertilizer Canada commends the federal, provincial, and territorial governments for their continued efforts in addressing the COVID-19 pandemic, and for giving assurances
While some states such as Karnataka, Maharashtra and West Bengal already allow cash and carry retailers to buy directly from farmers under the model Agricultural Produce
The Alberta government is partnering with the CFIA to increase food inspector capacity.
The extension support person with Manitoba Forage and Grassland Association, is offering a few pasture and hay storage tips heading in to spring.
David Ekstrom Byline: This week, farmers read articles covering machinery, new crop tools, and USDA estimations. Aside from that, COVID-19 remained a topic of interest, i
The Canadian seed industry joins the global community in supporting measures to prevent further spread of the COVID-19 virus.
Several livestock auction centres have made changes to help keep themselves, buyers and sellers safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Cereal rye (Secale cereale) has several strengths as a cover crop option.
Grape Growers of Ontario thank all of the frontline support workers for their dedication and support during these unprecedented times. We heard your challenge Premier For
Are relations between Canada and China thawing, when it comes to our canola seed? Prime Minister Trudeau says he's optimistic countries around the world will begin to wor
The Federal Governments plans to increase the Federal Carbon Tax took effect on April 1st.
The Canola Council of Canada says Canadian and Chinese government officials had a call Monday to discuss the trading conditions for canola seed.
The Official Opposition Saskatchewan Caucus sent a letter to Finance Minister Bill Morneau calling for a full exemption from the carbon tax for all farming fuels and an i
The COVID-19 spread has forced the UN body to postpone its flagship annual climate change conference which was scheduled to be held at Glasgow in United Kingdom (UK) in N
Groundwater and soil moisture are crucial for irrigation and crop growth
Its always been important for us as farmers to get our crops in the ground on time in the spring. But its never been more important than it is this year when we are facin
Ontario farmers are struggling to get skilled international essential labour to help plant, grow and harvest crops for the 2020 season. This is an issue affecting Ontario
Over the last few weeks, Ontarians have become used to hearing terms like unprecedented to describe the times were living in.
Canadian grain is in high demand as shippers try to feed a growing appetite from mills and governments seeking to shore up staple reserves amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
CannTrust Holdings Inc. says it has obtained protection from creditors under the Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act as it works resolve issues related the suspension of
April 1st is an especially important day at Canadian Canola Growers Association (CCGA), because its the day the organization begins issuing new 2020 spring cash advances
The COVID-19 pandemic may lead to shut-downs and loss of significant markets for the horticultural industry, which could be devastating for vegetable and flower growers.
Heavy rain, hail in first half of March had caused widespread damage to wheat and mustard
In a normal year, our family farm would be busy getting ready for spring planting season. That means preparing seeds and fields and getting ready to get crops in the grou
By Ontario standards, I have a relatively small apple orchard. I grow about a dozen different varieties on 25 acres of land that looks over beautiful Georgian Bay.
Chicken Farmers of Ontario (CFO) is pleased to introduce the CFO Board of Directors and District Committee Representatives (DCRs) that have been elected by CFO farmer-mem
Have you ever looked up the official Ontario fertilizer or liming recommendations? Theyre featured in look-up tables in OMAFRA production guides, such as our Agronomy Gui
Over the next several weeks, FCC Ag Economics will help you understand the rapidly evolving business environment due to COVID-19.
There is no shortage of eggs for Ontario consumers, in spite of shelves for some products being temporarily empty in some stores.
Farmers are being hit hard with the increasing closure of farmers markets around North America. With the uncertainty of the timeline for the COVID-19 outbreak and its eff
Lakeland College is pleased to share that Josie Van Lent was honoured with the John J Kennelly Western Canadian Dairy Seminar Award of Merit. The award was presented to V
The bill was introduced after much delay
The schedule for transitioning from Canadian Quality Assurance to Canadian Pork Excellence will be impacted by efforts to slow the spread of COVID-19.
A new tool is now available to help pork producers create plans for dealing with unexpected or emergency situations.
A Professor with the Western College of Veterinary Medicine suggests genetics, management and the environment in which an animal is raised will influence its susceptibili
Agri-Food Economic Systems suggests greater cooperation, coordination and flexibility will be needed among governments and industry to minimise disruptions within agricul
Scientists working on behalf of Swine Innovation Porc are investigating the value of using functional amino acids to improve gut health and increase the productivity and
Today, Federal Agriculture and Agri-Food Minister, Marie-Claude Bibeau and Saskatchewan Agriculture Minister David Marit, announced the deadline to apply, reinstate, canc
Hours of Service The Government of Saskatchewan is temporarily modifying hours of service regulations for commercial truck drivers in response to COVID-19.
The Alberta government says there is no food shortage in the province despite unnecessary stockpiling by some people amid the COVID-19 crisis.
One of the products that consumers were panic buying over the past few weeks was eggs. Despite the sudden spike in purchases, a spokesman with Egg Farmers of Alberta says
Officials with Manitoba Pork have been busy dealing with the fallout from COVID-19.
In a fight against COVID19, FCI is working 24X7 to help 81 crore poor people get food. After the lockdown over 6.71 lakh tonnes of foodgrains have been transported throug
Albertas government is working on an ag employment plan during the outbreak
Safeguarding the Ontario Chicken Industry against COVID-19 - Were all in this together
Due to the gravity of the situation and the social and economic impact of the COVID-19 crisis, Olymel is announcing support measures that will apply to its facilities in