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Hypor continues to grow throughout the U.S., and the latest addition to their sales team will help accomplish that.
Farmers worried by the President’s handling of trade agreements
Pork producers to discuss industry issues in Kansas City
The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) today announced its continued effort to modernize inspecti
Helping Prince Edward Island farmers and producers maximize the amount of high quality potatoes that make it to market helps grow the econo
According to La Coop fédérée, the Canadian supply management system should not be used as a bargaining chip for the eventual renewal of
The Canadian Agri-Food Trade Alliance (CAFTA) is warning the federal government that failure to sign the Comprehensive and Progressive Tran
Most farmers can’t afford to limit electricity use and are paying high hydro bills as a result, according to Curtis VanQuaethem
University of Saskatchewan poultry researcher Henry Classen is among the 2018 inductees
Following years of working together with the province on crop insurance rates and policies that better represent and support farmers, the M
A veterinarian with South West Ontario Veterinary Services suggests the overall health status of the swine herd, that farm's facilities and
First off today, as we do every Friday, we get an update on the grains and oilseeds markets.
P.E.I. farmers watched the equity on their farm increase by almost 20 per cent in recent years, and while that's the best growth in Atlanti
The Alberta government says it was surprised to hear a controversial climate change speaker was booked by an organization that receives pro
A wheat breeder out of Saskatchewan says there a number of new plant breeding technologies hitting the field.
As a leading Canadian expert in sustainability, Dr. Nathan Pelletier has been awarded a prestigious Industrial Research Chair by the Natura
The Canadian Meat Council is part of the coalition of agricultural industry leaders calling for the Government of Canada to sign on to the
Cattle groups want imported beef products to include proper labels
While cortisol measurements have long been the gold standard in measuring stress in horses, getting those measurements can be stressful in
I’m standing next to Alison Van Eenennaam, and she’s mad. I’m a bit starstruck, as Van Eenennaam is a well-known social media and doc
The average agricultural growth has reached its lowest in the last four years to 1.9 per cent
Global demand and updated agronomy are two reasons why Soy Canada wants more soybeans planted by 2027
Increased carbon in the air could benefit Alberta barley, according to University of Alberta scientists
AGCO, a global leader in the design, manufacture and distribution of agricultural machinery and solutions, today held its first ever AGCO i
For the first time since a single animal was found infected in 2016 on a ranch in south Alberta with bovine TB, Canada’s “TB Free” co
A member of the Board of Directors of Manitoba Pork says pork producers in Manitoba and in Minnesota remain optimistic that a agreement wil
The regional crop specialist in Weyburn says it’s too early to worry about the lack of snow cover in southern Saskatchewan.
Producers thinking about seeding forages or cover crops this year may be interested in a Forage Agronomy Workshop next week in Swift Curren
Years of hard work have paid off for a Winkler grain equipment company.
Federal Ag Minister Lawrence MacAulay announced this week that the Agricultural Youth Green Jobs Initiative is now taking applications for
One of the highlights of this year's Manitoba Ag Days in Brandon has been the grain entrapment demo trailer being showcased by the Canadian
The Canola Council of Canada (CCC) regrets that Richardson International has chosen not to be a CCC core funder in 2018. Other existing cor
The Saskatchewan Stock Growers Association (SSGA) supports the Canadian government signing the Comprehensive and Progressive Trans-Pacific
Calgary Economic Development and Olds College have created a unique business partnership to develop an agri-food corridor north of the city
The canola grower members of the Canola Council of Canada fully appreciate the value they receive from the Canola Council of Canada for the
While strong environmental stewardship practices are already present across much of Ontario’s farmland, producers may now have an additio
Global dairy prices surged in the second auction of the year as buyers anticipated sluggish supply from the world's largest milk exporter,
While bad actors in private industry pose consistent threats to the integrity of the organic food label, the federal government should not
Soybeans were mixed, mostly fractionally higher, rallying from early losses on late, light commercial buying, along with spillover from the
Ahead of the New Year, UkrAgroConsult Company traditionally assesses the distribution of crop planted areas for next year's harvest.
Huge mansions are being built on provincially owned farmland with no intentions of producing any crops or livestock
Other top sellers included a Case IH MX220 tractor and a 2012 Kinze 1300 grain cart
4-H Canada is pleased to announce the induction of Linda Porter of 4-H New Brunswick and Lyndon Carlson of Saskatchewan as 4-H Canada Honou
AGCO Corporation received five 2018 AE50 Awards from the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE).
January's hard frost will help make for a good farm season in 2018, says the P.E.I. Potato Board, and snow coming Wednesday could make it e