Image shows government is out of touch with rural Ontario, according to some members of the ag community
Disease pressure in Manitoba fields appears to be low at this point
Every Toronto FC, Vancouver Whitecaps and Montreal Impact goal isn’t just good for the teams, they’re also good for the environment. Hu
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Dry conditions in many parts of the province are having an impact on forage growth and quality.
From July 25 to 31, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada and the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) are promoting the importance of livesto
Harvest has started earlier than normal in the southwest part of Saskatchewan because of extremely dry conditions and yields are not expect
Producers are being advised to scout their Lentil crops for any signs of pea aphids.
Livestock producers who have not already registered the locations on which they have animals are being encouraged to do so.
The Canadian Federation of Agriculture (CFA) is pleased to see that several of its concerns have been addressed by Canada’s agriculture m
Livestock traceability protects Canada’s livestock industry and the public’s well-being by strengthening the ability to respond quickly
It’s been 10 years since a new horticultural research facility in Niagara Region was launched as the Vineland Research and Innovation Cen
Business Risk Management programs will once again be part of the next agricultural policy framework.
The California Air Resource Board announced on July 20, 2017 that it has certified a biodiesel additive that will make B20 blends in Califo
Congress must revise the dairy safety net program established in the 2014 Farm Bill to provide farmers with effective risk management prote
Fargo, North Dakota – The North Dakota Corn Growers Association (NDCGA) sent delegates to Washington, DC to meet with Congressional staff
U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue today hosted a 90-minute working breakfast meeting involving principals who are members of the A
Soybean farmer Kevin Scott testified on the importance of risk management programs within the nation’s farm legislation at a hearing befo
Researchers hope to develop a national mental health literacy program for the ag industry
Illinois soybeans haven’t faced large amounts of disease pressure, according to a DEKALB agronomist
Trimble and CNH Industrial, a global leader in agricultural equipment, announced today that they are enabling wireless connectivity between
Researchers have long known that transportation can be stressful for horses—not only for their minds but also for their bodies. Still, sc
Did you know the average horse’s stomach only has a 2- to 4-gallon capacity? That’s because it was designed to digest a small but stead
Other top sellers included Case IH combines and a New Holland tractor
First off today we continue our interview with Allan Pelletier, director of livestock traceability with Alberta Agriculture and Forestry, a
Now is the time farmers should be scouting their wheat and barley crops for fusarium.
Livestock traceability protects Canada's livestock industry and the public's well-being by strengthening the ability to respond quickly to
Warm, dry and windy weather conditions prevailed across the province allowing for favourable drying of soil surface.
Ag leaders across Canada are looking forward to the new Canadian Agricultural Partnership, which was announced on Friday.
(Wallenstein) Wallenstein Feed & Supply Ltd. (WFS), a feed manufacturing company based in Wallenstein, Ontario, has announced a donation of
Speaker: Dr. Lisa Becton, director of swine health information and research, National Pork Board
The Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea outbreak that has spread throughout swine operations in southeastern Manitoba since the end of April appears
A program originally set up in Ontario to combat Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome has been has been extremely effective in dea
Pigs could assist in putting only the most successful drugs on pharmacy shelves, thanks to Penn State University researchers.
he third day of competition at the 2017 Adequan/FEI North American Junior & Young Rider Championships (NAJYRC), presented by Gotham North,
Crop insurance and commodity title programs have been critical for helping farmers survive sustained low commodity prices, and they should
Did you know the average horse’s stomach only has a 2- to 4-gallon capacity?
Sukup Manufacturing Co. employees, Brent Hansen and John Hanig are no strangers to the Grain Elevator and Processing Society community. In
A Food Policy for Canada will set a long-term vision for the health, environmental, social, and economic goals related to food, while ident
Farmer applies fungicide with tornado in the background
Next we take a look at the highlights from the latest crop report, with conditions as of July 18, 2017.
And a quick note that Canada’s agriculture ministers signed a $3 billion partnership with Ottawa at the close of two days of meetings in
The President of the Canadian Association of Swine Veterinarians says a new more virulent strain of PRRS is creating new challenges for por
The 2017 Grasslands Sheep Exhibition attracted some top quality animals this year.
When he was 9 years old, Devon Donald started his own purebred Angus herd. Eleven years later, he has been presented with the Canadian Angu
Show Manager Rob O’Connor says they have seen a lot of interest in this year’s show with strong attendance.