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  • Early signs point to strong Prairie winter wheat crop

    May 11/18

    Prairie winter wheat seems to have survived periods of extreme cold and low snowfall, preliminary findings...

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  • Early detection key to tackling clubroot

    May 11/18

    Getting ahead Clubroot was confirmed in a limited number of canola fields in Saskatchewan last year in the northwest and...

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  • Canadian farmers will plant fewer pulse acres in 2018

    May 10/18

    Weaker prices and trade barriers erected by India, the previous top buyer of Canadian pulses, led to widespread speculation...

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  • Salmon group calls for contained fish farms, saying wild salmon need protection

    May 10/18

    VANCOUVER - The foundation created to conserve and rebuild Pacific salmon stocks is calling for a switch from open net-pen...

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  • 'Really brown and tough growing': Drought stressing southern Manitoba communities

    May 10/18

    Bone dry conditions, parched earth and limited water supply is causing stress for communities across southern...

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  • Unauthorized burn leads to $250,000 barn fire

    May 09/18

    A barn was destroyed by fire Monday afternoon when an open burn got out of control. It happened at a farm on Concession 2...

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  • Teaching rural teens about farm safety

    May 09/18

    Kevin Fleming reports from the Calgary Stampede’s Farm Safety Day where rural students are trained to face potential...

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  • Engel Turkey Farms

    May 09/18

    A family farm's turkeys can feed over half-a-million people per year, and keeping equipment running is crucial... Watch Video

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  • Virus killing farmed Pacific and Atlantic salmon raises risk for wild B.C. population: study

    May 08/18

    Scientists have discovered that a highly-contagious virus impacting farmed Atlantic salmon also harms their Pacific cousins,...

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  • 'Mother Nature was very good to us': Upside to dry spring for some Manitobans

    May 08/18

    The dry spring may be wreaking havoc for firefighters, but there is some good news for people who live in flood prone...

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