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  • Ag in the City a hit with Saskatoon residents

    Apr 15/19, Category general

    Saskatoon residents flocked to Lawson Heights mall on Saturday for something other than shopping — the annual Ag in the...

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  • EU approves conditions for limited trade talks with U.S.

    Apr 15/19, Category general

    BRUSSELS -- The European Union approved Monday its terms for negotiating a new trade deal with the United States, but set up...

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  • Fresh flour mills cater to consumers seeking whole, traceable baking ingredients

    Apr 15/19, Category general

    VANCOUVER - In a small warehouse near the southern edge of Vancouver, a man scoops freshly milled flour into brown paper...

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  • New rodeo finals coming to Agribition in 2019

    Apr 12/19, Category general livestock

    The Canadian Western Agribition will host the Maple Leaf Finals rodeo in 2019. It’s a new professional circuit in...

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  • Top 3 tips for farm worker recruitment

    Apr 12/19, Category general

    Producers know hiring the right people for the job is essential to their business success. However, given the labour...

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  • Plant diversity is key to pasture management

    Apr 12/19, Category general crops/grain

    Plant diversity plays a significant role in flourishing pastures. Diverse forage stands offer numerous advantages,...

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  • Soil health key issue at agriculture leaders' forum

    Apr 11/19, Category general

    P.E.I.'s four party leaders addressed how they would improve soil health in the province at a debate sponsored by the P.E.I....

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  • Dairy safety net program expected in June

    Apr 11/19, Category livestock general

    MONTPELIER, Vt. - An insurance program to help hard-pressed dairy farmers is expected to be ready for enrolment in June, the...

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  • Canada still enjoys old NAFTA benefits as new deal awaits ratification: Freeland

    Apr 11/19, Category general

    OTTAWA - Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland says Canada has kept its privileged access to the U.S. market even as...

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  • MacNutt farm still battling illegal flooding eight years later

    Apr 10/19, Category general

    Farmers in MacNutt has been dealing with illegal flooding from neighbours for eight years, and the farmers, along with the...

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