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  • Ireland to ban sales of new petrol and diesel cars by 2030

    Jun 19/19, Category general

    Ireland has announced it will ban the sale of new petrol and diesel vehicles by 2030 as part of its new climate change...

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  • Framework forms around fledgling US hemp industry

    Jun 19/19, Category general

    AURORA, Ore. - A unit of wheat is called a bushel, and a standard weight of potatoes is called a century. But hemp as a...

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  • Canola meal, oil and seed: a look at profitability across the supply chain

    Jun 19/19, Category general

    A strong domestic processing industry is one of the reasons canola prices have not declined sharply under current market...

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  • Advancing Women in Agriculture - Newfoundland & Labrador Funding

    Jun 18/19, Category general

    At AWC we believe in women in agriculture and want to support women as much as possible.  For the last 4 years we have...

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  • Advancing Women in Agriculture - Manitoba Producer Funding

    Jun 18/19, Category general

    At AWC we believe in women in agriculture and want to support women as much as possible.  For the last 4 years we have...

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  • Advancing Women in Agriculture - New Brunswick Producer Funding

    Jun 18/19, Category general

    At AWC we believe in women in agriculture and want to support women as much as possible.  For the last 4 years we have...

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  • Quebec Premier apologizes to agronomist who blew whistle on pesticide study

    Jun 17/19, Category general

    Quebec Premier Francois Legault apologized Friday to a whistleblower who was fired after going public with concerns about...

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  • Online farmers market set to launch in Alberta

    Jun 17/19, Category general

    You’ll soon be able to order fresh, locally grown produce and meat and have it delivered right to your front...

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  • A business management team can improve your farm

    Jun 17/19, Category general

    A business management team can be an advantage, but just a minority of producers builds one. “Research shows only 32 per...

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  • 'Not doing good': Sask. crops struggling ahead of expected rainfall

    Jun 14/19, Category general crops/grain

    Some Saskatchewan farmers have serious concerns on this year’s growing season if the province doesn’t receive some rainfall...

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