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  • Government of Saskatchewan released results of clubroot survey

    Jan 10/19, Category crops/grain

    Visible signs of clubroot have been confirmed in 43 commercial canola fields and the clubroot pathogen was confirmed in soil...

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  • Keep an eye on U.S.-China trade war

    Jan 09/19, Category crops/grain

    Expect another year of tight margins in the Canadian crop sector for 2019, Farm Credit Canada predicts in its Ag Economics...

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  • Mixed red meat outlook for 2019

    Jan 09/19, Category livestock

    Canadian beef and hog producers benefited from a robust demand for red meats in 2018 in terms of trade, yet prices were...

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  • Early 2019 expected to bring El Niño-like weather

    Jan 09/19, Category general

    Looking forward to what remains of the winter season, there are a few concerns on the horizon. Over the last several weeks,...

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  • Impact Farming Show - Gerry Friesen - A Farmer's Journey Through Stress, Depression, and Anxiety

    Jan 09/19, Category impact farming

    On this episode of Impact Farming, we sit down with Gerry Friesen to discuss his journey with stress, depression, and...

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  • P.E.I. farm population shrinking, getting older, faster than rest of Canada's

    Jan 08/19, Category general

    The number of people involved in farming, which has been falling for more than a century, is dropping at a faster rate on...

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  • Province takes steps to curb 'devastating' barn fires

    Jan 08/19, Category general

    The Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs (OMAFRA) is hoping to prevent barn fires that not only destroy...

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  • Ontario animal cruelty laws should be enforced by public sector: report

    Jan 08/19, Category general

    TORONTO -- A report from two animal rights groups released Monday urges the Ontario government to have members of the public...

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  • Owner wants to see tougher laws after she claims her horses were mistreated

    Jan 07/19, Category livestock

    A Cochrane woman says she’s happy her horses are safe at home but wants to see some improvements to animal cruelty laws in...

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  • Manitoba family believes they've created world's largest snow maze

    Jan 07/19, Category general

    A Manitoba family has created what they believe to be the largest snow maze anywhere in the world. A Maze in Snow, as it’s...

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