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  • Take extra care storing grain this harvest

    Aug 24/18, Category crops/grain

    Hot harvest weather, multi-stage crops and weeds will require Prairie farmers to take extra care to ensure their stored...

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  • What's influencing grain markets?

    Aug 23/18, Category crops/grain finance

    With farmers rolling ahead into the busy harvest season, I thought I would compile a few bigger picture issues influencing...

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  • Alleged Iowa killer worked on dairy farm under fake name: employer

    Aug 23/18, Category general

    BROOKLYN, Iowa -- For years, the young man from Mexico presented himself as a legal U.S. resident and reliable worker at a...

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  • Canada's cattle industry tightening their belts as droughts hurt pastures

    Aug 23/18, Category livestock

    Cattle producers on the Prairies are hoping for the best but preparing for the worst as an ongoing drought continues to...

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  • Impact Farming Show - Guest Dr. Georges

    Aug 22/18, Category impact farming

    On this episode of Impact Farming, we sit down with Dr. Georges to discuss mental health and farming. Stressed? Short on...

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  • Man suffers burns as blaze destroys southern Manitoba grain elevator

    Aug 22/18, Category general

    A fire has destroyed a grain elevator in southern Manitoba and left a man in a Winnipeg hospital for treatment of...

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  • Saskatchewan farmer's death triggers emotional harvest of love and respect

    Aug 22/18, Category general

    MILESTONE, Sask. - Volunteers have rallied to harvest the large wheat crop of a deceased Saskatchewan farmer who is being...

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  • Current economic environment yields a cloudy outlook for farm equipment sales

    Aug 22/18, Category general

    We project total tractor sales to increase 1.4% in 2018 and decline 1.6% in 2019. The outlook for combine and 4WD tractor...

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  • How a $1.3M spectrometer is helping Agriculture Canada scientists on P.E.I.

    Aug 21/18, Category technology

    cientists with Agriculture Canada on P.E.I. are putting a new $1.3 million piece of equipment to good use, and they hope...

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  • Canadian Pacific moved more grain last year in spite of extreme weather

    Aug 21/18, Category crops/grain

    Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. moved one per cent more grain over the past year than in 2016-17, despite a frigid Prairie...

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