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  • Popular Waterloo tree farm introduces a pumpkin patch for the first time

    Sep 10/20, Category general

    WATERLOO -- Benjamin Tree Farm has been a Christmas tradition for 30 years, operating as a choose-and-cut retail business in...

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  • City seeking funding assurances to take over seasonal agriculture worker COVID isolation and recovery centre

    Sep 09/20, Category general

    WINDSOR, ONT. -- The City of Windsor is being asked to assume responsibility for operating the COVID-19 isolation and...

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  • 'Unsolicited seeds' arriving in Victoria mailboxes

    Sep 09/20, Category general

    VICTORIA -- Mysterious seeds that have been mailed across Canada this year have started arriving in Victoria, according to...

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  • IF 101: “Food Bullying: How To Avoid Buying B.S.” w/ Michele Payn

    Sep 08/20, Category impact farming

    STREAM PODCAST LIVE All our episodes are available on the following popular audio and video destinations: Podcast: iTunes...

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  • Federal department recommends Ottawa pursue Sask. irrigation project

    Sep 08/20, Category general crops/grain

    REGINA -- Western Economic Diversification Canada is recommending the federal government help fund Saskatchewan’s $4 billion...

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  • An American farmer planted more than 2 million sunflowers to provide a respite during this rough year

    Sep 08/20, Category general

    Everyone could use a little sunshine in their life right now, so a Wisconsin farmer decided that's what he was going to do,...

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  • First wave of funding doled out to help food processors with COVID-19 upgrades

    Sep 08/20, Category general

    The federal government has started providing cash for food processors across the country to help them deal with COVID-19.A...

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  • Federal study touts economic benefits of Sask $4B irrigation expansion

    Sep 04/20, Category crops/grain

    A federal government study is touting the economic benefits of Saskatchewan's multi-billion dollar irrigation plan.Critics,...

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  • Why pig farming became more profitable in 1982

    Sep 04/20, Category livestock

    The old financial adage of "buy low, sell high" proved to be solid advice in 1982 when it came to the purchase of pigs."It's...

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  • Locusts now threatening parts of southern Africa, UN says

    Sep 04/20, Category general

    JOHANNESBURG -- Locusts are threatening another part of Africa, with up to 7 million people in the southern region facing...

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