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  • Farmers demand strong political response to expanding trade obstacles for Canada

    Apr 10/19, Category crops/grain general finance

    OTTAWA - Canola farmers whose livelihoods have been targeted by China in its feud with Canada say it's time for the federal...

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  • A brief review of dairy’s financial fitness

    Apr 10/19, Category livestock general

    Our Financial Fitness series offers two instructional take-aways: We must look at several ratios together to see what’s...

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  • Impact Farming Show - Gail Schafer & Jonathan Small - A Seat at the Farm Family Business Table

    Apr 10/19, Category impact farming

    On this episode of Impact Farming, we sit down with Gail Schafer and Jonathan Small from Global Ag Risk Solutions, to...

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  • Alberta election Day 21: Pipelines, oil to B.C., agriculture and a party platform

    Apr 09/19, Category general

    Three weeks after the writ was dropped, Alberta’s party leaders were spread out around the province on Monday. Here’s a...

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  • From 1981: How much P.E.I. farmland should one company control?

    Apr 09/19, Category general

    The largest potato processor in P.E.I. wanted to purchase a large amount of farmland, but the provincial government wouldn't...

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  • Maple Leaf to build US$310-million facility for plant-based protein in Indiana

    Apr 09/19, Category livestock

    MISSISSAUGA, Ont. - Maple Leaf Foods Inc. is building a US$310-million plant-based protein facility near Indianapolis, with...

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  • Fire crews extinguish large blaze at fish farm northwest of Lethbridge

    Apr 08/19, Category general

    A fire northwest of Lethbridge has left a devastating mark on a farming operation, according to its owners. Flames broke...

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  • After cyclone and cholera, Mozambique now battles hunger

    Apr 08/19, Category general

    BOPIRA, Mozambique -- Mozambique's first disaster was a cyclone. The second has been cholera. Now hunger could be the...

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  • How to help microbes improve your soil

    Apr 08/19, Category crops/grain

    There’s an entire ecosystem in your soil that’s as complex as the Serengeti. Among the teeming life underground are...

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  • 'The world will never be the same:' Humboldt one year after deadly bus crash

    Apr 05/19, Category general

    HUMBOLDT, Sask. -- After the last funeral, Matteo Carboni didn't go back. Ten months passed before the minister from...

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