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  • Aldergrove residents say legal grow-op is loud, smelly and ruining neighbourhood

    Jul 04/18, Category crops/grain general

     Some Aldergrove residents say a government-approved cannabis farm is making their neighbourhood miserable. Steve Dreise...

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  • Taking a trip back in time

    Jul 04/18, Category general

    From CTV Kitchener's Stu Gooden: Stu takes a trip back to 1914 at the Doon Heritage Village checking out how farm life was...

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  • July outlook for Canadian crops remains positive despite uncertainty

    Jul 04/18, Category crops/grain

     As the 2017-18 marketing year (MY) winds down, our January forecast holds fast for several Canadian crops. Corn production...

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  • Why some Canadian farmers are still choosing horses over tractors

    Jul 03/18, Category general

    Finding a tractor would have been easy, but Mylaine Massicotte wanted horses. After her last draft horse died last fall,...

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  • Failure to address dangerous old equipment a 'black eye' for Alberta farm rules, professor says

    Jun 29/18, Category general crops/grain

    The NDP government's failure to address the dangers of old equipment in its new rules for Alberta farmers puts a "black eye"...

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  • Parched Prairies threatens cattle feed shortages

    Jun 29/18, Category livestock

     Cattle producers in the driest parts of the Prairies are facing feed shortfalls. Dryness impacting growth rates and yield...

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  • B.C. cherry growers anticipate strong season

    Jun 29/18, Category crops/grain

     Canadian cherry growers anticipate more, top-quality fruit and better market conditions will make this year’s crop easier...

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  • World's wine industry working to adapt to climate change

    Jun 28/18, Category crops/grain

     DALLAS, Ore. - When an Oregon valley famed for its wine heats up under the afternoon sun, Pacific Ocean winds rush through...

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  • Alberta to bring in health and safety rules to protect farm workers by December

    Jun 28/18, Category general

    EDMONTON - Alberta farm and ranch workers will be able to use older equipment and forgo the use of a seatbelt if it's not...

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  • Weather and trade issues drive grain markets

    Jun 28/18, Category crops/grain

    Grain and oilseed markets suffered through a challenging month, trading well off their highs posted during the latter parts...

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