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Kelsey Johnson 13h
Hey twitter peeps, I’m taking a break from work and social media for the next little while. In my absence is your point man for all things Sprout and . Here’s a Gif of a donkey in a hammock for your bemusement until I return. 😂
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Manitoba Co-operator 1m
'Eat well. Live well.' – A plateful of advice offered in new Canada's Food Guide, released today.
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Christina Crowley-Arklie 5h
Has anyone from been asked to do media or provide comment on the newly-unveiled ?!
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Alberta Agriculture and Forestry Jan 16
In the newest issue of Agri-News: Snow packs and soil moisture Working well workshops New exporters mission to Seattle And much, much more. Read it here:
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Dr Megan Elizabeth 23h
Canada’s ag sector is undergoing dramatic transformations. Climate change & other challenges are motivating many producers to rethink how they produce food. Rather than perpetuating polarization, bold leadership should work toward consensus among groups.
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Brian Tischler Jan 15
Can you imagine the weed resistance issues had we not had HT canola the last 24 years? Wall to Wall wild oats.
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Grainews Jan 17
[VIDEO] In this episode of eQuipTV, Scott Garvey finds out what value producers can expect when buying a truck that costs a little more.
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AAFC Canada Jan 21
Have you ever wondered how farming practices have advanced over time? Check out how far we've come in the last 150 years with our "Agriculture: then and now" series.
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Farm Credit Canada Jan 21
What can you expect for the poultry sector in 2019? Read our new broilers outlook report to find out how key economic trends could affect your operation this year.
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The Western Producer Jan 17
Canadian canola trade on edge over Chinese tensions
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FMC Ag Canada Jan 21
Don't ditch the coat and boots too soon...the 2019 Farmer's Almanac is predicting a late start to spring, with winter hanging on well into April - especially in Quebec and the Maritimes.
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The Western Producer Jan 17
Beyond health and safety, glyphosate raises milling questions
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Karla Fehr 10h
Have a great time connecting with supporters
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AAFC Canada Jan 21
Intercropping might be the next big thing in . Our researchers are intercropping chickpea and flax and finding it to be a potentially beneficial practice:
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Sean Pratt 10h
S&P Global Platts is reporting that Egypt will buy up to 1.7 million tonnes of U.S. wheat this year as Russian supplies dwindle. At least three Panamax vessels being loaded now. Is this the start of a rally?
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Regional Ec Dev 12h
According to the new infographic on the education of Canadian farm operators- in 2016, 39% of farm operators were university or college educated
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Farm Credit Canada 8h
If you're involved in cranberry, blueberry, or maple syrup production, read our new horticulture sector outlook to find out what you can expect in 2019.
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CFGA_ACPF 14h
News from the CFGA 2018 conference: Economics guide forage genetic research. >
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Farm Marketer 5h
Great presentation at by about Information Bombardment, current tech and new tech headed our way soon. Some pretty mind blowing innovations coming. Great presentation Nick!
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Canada in Bangladesh 26m
Sometimes it just takes some perspective to fuel new ideas. Find out how scientists are using to increase potato production:
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