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Billi J Miller 3h
This was hilarious... here’s my attempt at a Friday night “cheer-up” for . Reply and type “I love farmlife because...” and hit the middle button until you get a full sentence 😊👍🏻
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MB Women in Ag &Food 2h
1/Jamie (one of our Board Members) is generously hosting a farm tour of this weekend. Hope to see you on Sunday at 13:30! Where: Zinn Farms in Springstein, MB. Want to learn more about where your food comes from? Want to meet your farmer?
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Agri-Trade Sep 18
There is such a vast diversity of farms in Canada; many having a mix of livestock and crops! What animals do you have on your farm? Not listed? Let us know in the comments!
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AAFC Canada Sep 20
Replying to @AAFC_Canada
The correct answer is C! Not all insects are pests and many are actually really beneficial to . Scientist Dr. Tyler Wist explains how.
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CBC Saskatchewan 6h
'It's pretty stressful': Snow threatens northwest Sask. harvest | CBC News
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Farm Credit Canada 14h
Good morning! Here’s your Friday morning news round-up!
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Autumn Lawson Sep 18
Would any beef people be willing to give a tour or speak on a topic to the U of S Beef Team? Our team is a great group and eager to learn!
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John Barlow 13h
Check it out! The top 10 Trade Highlights: CPTPP. For the full video, check out my facebook page:
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Usask AgBizz Club Sep 11
Would anyone like the opportunity to speak or to give a tour to this years agriculture students? We are looking for people who are interested in speaking at this years AgBizz Club meetings or who are interested in us giving tours!
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Kelly 🇨🇦🐄⛸ 8h
Food for thought.... If you ever get he chance to go to Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Visit the University of Saskatchewan n tour the Dairy facility or whatever turns your crank. Lot to see n do here.
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AAFC Canada 12h
investing $70M to support and to help farmers grow food more sustainably:
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AAFC Canada 9h
The sector is on the right path as continued growth is expected for the next 10 years. Check out the details:
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The Agenda | TVO Sep 18
"Canadians want to know where genetically engineered, genetically modified foods are in grocery store shelves." — Lucy Sharratt of . Tonight on The Agenda, the current state of , with , , , and
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Rachel Brighton 30m
Short line located near communities have an edge on innovation, because they can fine-tune their products to meet needs of and – via Jennifer Blair
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Vaderstad Canada Sep 19
If fall fertilizer banding is on the to-do list, Seed Hawk is the drill for the job. The functionality of the iCon cart, with its Fenix III metering and multiple compartments, provides product flexibility while the opener system ensures precision placement every time.
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The Agenda | TVO Sep 18
How should Health Canada, Canadian farmers, and Canadian consumers deal with the new food biotech landscape? Tonight on The Agenda, with , , , Lucy Sharratt of , and At 8/11pm
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Emmett Sawyer Sep 11
Lately both in high school and now in university I hear a lot about "fertilizer leaching" and that as farmers we are hurting the enviroment because of this. Is there any real data on this?? Or is this just another false statement?
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Himadry Singh 7h
Always so impressed with the Ag community and their willingness to give.
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Mike Pasztor 15h
I suppose they do get rain there in the summer..... 😲
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Billi J Miller 2h
Hang in there everyone <3
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