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New app by Phibro helps dairy producers track trends, maximize performance

Source: Phibro news release Any dairy producer will tell you that data is a powerful tool in managing herd health and performance. From urine pH to feed intake to milk output, cows create a wealth of data points to be tracked, analyzed and learned from. Managing and analyzing this data is an important task but

Farmers supportive of federal government stand on trade

Farmscape for July 19, 2018 Lawrence MacAulay – Canada-Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food Lawrence MacAulay Conference Call 12:59 Listen Canada’s Agriculture Minister says Canada’s agricultural community has been very supportive of the federal government’s handling of issues related to Canada-U.S. trade. In response to U.S. tariffs on imported aluminum and steel Canada, Mexico, the European Union

Canadian dairy farmers came together from coast to coast for Annual General Meeting in Quebec

Source: Dairy Farmers of Canada Dairy Farmers of Canada (DFC) had its Annual General Meeting (AGM) yesterday in Quebec’s beautiful capital, bringing together farmers from all regions of the country and industry stakeholders. DFC President Pierre Lampron addressed the assembly, highlighting that the Canadian dairy industry is facing new challenges, including international trade and the

U.S. still pushing for end to dairy supply management as part of NAFTA talks: diplomat

Source: National Post, Tom Blackwell The dairy sector has been a surprisingly hot-button issue in wrangling over a new North American Free Trade Agreement, with Trump repeatedly complaining about protection of the Canadian industry Despite recent suggestions to the contrary, U.S officials negotiating a new NAFTA trade deal have demanded that Canada end its supply-management system

DFO announces partnerships with Ottawa Senators and Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment Ltd

Source: Dairy Farmers of Ontario Dairy Farmers of Ontario (DFO) enters into multi-year partnership with Ottawa Senators and Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment Ltd. (MLSE), and will invest more than $1.5M to increase youth access to hockey, basketball, and soccer in communities across Ontario. Milk becomes official rehydration and recovery drink of the Ottawa Senators

Canadian fertilizer industry poised to lead agriculture industry in reducing greenhouse gas

Source: Fertilizer Canada news release Canada has the opportunity to become a world leader in reducing greenhouse gas emissions on-farms by helping growers become climate-smart. As the federal, provincial and territorial Agriculture Ministers are set to meet next week, they have the opportunity develop a Pan-Canadian framework for the Canadian agriculture sector contributing to the

U.S. China trade tensions expected to pressure Canadian Ag sector profitability

Farmscape for July 16, 2018 J.P. Gervias – Farm Credit Canada   Full Interview 10:20 Listen Farm Credit Canada says trade tensions between the U.S.. and China are going to be a net negative for Canadian farmers in 2018. Farm Credit Canada has launched its latest series of outlooks for the agriculture and agri-food sectors. J.P. Gervais,

Two Canadian Scientists are Recipients of Prestigious Awards in Animal Breeding and Genetics

Source: Canadian Dairy Network Dr. Flavio Schenkel and Dr. Filippo Miglior were recent recipients of two prestigious awards. Dr. Flavio Schenkel was the 2018 recipient of the J. L. Lush Award in Animal Breeding, presented by the American Dairy Science Association during the Annual Meeting in Knoxville, TN. The J. L. Lush Award was created

Take Your Corn Silage to the Next Level!

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Now that your corn is off to a great start, there are still a few tools in the tool bag to take your corn silage crop to the next level. As we are quickly approaching tasseling in most areas of the province silage producers should be considering the application of a VT Fungicide to their

Canadian Seed Trade Assn announces its new president, board members

Source: Canadian Seed Trade Assn news release At the 95th Annual Meeting of the Canadian Seed Trade Association (CSTA) in Montreal, Quebec, CSTA was pleased to welcome not only its new president, but also new board members. Todd Hyra, of SeCan, will be the 67th President of CSTA. Hyra is known by many as a

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