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AFAC celebrates 25 years and pushes ahead at Livestock Care Conference

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Source: Alberta Farm Animal Care Dr. Temple Grandin and other top experts discussed farm animal care Celebrating 25 years while pursuing opportunities to raise the bar. This was the focus of a broad contingent of livestock industry and farm animal care community participants who came together for the Livestock Care Conference, March 14-15 in Olds,

‘You try to protect what you can’: Fire causes $2M in damages to Osler-area dairy farm

Source: CBC News Saskatoon Dairy cattle among what was kept safe during Monday night firefighting effort It’s a total loss. That’s what firefighters say of a large quonset containing semi trailers that caught fire at a dairy farm in the Osler area on Monday night. The family who owns the farm is safe but there were approximately

Manitoba celebrates Agriculture Awareness Day with a focus on youth, careers in agriculture

Source: Manitoba Agriculture Food, and Rural Initiatives Sixty high school students from the Pembina Trails School Division joined Agriculture Minister Ralph Eichler today at Fort Richmond Collegiate to celebrate Agriculture Awareness Day and learn more about exciting careers available in the agriculture industry. “Agriculture is an incredibly exciting industry to be a part of in Manitoba,”

Government of Canada launches Agricultural Clean Technology program

Source: Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada Canadian farmers are important drivers of the Canadian economy, and also make important contributions in the fight against climate change by adopting sustainable technologies and practices. Clean technology permits farmers to undertake efficient uses of energy and the production of renewable energy, while contributing to the protection of the soil,

Trevor Hargreaves: Foreign lobbyists want to kill Canada’s effective supply management system

Source: The Province As NAFTA rhetoric ramps up, the U.S. has been throwing rocks at Canada’s agricultural system of supply management. This serves their interests, not ours, as supply management operates in the Canadian national interest. Here’s a quick debrief on how it works: For several sizeable Canadian agricultural commodities (most notably dairy, egg and

Government of Canada Supports Innovative Quebec Dairy Producers

Source: Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada The dairy sector is a key driver of our economy with nearly $24 billion in sales by farmers and food processors, including over $7 billion in Quebec. When dairy farmers prosper, Canadian families benefit from high-quality products, and a strong and dynamic agricultural sector. Speaking today during a tour of

Legislation Introduced to Implement Made in Manitoba Climate and Green Plan

Farmscape for March 16, 2018 Rochelle Squires – Sustainable Development Minister Manitoba Rochelle Squires News Conference 9:07 Listen The Government of Manitoba has introduced new legislation that will implement the “Made in Manitoba Climate and Green Plan.” The climate and green plan implementation act, introduced yesterday, contains five separate acts that would cover specific environment and

Alberta Milk has strong support from producers

Source: Ponoka News There’s 100 per cent supply management support from producers Negotiating tactics aside, those in charge of the dairy industry in Alberta are confident the support is there to continue with the current system of supply and distribution employed in Canada. Tom Kootstra, board chair of Alberta Milk, explained the supply management system

Government of Canada Supports Quebec Dairy Producer to Modernize Farm

Source: Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada The dairy sector contributes $24 billion to the Canadian economy through sales by farmers and food processors, including over $7 billion in Quebec. Speaking March 14, 2018 at Ferme Élégante, Marie-Claude Bibeau (Compton—Stanstead), Minister of International Development and La Francophonie, on behalf of Agriculture and Agri-Food Minister Lawrence MacAulay, highlighted the

Minister MacAulay visits Boston to promote Canada-U.S. agricultural trade

Source: Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada On the heels of successful missions to Tennessee and California, Minister MacAulay travelled to Boston, Massachusetts this week to attend Seafood Expo North America, the largest seafood trade exposition in North America. This two-day mission will help to strengthen trade between Canada and the United States, driving economic growth, creating

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