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CETA Opens Doors for Canadian Farmers and Food Processors at Major European Trade Show

Source: Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada Canada’s farmers and food processors will see more of their goods exported to Europe. The Honourable Lawrence MacAulay, Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food, yesterday completed the first leg of a 10-day European agricultural trade mission in Cologne, Germany. As part of his efforts to build on the momentum of the

Canadian dairy tech company wins $1M to locate in Buffalo

Source: CTV News A Canadian startup company whose invention lets dairy farmers check the quality of milk from individual cows is getting $1 million to set up shop in Buffalo. SomaDetect is the grand prize winner of the fourth annual 43North competition. The New York state-sponsored contest is meant to bring economic development to western

iGPS Logistics Now Offering Direct Food Contact Level Safety For Customers

Source: iGPS Logistics Plastic pallet pooler responds to industry demand by exceeding all FSMA standards iGPS Logistics, the leading plastic pallet pooling service provider in North America, now offers the capability to deliver direct food contact level safety for its pallet customers. The revolutionary method applies a food contact surface sanitizer to iGPS plastic pallets,

LALLEMAND ISSUES RULES FOR STORING, HANDLING INOCULANTS

Source: Lallemand news release Ensuring the value of your forage inoculant investment starts by handling the products with a little extra care, recommends Bob Charley, Ph.D., Forage Products Manager, Lallemand Animal Nutrition. “Inoculants contain live, viable bacteria and need to be handled carefully,” Dr. Charley says. “Some of these challenges can be addressed by the

Canadian Dairy Farmers Celebrate World School Milk Day

Source: Dairy farmers of Canada Dairy Farmers of Canada (DFC) is proud to join over 40 countries across the globe to celebrate World School Milk Day, and highlight the positive contributions the program has made to the health and well-being of children across Canada, so they can play, learn, and grow. “Dairy farmers truly believe

Three generations keep Milton dairy farm successful

Source: InsideHalton.com Local politicians as well as members of the Halton Agricultural Advisory Committee tour several farms as part of the annual Halton Farm and Food Tour. One of the stops included Milton’s Swiss Line Farms a three generation family farm, operated by the Egger family. Farmer owner Roland Egger explains the farm business to

Government of Canada Hosts Roundtable on North American Free Trade Agreement with Agricultural Stakeholder

Source: Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada news release As Canada, the United States and Mexico continue to work towards modernizing the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), the Government of Canada remains committed to hearing from Canadians from across the country about trade. The Honourable Lawrence MacAulay, Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food, and the Honourable Andrew

PHIBRO ANIMAL HEALTH ANNOUNCES IMPROVEMENTS IN OMNIGEN-AF NUTRITIONAL SPECIALTY PRODUCT

Source: Phibro Animal Health Corporation news release Phibro announces it has improved its OmniGen-AF nutritional specialty product to optimize its mixing and handling characteristics when used in feed manufacturing systems and on-farm mixing. Phibro’s team of engineering and manufacturing experts have successfully designed and implemented a new proprietary manufacturing process for OmniGen-AF, after several years

Dairy consortium meets on campus to set research priorities

Source: UToday About 80 researchers, graduate students, farmers and agricultural organizations from across Western Canada met on campus this week to discuss dairy industry priorities and current and future research projects into dairy cattle. The Dairy Research and Extension Consortium of Alberta (DRECA) is a partnership founded by UCalgary, University of Alberta, Alberta Milk and

Wall of Fame grows once again

Source: Community Press They were giants in their time who changed the course of history. And they’re among the newest crop of innovators to be added onto the Quinte Wall of Fame. Norm McWaters and Keith and Marjorie Donnan of Hastings were joined by Douglas Parks of Prince Edward County, Glen Cole of Northumberland and

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