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Farmers Encouraged to Be Aware of the Warning Signs of Stress

Farmscape for April 17, 2018 Dr. Andria Jones-Bitton – University of Guelph Full Interview 12:34 Listen An Associate Professor with the University of Guelph says it’s important for those involved in agriculture and those around them to be aware of the signs that indicate someone is facing excessive stress. Research conducted by the University of Guelph

Governments of Canada and British Columbia agree to five year partnership to grow B.C.’s agricultural economy

Source: Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada British Columbia’s hard-working farmers and food processors are a key component of the economy and continue to see a growing global demand for their world-class products. The federal and provincial governments have agreed to a five-year funding partnership to help B.C.’s agriculture and agri-foods sector meet those demands. Federal Agriculture

What Trump’s renewed interest in TPP means for Canada

Source: The Star If the U.S. joins the Trans-Pacific Partnership deal it could negatively affect NAFTA negotiations Donald Trump is reportedly musing that he might join the 11-nation Trans-Pacific Partnership free trade deal. If he is serious, the angst-ridden negotiations over the North American Free Trade Agreement, as well as NAFTA itself, could become largely

Family Farm Sizes Increase but Values Remain Constant

Farmscape for April 13, 2018 Amy Matheson – Farm and Food Care Ontario Full Interview 9:39 Listen The Communications and Special Events Manager with Farm and Food Care says, while farms have become bigger, the values of what it means to be part of a family farm have not changed. Farm and Food Care was created

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Government of Canada Invests to Strengthen the Dairy Industry

Source: Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada Canadian milk and dairy products are world-renowned for their excellence, variety and high-quality, thanks to farmers and processors who follow the highest standards for safety, quality, and animal welfare. A strong and competitive dairy industry is vital to Canada’s prosperity, creating good jobs, growing the middle class, and bringing high-quality dairy

Kubota Canada announces the construction of a new facility in Ontario

Source: Kubota Canada news release Owing to its growing success in Canada, Kubota Canada Ltd. (KCL) will be moving its operations to a new facility located in Pickering, Ontario, by the end of 2019. As part of KCL’s ongoing commitment to deliver high-quality products and top-tier customer service, the new facility will be designed to

Moving Toward a National Solution for Dairy Cattle Traceability: DairyTrace

Source: Dairy Farmers of Canada and Canadian Dairy Network Dairy Farmers of Canada (DFC) and Canadian Dairy Network (CDN) are very pleased with the significant progress made towards achieving the dairy cattle industry goal of a national traceability system, called DairyTrace. Dairy farmers want to provide consumers with the knowledge that we have very high standards in

NAFTA: End the concessions in supply management!

Source: Les Producteurs de lait du Québec Les Producteurs de lait du Québec is concerned about the future of the 5,300 family farms and the 83,000 jobs generated by milk production, as the NAFTA negotiations heat up. “The constant threat of new market concessions – which looms over our farms and our families, our financial and

KAP meeting passes resolutions relating to the environment and to grain transportation

Source: Keystone Agricultural Producers of Manitoba Delegates to Keystone Agricultural Producers’ spring advisory council meeting on Friday passed 10 resolutions – including two that address plastic waste from grain bags, silage covers and bale covers, as well as seed fertilizer and pesticide containers. Delegates called on KAP to work with Cleanfarms Manitoba and other interested

Hot topics drive agenda for Canada’s leading animal nutrition conference

Source: Animal Nutrition Conference of Canada There is still time to register for the 2nd Animal Nutrition Conference of Canada May 2-3 in Edmonton How can new science-based knowledge and innovation help Canada’s feed industry build a successful future? What impact will a major regulatory overhaul have on the sector? How will feed industry participants

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