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Outstanding Individuals to be Honoured at AGM

Source: Holstein Canada Holstein Canada is pleased to announce that both a Certificate of Superior Accomplishment and a Certificate of Recognition will be presented at the Annual General Meeting in Quebec City, QC on April 14, 2018. Doug Blair of Cobble Hill, BC will receive the Certificate of Superior Accomplishment, while Jean Touchette of Sainte-Françoise-deLotbinière, QC

Coburn introduces Udder Hair Removers EXPRESS Udder Hair Removers are available for sale

Source: The Coburn Company, Inc Coburn introduces new Udder Hair Removers for 2018. Express Udder Hair Removers, distributed by The Coburn Company, Inc., provide an easy, fast, economical and safe alternative for removing udder hair. Express Udder Hair Removers are a great option for udder hair removal to combat mastitis. Removing udder hair helps reduce

SUNNY LANE FARM IN DURHAM, ONTARIO, AWARDED TOP ENVIRONMENTAL AND ANIMAL WELFARE CERTIFICATION

Source: A Greener World — Local farm uses sustainable agriculture methods to earn Certified Animal Welfare Approved by AGW certification for its pasture-raised beef cattle and dairy cattle — The herd of beef cattle and dairy cattle at Sunny Lane Farm is now Certified Animal Welfare Approved by A Greener World (AGW). This certification and food label

Alberta Barley and Alberta Wheat Commission will move ahead with shared management team

Source: Alberta Wheat Commission The Alberta Wheat Commission (AWC) and Alberta Barley today announced that they are moving forward with a shared management structure, providing added value and cost savings to the province’s wheat and barley farmers. The move follows a four-month trial period, during which both boards and management assessed the feasibility of the

2018 Annual Meeting Passed Resolutions

Source: Keystone Agricultural Producers of Manitoba Farm Labour Resolved, THAT KAP establish a committee to prepare a formal proposal to Apprenticeship Manitoba to establish ‘Agricultural Craft’ as a designated trade offered at an accredited post-secondary institution. Resolved, THAT KAP investigate opportunities with educational providers to develop an agricultural operator’s or trade course.​ Land Prices and

Award Winners Announced at the 2018 B.C. Agri-Foods Industry Gala

Source: BC Agriculture Council The BC Agriculture Council (BCAC) is pleased to announce the award recipients from the 16th Annual B.C. Agri-Foods Industry Gala. 1. The “Champion of Agriculture” Award – Presented by Champion Sponsor, Scotiabank Award Recipient: David Schmidt Recognizing his career in agriculture communications and journalism. 2. The “Outstanding Teacher” Award – Presented

Dairy Farmers of Ontario is the title sponsor of the 2018 Recharge with Milk Men’s Tankard

Source: Dairy Farmers of Ontario Dairy Farmers of Ontario (DFO) is helping Ontario’s curling elite to recharge with milk as the title sponsor of the 2018 Recharge with Milk Men’s Tankard Curling Championships. “We are delighted to sponsor this exciting event for the fourth year,” Ralph Dietrich, DFO Board Chair said. “We are proud of

Round 7 of NAFTA Renegotiation Creates Room for Optimism

Farmscape for January 30, 2018 Colin Robertson – Canadian Global Affairs Institute Full Interview 7:51Listen The Vice President of the Canadian Global Affairs Institute says the fact that the renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement will continue is cause for renewed optimism. With Round 6 of the renegotiation of the North American Free Trade

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Statement on the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership

Source: Dairy Processors Association of Canada The Dairy Processors Association of Canada (DPAC) is highly concerned by the announcement that Canada has concluded discussions on the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP). The dairy sector has been clear with the government that, following the withdrawal of the United States last year, the revised CPTPP

New Agri-Food Innovation Centre officially opens in Saskatchewan

Source: Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada The province of Saskatchewan’s agri-food industry today celebrated the grand opening of the new Agri-Food Innovation Centre (AFIC), a 43,000-square foot facility that will diversify the Saskatchewan Food Industry Development Centre’s (Food Centre) capacity to develop and process products from concept to commercialization. Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale, on behalf

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