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CANADIAN AGRICULTURAL HALL OF FAME INDUCTS ITS FIRST WOMEN MEMBERS

Source: Canadian Agricultural Hall of Fame Association news release Ms. Anderson and her fellow inductees, Patty Jones and Jean Szkotnicki were formally inducted into the national Hall of Fame at a ceremony on Thursday, November 30, 2017 in Calgary, Alberta.  The three accomplished women also join an exclusive list; of the more than 210 individuals inducted

Farmer Consumer Communications Need to be Ongoing

Farmscape for November 28, 2017 Toban Dyck – Manitoba Pulse and Soybean Growers Full Interview 10:14 Listen The Director of Communications with the Manitoba Pulse and Soybean Growers suggests communication between farmers and those eat the food they produce needs to be ongoing to keep the gulf between the two from widening. The term social license

Canadian Agricultural Partnership: Setting the foundation for our farmers and food processors

Source: Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada Canada’s hardworking farmers and food processors are the backbone of Canada’s economy, particularly in rural communities, and ensure families across Canada, and around the world, have safe, high-quality food on their kitchen tables. Having identified agriculture and agri-food as a key growth sector, our Government is committed to supporting our

Minister MacAulay wraps up successful China agricultural trade mission

Source: Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food, the Honourable Lawrence MacAulay, today wrapped up a successful 10-day visit to China, finishing a series of promotional events and meetings that raised the profile of Canadian agricultural products to our second-most valuable agri-food export market. The three-city mission will help Canada reach its goal

More than 100 animals dead after fire at Alberta dairy farm

Source: Global News The owner of a large dairy farm north of Edmonton is trying to focus on moving forward after a devastating fire at the property left more than 100 animals dead. Jeff Nonay said an employee discovered the fire at Lakeside Dairy in Sturgeon County at around 2 a.m. Friday. “When he pulled

A Partnership Between CanWest DHI, Canadian Dairy Network and Valacta

Source: CanWest DHI news release CanWest DHI, Canadian Dairy Network and Valacta are pleased to announce an agreement in principle for a progressive new partnership in the dairy industry. The three industry partners are planning a transition that would lead to a unified market presence and joint management of producer services over the coming year.

Province Moving Forward with Made-in-Manitoba Climate and Green Plan

Farmscape for November 22, 2017 Ralph Eichler – Agriculture Minister Manitoba Throne Speech Conference-Call 17:13 Listen Manitoba’s Minister of Agriculture says the response so far from agriculture to the provincial government’s “Made-in-Manitoba Climate and Green Plan” has been positive. Last month Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister unveiled the province’s proposed Made-in-Manitoba Climate and Green Plan and during

Killing supply management for dairy a ‘non-starter’ at NAFTA talks: Leal

Source: thepeterboroughexaminer.com Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs Minister and Peterborough MPP Jeff Leal is at the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) talks in Mexico City this week, and he said on Monday that any idea of killing Canada’s supply management system for dairy is a “non-starter.” “We remain steadfast in our position,” he said

2017 National Holstein Show Sets New Record

Source: Holstein Canada The 2017 edition of the National Black & White Holstein Show held at the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair on November 10, 2017 was not only a milestone 95th show, but also set a new record for the number of animals exhibited. There were 380 head of cattle shown at this year’s show

2017 Canadian Jersey Cow of the Year

Source: Jersey Canada Votes have been tabulated and Jersey Canada is please to name Charlyn Nevada Emma Ex 95-5E as our 2017 Cow of the Year! Holding four Silver Production Awards, Emma is a farm favourite that looks good but is all business. At 11 years old she is a trouble-free cow that exceeds the

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