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PURE Bioscience Announces Partnership with iGPS Logistics Enters New Food Transport Sanitization Market With PURE® Hard Surface-Based Solution

PURE Bioscience, Inc. (OTCQB: PURE), creator of the patented, non-toxic silver dihydrogen citrate (SDC) antimicrobial, announced today that it has signed an agreement with, and received an initial order from, iGPS Logistics, the leading plastic pallet pooling service provider in North America. PURE® Hard Surface disinfectant will be used as a new, more effective, time-efficient

MDI Holdings Corp. transforming Western Canadian milk into high quality dairy components

Source: GLOBE NEWSWIRE Oct. 25, 2017, Today, the Board of Directors and management of MDI Holdings Corp. welcomed government and industry representatives to view the new, state-of-the-art dairy processing facility in Winnipeg, Manitoba. MDI Holdings Corp. is a joint venture between two leading, innovative dairy processors, Vitalus Nutrition Inc. and Gay Lea Foods Co-operative Ltd. This facility

Canadian farmers continue to support amateur female athletes and help them achieve their goals

Source: Dairy Farmers of Canada Through Fuelling Women Champions, Dairy Farmers of Canada announce 30 recipients for the expanded Champions Fund Today, Fuelling Women Champions announced the winners of the Champions Fund, an initiative by Canada’s dairy farmers, which aims to break down financial barriers for amateur female athletes as they work at achieving their

CANADA WILL NOT PLACE FURTHER RESTRICTIONS ON DICAMBA

National Association of Farm Broadcasting (NAFB) reports: Canada will not follow a move by the U.S. to place further restrictions on dicamba herbicides. Health Canada, responsible for regulations of herbicides, says it supports the current Canadian labels for dicamba. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recently increased restrictions on the use of dicamba sprayed over crops,

Delayed Resumption of Re-Negotiations Expected to Favour U.S. NAFTA Supporters

Source: Farmscape for October 23, 2017 Full Interview 20:41Listen The Vice-President of the Canadian Global Affairs Institute says a planned one month break in negotiations aimed at modernizing NAFTA will allow interests in the United States that favor maintaining the agreement time to make their point. After negotiations aimed at revamping the North American Free Trade

Canadian Wheat Research Coalition elects executive at inaugural directors meeting

Source: Alberta Wheat Commission, press release The Canadian Wheat Research Coalition (CWRC), a federal not-for-profit corporation that will facilitate long-term investments aimed at improving profitability and competitiveness for Canadian wheat farmers, has elected its first executive from its Board of Directors. Lacombe, Alberta farmer Terry Young, who is a director with the Alberta Wheat Commission

Premier’s Statement on U.S. NAFTA Supply Management Demands

Premier Kathleen Wynne released the following statement October 17, 2017 on NAFTA and supply management: “Ontario’s farmers and processors have always been a pillar of our province’s economy, working hard to meet the demand for safe, high-quality food for consumers on both sides of the border. I am steadfast in my belief that Canada’s supply

ACADIAN PLANT HEALTH INTRODUCES TOGGLE IN CANADA

Source: Acadian Plant Health news release Acadian Plant Health (APH), a division of Acadian Seaplants Limited (ASL), announces the launch of its product Toggle, powered by Acadian BioSwitch technology, as a proven supplement for use in the row crop segment. This launch furthers the company’s commitment to providing proven grower solutions for Canadian agriculture. By

FCC Drive Away Hunger provides over 7.2 million meals

Source: Farm Credit Canada, news release Farm Credit Canada (FCC), along with its industry partners, participating schools and volunteers, have provided over 7.2 million meals for food banks nationwide, far surpassing this year’s goal for FCC Drive Away Hunger. “Every meal is a step toward a better future for someone who truly needs a helping hand,”

Celebrating Breed Success

Source: Jersey Canada The Jersey Canada logo that you are most familiar with (top middle) was modernized in 2006, about the same time social networks were just getting started and the same year Facebook was made public. The late Ross Butler was the artist who created the original Jersey true type painting back in 1977

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