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AGRIUM, POTASHCORP ANNOUNCE RECEIPT OF REGULATORY CLEARANCE, SET CLOSING DATE FOR MERGER

Source: Potash Corporation news release Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan Inc. (PotashCorp) (TSX and NYSE: POT) and Agrium Inc. (TSX and NYSE: AGU) are pleased to announce today that they have received clearance from the United States’ Federal Trade Commission and have now obtained all regulatory approvals required to close their proposed merger of equals transaction.

Taxation Discussion Results in Better Understanding of Agriculture

Farmscape for December 27, 2017 Dan Mazier – Keystone Agricultural Producers   Full Interview 9:33 Listen The President of Keystone Agricultural Producers says recent discussions surrounding the potential impact of proposed changes to Canada’s taxation system has resulted in a better understanding within the federal government and within the Canada Revenue Agency of the challenges

Farms at the Table Conference explores ways to connect with consumers

Source: Farm & Food Care Saskatchewan Farms at the Table Conference brings together all corners of the agri-food sector to explore ways to foster public trust. The fourth annual ‘Farms at the Table’ Conference took place December 14 & 15 in Saskatoon, SK with representatives from crops, livestock, horticulture, retail, education and government in attendance.

News Source Influences Development of Attitudes toward Food

Farmscape for December 22, 2017 Dr. Ellen Goddard – University of Alberta Full Interview 17:57Listen An Agricultural Economist with the University of Alberta suggests the source from which consumers access news and information appears to be influencing the formation of their attitudes toward food. The use of social media is increasingly influencing attitudes toward food and

AGRIUM AND POTASHCORP ANNOUNCE ELECTION DEADLINE FOR CANADIAN REGISTERED SHAREHOLDERS

Source: PotashCorp news release Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan Inc. (PotashCorp) (TSX and NYSE: POT) and Agrium Inc. (TSX and NYSE: AGU) today announced that eligible Canadian resident registered shareholders must complete, sign and return a letter of transmittal and election form with their share certificate(s) to AST Trust Company (Canada) (the Depositary) by the Election

2018 Eco Farm Days in Cornwall

Source: Dairy Farmers of Ontario On February 24-25, 2018, the Canadian Organic Growers is hosting Eco Farm Days in Cornwall, Ontario. The organic shippers on the Organic Producer Advisory Committee are sponsoring one of the guest speakers, Dr. Hubert Karreman, who will provide information on non-antibiotic treatment of dairy cattle, grazing, grass-fed milk and breeding

Canola Council Secures Continued Access to European Union Biofuel Market

Source: Canola Council of Canada December 19, the European Commission published an implementing decision that will allow Canadian canola continued access to the EU biodiesel market. The decision affirms the greenhouse gas emission reductions achieved when Canadian canola is used to make biodiesel according to a detailed life cycle methodology that reflects the entire canola

DAVID SIPPELL JOINS CIBUS TO LEAD ITS CANADIAN OPERATIONS

Source: Cibus news release Cibus, a leading trait development and plant breeding company, has appointed David Sippell as Vice President, and General Manager, Canada. He will manage Canadian operations from Cibus’ new office in Winnipeg. Sippell has more than three decades of experience within the agribusiness sector. With the recent launch of SU Canola™ in

Joint assistance from Ottawa and Quebec to help Quebec farmers affected by extraordinary hail events in 2017

Source: Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada A number of hail events resulted in significant damage to farm operations this summer, beyond what has been seen in recent years. In assistance to farmers who have incurred extraordinary expenses, Governments of Canada and Quebec are offering up to $13 million through the 2017 Canada-Quebec Hail Assistance Initiative, offered

PLANT SCIENCE INDUSTRY SUPPORTS WTO’S CALL FOR SOUND SANITARY AND PHYTOSANITARY MEASURES

Source: CropLife International news release CropLife International welcomes the joint statement from 17 governments, including Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Colombia, Kenya, Uganda, and the United States, circulated at the World Trade Organization (WTO) Ministerial Conference in Buenos Aires, which calls to strengthen the implementation and application of Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures (SPS Agreement). Sound, science-based implementation

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