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THE CLIMATE CORP, CANADIAN DRONE COMPANY DEVERON ANNOUNCE PARTNERSHIP

Source: The Climate Corp. news release Monsanto subsidiary The Climate Corporation announced it has partnered with Canadian full-service drone data company, Deveron, to combine Deveron’s aerial imaging capabilities with The Climate Corporation’s powerful analytics services through its Climate FieldView digital agriculture platform. Deveron has a growing fleet of drones that have the ability to conduct

MLMMI’s Contributions to Manure Research Applauded

Farmscape for December 14, 2017 John Carney – Manitoba Livestock Manure Management Initiative Full Interview 9:09 Listen The Executive Director of the Manitoba Livestock Manure Management Initiative is applauding almost two decades of successful manure related research. In March the Manitoba Livestock Management Initiative will disband and its activities will be rolled into a more broadly

Mobile DHI Wins Innovation Award

Source: CanWest DHI news release CanWest DHI is excited to announce that Mobile DHI is a regional recipient of the 2017 Premier’s Award for Agri-Food Innovation Excellence. Mobile DHI is an App providing dairy producers convenient access to their herd data directly from the DHI Cloud. The Premier’s award celebrates innovation in Ontario’s agri-food industry

ACTAGRO INTRODUCES WEBSITE FEATURING PLANT AND SOIL HEALTH RESOURCES

Source: Actagro news release Actagro, a premier provider of environmentally sustainable soil and plant health technology solutions, unveiled a new website to celebrate World Soil Day on Dec. 5 with resources for farmers interested in increasing nutrient management to enhance crop yields. The redesigned website houses a wide range of multimedia content which includes educational

NOMINATIONS OPEN FOR WORLD DAIRY EXPO RECOGNITION AWARDS

Source: World Dairy Expo news release World Dairy Expo is accepting nominations for the 2018 Expo Recognition Awards now through February 1, 2018. Producers, organizations, academic staff and others involved in the dairy industry are encouraged to nominate individuals to recognize their outstanding work and dedication to the dairy industry. Expo Recognition Awards will be

Wiarton, Milverton 4-H Receive FCC Grants

Source: BlackburnNews.com The Farm Credit Canada 4-H Club Fund is providing $107,000 to 216 4-H clubs across Canada to support various local events and activities. In Ontario, 51 4-H clubs received a combined total of $25,000. The fund is part of FCC’s $1 million contribution committed over four years to 4-H Canada. And it awards

In deal as big as NAFTA, EU and Japan agree to free trade

Source: CBC News Dubbed ‘cars-for-cheese,’ deal will open door for Japanese auto sector in EU The European Union and Japan have agreed terms for a free trade deal liberalizing almost all trade between the bloc and the world’s third-largest economy. It is the largest free trade deal struck by the EU, bringing together economies representing

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Increasingly Vocal U.S. Farm Support for NAFTA Key to Future of Agreement

Farmscape for December 11, 2017 Colin Robertson – Canadian Global Affairs Institute   Full Interview 28:31 Listen The Vice-President of the Canadian Global Affairs Institute says increasingly vocal support from within the U.S. for retaining NAFTA will be crucial in determining the future of the agreement. Discussions aimed at revamping the North American Free Trade Agreement

Doug & Joan Cranston awarded 2017 W.R. Motherwell Award

Source: Canada’s Outstanding Young Farmer’s Program Dairy Farmers and Outstanding Young Farmer (OYF) alumni from Ontario, Doug & Joan Cranston were recently honoured as recipients of the 2017 W.R. Motherwell Award by Canada’s OYF program. The award was presented to the couple at the national event in Penticton, BC last week. Doug & Joan’s involvement

Kent farm tour shows off new technology

Source: Agassiz-Harrison Observer Automated milking, feeding among advances Cow-milking, goat feeding robots and other farming technologies wowed members of District of Kent council and the Ministry of Agriculture on a local farm tour Nov. 21. Local farms showed off high-tech farming equipment during the tour, showing how modern technology advances are integrated into an age-old

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