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New Dow Seeds Corn Hybrids Advance Performance and Introduce Enlist and PowerCore Traits

Source: Dow AgroSciences, News release Dow AgroSciences announced it is offering Canadian farmers 25 new corn hybrids as part of its Dow SeedsTM 2018 spring planting lineup with market-leading advances that continue to bring proven and innovative seed technology to Canadian farms. “These new hybrids take performance to a new level and are a valuable

ImmuCell team expands: Kathy Becher, Matt Scoville and Dale Miller join the ImmuCell family.

Source: ImmuCell, News release ImmuCell, a growing animal health company, announces the hiring of Kathy Becher, Matt Scoville and Dale Miller. These new faces join an innovative team focused on revolutionizing the animal health industry. “At ImmuCell, we’re focused on bringing unconventional solutions to dairy and beef producers,” says Bobbi Brockmann, vice president of sales

Researching digital dermatitis in cattle

Source: University of Calgary Many University of Calgary Faculty of Veterinary Medicine professors split their time between research projects and clinical work at veterinary clinics across Alberta. For Dr. Karin Orsel, who researches lameness in cattle, specializing in foot diseases, Veterinary Agri-Health Services in Airdrie is her clinical home. While conducting research, Orsel and her

New Canadian Agricultural Partnership to Help Position Canada as a Leader in the Global Economy

Source: Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada The agriculture and agri-food sector is a key growth industry in Canada, contributing over $100 billion annually to the economy and employing 2.3 million Canadians. Ministers of Agriculture reached agreement today on the key elements of a new federal, provincial, territorial (FPT) agricultural policy framework during the Annual Meeting of

Round 1: Canada stakes out ground as historic NAFTA rewrite begins

  Source: CBC News Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland will push environment, labour standards in trilateral trade deal After months of heated rhetoric and diplomatic groundwork, talks to overhaul the North American Free Trade Agreement will formally begin this week with Canada pushing for more stringent labour and environmental standards in the deal. Canada’s top diplomat,

Government now accepting funding applications

Source: Dairy Farmers of Ontario Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada announced it is now accepting applications for the Dairy Farm Investment Program and the Dairy Processing Investment Fund. The Dairy Farm Investment Program is designed to support the productivity and the competitiveness of dairy farmers, and help the sector adapt to the anticipated impacts from the

Wallenstein Feed & Supply Ltd. and suppliers contribute $103,500 to Farm & Food Care Ontario

Source: Farm & Food Care Ontario, News release Wallenstein Feed & Supply Ltd. (WFS), a feed manufacturing company based in Wallenstein, Ontario, has announced a donation of $103,500 to Farm & Food Care Ontario (FFCO). The announcement was made during the grand opening of the company’s state-of-the-art Mill 4 facility on July 22. The amount

Ask the cow: Cattle Assessments Conducted by Holstein Canada

Source: August Milking Times, Dairy Farmers of Canada Observing animals to look for signs of wellbeing is not new, but measuring specific animal-based indicators is. Canadian dairy is making these measurements an essential part of the Animal Care module of proAction. In the fall of 2016, DFC contracted Holstein Canada to assess key animal welfare indicators:


Source: John Deere news release John Deere and Granular announced today a product development and co-marketing agreement that gives John Deere customers more tools to measure and improve their financial performance. Under the terms of the agreement, the two companies will work to further integrate Granular’s leading Farm Management Software (FMS) product and the John

Statement from DFC in reaction to government’s Dairy Farm Investment Program

Source: Dairy Farmers of Canada On August 1st, the Government of Canada announced the administrative details of the $250 million Dairy Farm Investment Program that will be implemented to mitigate some of the negative impact on Canada’s dairy farmers coming as a result of the Comprehensive Economic Trade Agreement (CETA). Farmers can access information and

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