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BouMatic Robotics Brings New Innovation

BouMatic Robotics is proud to drive further innovation to the robotic dairy industry with the development of its SR2 Spraying Robot. The SR2 Spraying Robot is designed to seamlessly integrate with any rotary system and effectively deliver post dip when milking is complete to prevent post milking infections. The consistency of the spray is where

Governments highlight funded activities for Manitoba agri-processors under the Canadian Agricultural Partnership

Source: Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada Manitoba’s agri-processors are now able to access funding for activities under the Ag Action Manitoba program as the Canadian Agricultural Partnership continues to be implemented, Federal Agriculture and Agri-Food Minister Lawrence MacAulay and Manitoba Agriculture Minister Ralph Eichler announced today.   Quotes “The agri-food processing sector helps drive Manitoba’s economy

Alberta Milk Introduces New Program to Attract Organic Dairy Farmers

Source: Alberta Milk To help celebrate World Milk Day, Alberta Milk has introduced a new program to alleviate some of the startup costs associated with starting an organic dairy farm. Similar to the New Entrants Assistance Program (NEAP), the Organic Entrants Assistance Program (OEAP) works by offering a quota loan at no cost to the

Canadian Dairy Farmers and Processors Team Up in Support of the Ottawa Mission on World Milk Day

Source: Dairy Farmers of Canada In honour of World Milk Day, Dairy Farmers of Canada (DFC), in partnership with the Dairy Processors Association of Canada (DPAC), were pleased to help those in need by donating healthy and nutritious dairy products to the Ottawa Mission. For this special occasion, local dairy farmers, along with DFC and

National Mastitis Council seeks scholarship applicants 

Source: National Mastitis Council news release The National Mastitis Council (NMC) Scholars program provides four travel scholarships to full-time graduate students interested in controlling mastitis, promoting udder health and improving milk quality. Successful applicants earn an expense-paid trip to attend the NMC 58th Annual Meeting, Jan. 29-Feb. 1, 2019, in Savannah, Ga. To apply for

Minister MacAulay to promote agricultural trade in Texas

Source: Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada As negotiations on a modernized North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) continue, the Government of Canada is working hard to create new opportunities for producers and food processors on both sides of the border. The Government of Canada is committed to reaching $75 billion in annual agri-food exports by 2025.

NAFTA renegotiation expected to drag out

Farmscape for May 30, 2018 Colin Robertson – Canadian Global Affairs Institute Full Interview 12:27 Listen With the passage of an informal deadline for completing the renegotiation of the NAFTA the Vice President of the Canadian Global Affairs Institute expects the pressure for a quick conclusion of the negotiations to ease. With a mid May deadline

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Four million copies of The Real Dirt on Farming reach Canadians

Source: Farm & Food Care Ontario A milestone total of four million copies of The Real Dirt on Farming booklet have now been distributed to Canadians from coast to coast. The Real Dirt on Farming, available in English and French, is a national publication produced by Farm & Food Care (FFC) as part of its

2018 Cow of the Year Nominations

Source: Canadian Milking Shorthorn Society The CMSS is excited to announce the three cows nominated for Cow of the Year for 2018. Cows are nominated based on their individual success and the success of their progeny. These are cows that have excelled in lactation, classification, genetic index, show results, and/or progeny performance and are currently living

NAFTA advisors say Canada has to ‘hit back’ against Trump trade action

Source: CTV News If NAFTA negotiations fail and U.S. President Donald Trump lashes out against Canada on trade, Ottawa shouldn’t hesitate to fight back, two members of the federal NAFTA advisory panel said. Former interim Conservative leader Rona Ambrose, a member of the cross-party NAFTA advisory panel, said she fears that if a deal isn’t

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