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JOHN DEERE AND GRANULAR COLLABORATE TO DELIVER ADVANCED BUSINESS SOFTWARE TOOLS TO FARMS

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

Western Canadian Dairy Seminar John J Kennelly Award of Merit

Source: Sask Milk, July 2017 Newsletter Award of Merit Nominations Requested The Western Canadian Dairy Seminar (WCDS) is seeking nominations for the John J Kennelly Award of Merit. The WCDS Award of Merit is inspired by the past contributions of Dr. John Kennelly to the seminar and is awarded by the Advisory Committee to an

Holstein Canada Announces 2017-2018 Committees

Source: Holstein Canada Holstein Canada is pleased to reveal the 2017-2018 committees, ensuring the Board of Directors continues to receive input from its grassroots membership and industry partners. Nine Holstein Canada committees and one working group exist. Committee members represent all regions across Canada and are selected for their respective expertise relating to a committee’s

Advancing an Innovative and Competitive Dairy Sector

Source: Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada news release A strong dairy industry and a competitive agricultural sector are vital to Canada’s prosperity, creating good jobs, growing the middle class, and bringing high-quality products to the tables of Canadian consumers. Budget 2017 recognizes that agriculture and agri-food is a key growth industry by supporting science, innovation and

A winning formula? China invests in Canadian dairy to help feed its baby boom

Source: CBC News Donald Trump called Canada’s supply-managed dairy sector a “disgrace.” Indeed, Canada’s strict system of production quotas, import restrictions and price and quality controls is a perennial target for free traders. But guess who likes it? The biggest market Canada is wooing right now: China. Supply management is a big reason why a Chinese corporation is investing

Camrose Dairy Receives Government Investment

Source: Lacombe Online A dairy in Camrose, AB is one of five Alberta food processors growing their business with help from Canadian Government investment. Tiras Dairies Inc. received about $250,000 through Growing Forward 2 to upgrade and improve their production processes. Alberta Minster of Agriculture and Forestry, Oneil Carlier, shared his thoughts on the investments.

The story of the Crozier family and Cheslen Dairies

Source: Dairy Farmers of Canada Dairy Farmers of Canada (DFC) is proud to present the book Dairy Farmers, Deeply Rooted for a Strong Future, which features, representing Alberta, the Crozier family of Cheslen Dairies, located in Sturgeon County, north of Edmonton. Showcasing the contributions of Canadian dairy farmers in the building and growth of our

SASKATCHEWAN COMPANIES TO GET MORE SUPPORT AS EXPORT DEVELOPMENT CANADA OPENS NEW OFFICE

Source: Export Development Canada news release Export Development Canada (EDC) today announced the opening of a new office in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan that will bring EDC’s financing and risk mitigating solutions closer to businesses in northern Saskatchewan. The Saskatchewan exporting story Saskatchewan currently exports 70% of what is produced – that’s a big number. There is

Microwave-based system takes stink out of manure management

Source: Vancouver Sun, Randy Shore A spin-off company from the University of British Columbia is promising to make a crap job a good deal easier and cleaner, with a scalable waste-processing system. Manure management practices on local dairy farms routinely raise a stink from their residential neighbours when the slurry is sprayed on fields, as

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