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Farmers fighting through a soggy harvest in Eastern Canada have joined their western counterparts’ call for an end to the strike by Canadian National Railway workers — not to get grain out, but to get propane in. Restoring the supply of propane for Quebec’s farm businesses, in the wake of a Canada-wide strike launched Tuesday … Read more
When a new asparagus variety was introduced in Ontario almost 20 years ago, no one, including its breeder, had any idea of the transformative impact it would have on an entire sector. Launched in 2000, Guelph Millennium marked not only the start of a new millennium — but also a new era for Ontario’s asparagus … Read more
Though U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, released his hold on the nomination of Bill Northey to a USDA post, two Iowa senators told reporters on Tuesday the fight to maintain the Renewable Fuel Standard will continue.
Mar. 6, 2018 - The Newfoundland and Labrador Environmental Industry Association (NEIA) was in Corner Brook, N.L., last week to talk about clean growth...
Volvo Trucks is introducing Volvo Dynamic Steering to North America following five years of production in Europe. It’s billed now as a driver assist feature, but it will likely be a pathway to some active steering technology.
Corrected, May 6, 2019 — Canada’s big two railways can expect a small raise in the amount of revenue they get to keep from hauling Prairie grain in the coming crop year. The Canadian Transportation Agency (CTA) on Tuesday announced it will set the volume-related composite price index (VRCPI) at …
Environment Canada stations recorded higher than average rainfall in August and the resulting forage growth prompted many harvests during the fall rest period to increase feed inventories. Southwestern, central, and eastern Ontario experienced several thaws between January and March.
The Canadian Agricultural Partnership helps producers invest in the efficiency and sustainability of their operations.
The Ontario corn ear mould and mycotoxin survey showed levels are considerably lower than 2018 with 96 per cent of samples testing less than two parts per million of deoxynivalenol (DON). OMAFRA field crop specialists, Grain Farmers of Ontario and members of the Ontario Agri-Business Association collaborated to complete the survey. Why it matters: Farmers … Read more
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