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The federal government this week announced it will provide $992,131 to the Canada Organic Trade Association to develop market opportunities for organic products, and build on the “Canada Organic Brand.” The funding announcement was made by Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food Marie-Claude Bibeau at Cooperative Alentour in Sherbrooke, QC, on Friday, when she also took... Read More.
At the 106th Saskatchewan Stock Growers Association annual general meeting, Gateway Livestock Exchange’s Anne Wasko presented on the current situation in the beef markets. The theme of the two-day convention was Strategies for Success, and in this episode of the RealAgriculture Beef Market Update, Wasko goes over just that. She says the biggest topic she’s... Read More.
Shaun Haney is back in the host chair today, asking if you agree with Jean Chrétien’s advice on China and Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou. Send your thoughts! Also on today’s show: Top ag news with RealAgriculture’s Jessika Guse; Machinery sales numbers, with Association of Equipment Manufacturers; and Agronomics across the country with resident agronomist Peter... Read More.
As the Canadian government continues to look outside of China for exports, Export Development Canada (EDC) has announced an additional $150 million to its insurance for Canadian canola exporters. According to a news release, the added money will help exporters manage the risks and uncertainties that come with exploring new markets. “As Canada’s export credit... Read More.
The provincial government of Ontario has informed the Agricultural Adaptation Council (AAC) it will no longer act as the delivery agent of the Canadian Agricultural Partnership (CAP) to organizations and collaborations. AAC say it is “shocked” by the decision. The organization has been a delivery agent of federal/provincial funding programs for more than 23 years. The... Read More.
This edition of RealAg Radio has got some science-y stuff, some recycling stuff, and some rant-y stuff — something for everyone, really. And that’s what happens when Lyndsey Smith hosts. News with Smith…and only Smith; Dr. Duizer, with Manitoba Agriculture, on ILT in Manitoba; The importance of words when it comes to animal rights activists;... Read More.
Farmers in Western Canada will now access the Pride Seeds portfolio of hybrid corn, soybean seeds, and agronomic resources only through the Canterra Seeds retailer network in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta, the company says. This partnership will allow Canterra to expand its line of silage corn hybrids, grain corn hybrids, and soybeans. To effectively take... Read More.
Western Canadian crop growers will soon have a new ally in the battle against weeds with the launch of WEEDit optical spot spray technology at the Farm Progress Show in Regina, Saskatchewan, June 19-21. WEEDit uses advanced sensors to detect chlorophyll in the leaves of weeds in fallow fields, triggering a targeted herbicide application. The... Read More.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced this week that the federal government is working towards reducing plastic waste, supporting innovation, and promoting alternatives to single-use plastics. “We have a responsibility to work with our partners to reduce plastic pollution, protect the environment, and create jobs and grow our economy,” says Prime Minister Trudeau. “We owe it... Read More.
Public speaking. For you 4-H-ers out there, you’ve probably competed in an agricultural-based public speaking competition before, whether it was to your excitement, or you were doing it because it was mandatory in your district. Growing up outside of the 4-H sphere, and not living in a big centre, these were skills I didn’t really... Read More.

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