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The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) has created a temporary ministerial exemption process that opens the door to interprovincial movement of meat and poultry products from establishments that are not federally licensed. Normally, meat from provincially-inspected facilities is not allowed to be sold beyond a province’s boundary, but the federal agency is offering an exemption...
It’s time for our Tuesday edition of RealAg Radio! We’ve got a market-filled show for you today. You’ll hear: Top ag news stories of the day with host Shaun Haney; Neil Townsend of FarmLink Marketing Solutions, with his perspective on what is going on with the pulse and durum markets, and more; Kevin MacIsaac, general...
Jeremy Boychyn, Agronomy Research Extension Specialist at Alberta Wheat and Barley Commissions, is a regular contributor to RealAg Radio’s Agronomic Monday shows as well as our Wheat School series. He joins host Shaun Haney for this Tuesday edition of RealAg LIVE! to talk all things cereal agronomy (summary available below the video). There are different...
If you’re listening in from the United States, we want to wish you a good Memorial Day Monday! For the rest of you…it’s still a great Monday, as it’s time to talk all things agronomy! On today’s episode of RealAg Radio, you’ll hear: Breanne Tidemann, research scientist with Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC) in Lacombe,...
Western Canada’s soybean and corn seed industry is seeing some changes, as Delmar Commodities is dropping its Legend Seeds business and signing new distribution agreements with Sevita International Corporation and Horizon Seeds Canada Inc. Delmar will also be rebranding its Legend Seeds Canada trade name to "Ceres Global Seeds," reflecting the name of the Minneapolis,...
Exports are so important to the Canadian beef industry, and early 2020 was shaping up to be a record year for global demand. Then, COVID-19 happened. Statistics Canada recently released the January to March numbers for Canadian beef exports, and, as Brenna Grant, manager of research services for CanFax, explains, there is evidence of COVID-19 having...
The cattle and beef industries have been hit hard during the COVID-19 pandemic. To answer some of the timely questions this RealAg LIVE! edition features Fawn Jackson, director of government and international relations at the Canadian Cattlemen’s Association. In the video below, host Shaun Haney and Fawn discuss: Domestic and U.S. cattle processing, where things...
Canadian-developed autonomous field unit DOT has made its debut in Ontario, beginning with a commercial fertilizer application in Chatham-Kent. This first autonomous unit is owned by Haggerty Creek, and contributes to operator efficiency, says Chuck Baresich, general manager of Haggerty Creek. “The operator can be answering calls and providing service to customers while the machine...

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