Budget 2019 contains several points of interest for Canada’s beef industry

Source: Canadian Cattlemen’s Association The recently released federal Budget 2019 contains several points of interest for the Canadian beef industry. Of note is the proposed investment...

Farmer participation needed for Team Alberta grain conditioning study

Source: Alberta Wheat Commission Team Alberta is seeking farmer participation for a grain conditioning study that will assess on-farm energy consumption and efficiency of grain...

Federal Carbon Tax Fuel Exemption

Source: Beef Farmers of Ontario On April 1, 2019, the federal carbon tax comes into effect in provinces where carbon pricing systems don’t already exist....

Cutting-edge research takes spotlight for Animal Nutrition Conference of Canada

Source: Animal Nutrition Conference of Canada news release New frontiers in animal nutrition are generating dynamic new opportunities for livestock and feed industries to become...

KAP looks forward to working with province on agricultural trucking

Source: Keystone Agricultural Producers Keystone Agricultural Producers acknowledges today’s announcement from the province that the new training requirements for commercial truckers with Class 1 licenses will be...

AFAC champions teamwork and progress at 2019 Livestock Care Conference

The theme of the 2019 Livestock Care Conference (LCC) reflected the goal of the conference - to have the industry working together to advance...

Cattle main trend is upward, support is close

To “Read” Walt’s charts, keep the following in mind: Support – this term refers to a trend line or price area under the market which...

CLTS MOBO app aids compliance with changing traceability regulations

Source: Canadian Cattlemen’s Association With changing traceability regulations expected for 2019, producers will face increased responsibilities around timely reporting of data, transportation information and premises identification...

APAS expresses grave concern over Canola exports to China

Source: Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan The Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan is expressing grave concern about a shutdown of Canadian canola exports to China. “Producers are...

Challenges persist for canola seed exports to China

Source: Canola Council of Canada The Canola Council of Canada (CCC) is providing an update on market access challenges affecting all canola seed exports to China. While...
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