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Apron fencing keeps wolves, coyotes out of pens

Apron fencing keeps wolves, coyotes out of pens

A woven-wire fence with an apron that lies on the ground is intended to prevent predators from digging underneath it.
Opinion: Product of USA labelling may need marketing focus

Opinion: Product of USA labelling may need marketing focus

Possibly not unreasonable from the American point of view.
Drought conditions worsen

Drought conditions worsen

Areas with the most severe drought have a precipitation deficit of about 300 mm over the past three years.
Loose housing options vary

Loose housing options vary

Canadian hog farmers are gradually moving toward loose housing for gestating sows.
Opinion: Food Freedom Day may require a rethink as inflation bites

Opinion: Food Freedom Day may require a rethink as inflation bites

Repeat causes head scratching.
Commentary: Weight loss drug craze could impact food manufacturers

Commentary: Weight loss drug craze could impact food manufacturers

Interest in the drugs might prove to be a craze but farmers need to be informed.
Churchill charts new course

Churchill charts new course

Port’s recent history has been messy, but hopes are high.
Australian canola a ‘thorn in our side’

Australian canola a ‘thorn in our side’

The country has become a major competitive threat to Canada's canola sector, helping reduce exports to most markets.
Economic hazards identified

Economic hazards identified

FCC sees rocky road ahead.
Ag spending up in Saskatchewan

Ag spending up in Saskatchewan

Allocation pegged at $1.5 billion for the upcoming fiscal year.