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Gluten-free oat contracts fall apart

Gluten-free oat contracts fall apart

Purely Canada Foods writes letter to about 30 farmers in northeastern Sask. dissolving contracts it had signed with them.
WSA forecast: Snowpack variations may affect runoff potential

WSA forecast: Snowpack variations may affect runoff potential

Report is based on conditions as they were on March 1.
Spring road bans begin: Reduce load weights

Spring road bans begin: Reduce load weights

Winter weights removed later this month.
$100,000 grant to strengthen communities through agriculture

$100,000 grant to strengthen communities through agriculture

The grant aims to fund innovative community-building and agriculturally focused projects
ADAMA Canada to continue selling lambda-cy

ADAMA Canada to continue selling lambda-cy

ADAMA Canada announced today that it will continue to sell lambda-cyhalorthrin products in Canada.
India’s pulse crop questioned

India’s pulse crop questioned

Government estimate off the mark says analyst.
Grocer CEOs reject blame for food inflation

Grocer CEOs reject blame for food inflation

Eric La Fleche, CEO of Metro, said the food margin at that company has dropped and is offset by higher pharmacy margins.
SARM looks to recruit new generation of councillors

SARM looks to recruit new generation of councillors

SARM's 118th Convention will focus on bridging the aging demographic and recruiting future diverse young leaders.
Opinion: Paltry packer fine proves what — not who — we truly value

Opinion: Paltry packer fine proves what — not who — we truly value

Three of ag’s biggest, richest players are at least two steps removed from legal liability.
Preliminary snow melt report predicts surface water supply issues in 2023

Preliminary snow melt report predicts surface water supply issues in 2023

A slower melt rate in the spring will likely result in the bulk of the snowpack melt going to recharge the soil column rather than surface water reserves.