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Russian peas to China is a ‘game changer’

Russian peas to China is a ‘game changer’

The door opened late last year when China signed a new pea phytosanitary agreement with Russia.
CP-KCS rail merger gets green light from regulator

CP-KCS rail merger gets green light from regulator

A regulatory decision was issued March 15, subject to conditions including a seven-year STB oversight period.
Agriculture producers reminded about the need for safety

Agriculture producers reminded about the need for safety

Robin Anderson, the communications co-ordinator with Canadian Agricultural Safety Association, said this year’s tagline is Safety is our Promise, which is part of the broader three-year theme of Your Farm, Your Family, Your Success.
Video: Building bridges to indigenous communities

Video: Building bridges to indigenous communities

Breaking the wall down is in everyone’s interest, speaker says.
Carnduff 4-H Club members impress at public speaking competition

Carnduff 4-H Club members impress at public speaking competition

February was a busy month for club members.
Moose Mountain Ag Day celebrating 20th anniversary

Moose Mountain Ag Day celebrating 20th anniversary

Business commentator Paul Martin will be the guest speaker.
Claas narrows lines and expands capacity

Claas narrows lines and expands capacity

Global machinery maker rebuilds its 70-year-old German combine factory floor, adding throughput and practical design.
Vaccine dream for PED not dead yet

Vaccine dream for PED not dead yet

Dreams were dashed six months ago when a pharmaceutical company gave up on its attempts to create a PED vaccine.
Preparing for the inevitable

Preparing for the inevitable

Arrival of African swine fever on this continent is taken as a given by most in the North American hog and pork industry.
Opinion: Farm products need faster approval

Opinion: Farm products need faster approval

Companies that make new products generally seek regulatory approval in the largest markets, long before seeking approval in Canada.