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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.
Planters show promise in research conditions

Planters show promise in research conditions

Studies conducted in southern Alberta find precision planters can produce higher yields than when air drills are used.
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