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Martin Pudlas and Joe Hinz of Red Leaf Pulp chat about current key points for growers to think about when it comes to revenue and sustainability.
More than $25 million in funding will be given to organizations to help conserve and restore grassland and wetland habitats across the Prairies, including the restoration of croplands to grasslands.
The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the need for further action by the Government of Canada and its partners to improve the protection of temporary foreign workers.
Ongoing drought conditions have a coalition of farm groups urging producers to know their options when making decisions about their crops.
Partners are coming together to develop new pea and hemp varieties for use in food and ingredient processing, including a new pea-hemp flour blend.
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I see are still moving up.
Saskatchewan drought means consumers will soon pay more for pantry basics.
All very Good in my opinion.
In early July, Manitoba Agriculture brought together experts to talk about crop protection and answer questions from the field.
Young farmer Jessica Brock brings viewers along for the first day of wheat harvest.
This farmer is moving angus holstein crosses outside onto pasture for the first time.
Type: Cash Crop
Location: Dauphin, Man.
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