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The Hefty Brothers discuss the most important treatment timings to protect your soybeans from disease.
Close to 40 grow projects are underway this year in Manitoba for the Canadian Foodgrains Bank.
Nominations are now open for the SaskCanola Board of Directors.
The third individual charged in the protest last fall at a turkey farm in southern Alberta is back in court on Friday.
Dairy Farmers of Canada representatives are reminding Canadians of the negative impacts of CUSMA (Canada-U.S.-Mexico Agreement), which came into effect July 1, 2020.
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Tuberosum Technologies | Broderick, Sask.
Hepson Equipment Inc. | Brandon, Man.
CMI Terminal Ltd. | Naicam, Sask.
Some pasture pics, poorly germinated canola and lupins and oats.
Is taking over around here.
Ok, so where is this irrigation going in?
Often one may feel that changing a practice, like switching to no-till is a good thing or “the right thing”.
Bacterial pathogens like Streptococcus suis and Haemophilus parasuis continue to cause major issues for growing and adult pigs.
Dave Lalman extension beef cattle specialist talks about what minerals your cattle need while on pasture.
Location: Hudson Bay, Sask.