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C.R.O.P. Helps Growers Prepare For Roquette

The coming Roquette pea protein processing facility in Portage la Prairie is already garnering interest in area farmers who are considering growing peas. Integrated Crop Management Services president…

C.R.O.P. Field Day Showcases Experimental Crop Varieties in Portage

C.R.O.P. Field Day took place in Portage la Prairie Wednesday with a tour of various plots and trials held by Crop Research Organization of Portage (C.R.O.P.). Integrated Crop Management Services…

*UPDATED* Lowe Farm Identified As Site Of Second PED Case West Of Red River

Manitoba Agriculture has confirmed that a second case of the Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea virus has been found in a finisher hog operation in south central Manitoba. The case was confirmed on July 14th,…

Winter Wheat Harvest Right Around The Corner

It was a tough year for many winter wheat growers in Manitoba. Jake Davidson, executive director of Winter Cereals Manitoba, says much of the crop died as a result of warmer weather in January and…

Recovery Possible For Hail Damaged Canola

Many farmers have had to deal with hail damage in their canola over the past couple of weeks. Angela Brackenreed, agronomist with the Canola Council of Canada, says depending on what stage the plant…

Seeds Starting To Develop In Soybeans

Soybeans in Manitoba are quickly advancing. Cassandra Tkachuk, production specialist with Manitoba Pulse and Soybean Growers (MPSG), explains where the crop is at. "Currently soybean crops range from…

Livestock Producers Encouraged To Participate In Premises Identification

Those involved in the Canadian livestock supply chain are being invited to participate in livestock premises identification as part of Premises ID Week, taking place July 25-31, 2017. The initiative…

Ag Minister Concerned About Late Entry Into BRM Program

Business Risk Management programs will once again be part of the next agricultural policy framework. The Canadian Agricultural Partnership is a five-year, $3-billion investment that will come into…

Manitoba Crop Report - July 24

In its Weekly Crop Report, Manitoba Agriculture says crops are advancing quickly thanks to hot and humid weather conditions across much of the province. Winter cereals and some early seeded spring…

Government of Canada Extends Food Policy Consultations

The Government of Canada has extended its consultation period for its upcoming National Food Policy. The comment period has now been extended to August 31, 2017. Over 22,000 Canadians have already…

Italy To Implement Country Of Origin Labelling On Pasta

Italy has announced that country of origin labelling will soon be required on pasta packages sold in that country. That's bad news for Canadian wheat farmers. Cereals Canada President Cam Dahl says…

KAP President Pleased To See Canadian Ag Partnership Come To Fruition

Ag leaders across Canada are looking forward to the new Canadian Agricultural Partnership, which was announced on Friday. The five-year, $3 billion investment will come into effect April 1, 2018,…

Flax Coucil President Announces Retirement

The president of the Flax Council of Canada has decided to retire. Donald Kerr will be retiring from day to day activities at the Flax Council, however he will do some contract work for the Council…

NAFTA Discussed At CFA Roundtable Last Week

The re-negotiation of NAFTA was a topic of discussion last week during the Canadian Federation of Agriculture's Annual Industry-Government FPT Roundtable in St. John's, Newfoundland. CFA President…

Flax Starting To Flower

A number of blue fields are starting to show up in Manitoba. Flax Council of Canada Extension Agronomist Rachel Evans says the crop is quite variable, with some fields just starting to flower, while…

Strong Attendance For Ag in Motion

Ag in Motion, Western Canada’s Largest Outdoor Farm Expo, wrapped up on Thursday near Langham, Saskatchewan. Show Manager Rob O’Connor says they have seen a lot of interest in this year’s show with…

Ag Ministers Reach Agreement On Next Ag Policy Framework

Canada's federal, provincial, and territorial ag ministers have reached an agreement on the key elements of a new agricultural policy framework. The Canadian Agricultural Partnership, a five-year, $3…

Aphids Showing Up In Cereals and Peas

Manitoba Agriculture says aphids have been a concern in some cereal and pea fields. The latest Insect and Disease Update notes aphids have also been reported in corn, and an isolated incidence of…

Iron Deficiency Chlorosis Clearing Up In Soybeans

A condition in soybeans known as Iron Deficiency Chlorosis (IDC) appeared to be a lot worse this year compared to previous years. The province's pulse specialist Dennis Lange says due to last year's…

Rise In Canadian Dollar Having Adverse Affect On Cattle Markets

The manager and senior analyst with Canfax says cattle producers are seeing seasonal softer fed cattle markets along with a rapid drop in prices. Brian Perillat notes the middle of summer is always a…

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