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The underlying idea behind the Do More Agriculture movement is that there is a lot of stress in the agriculture industry and mental health and mental wellness are two areas which need improvement. However, because the farm and ranching lives are unique in their work and lifestyles something …

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Please find attached the latest Cattle Market Update, for the week ending June 25. Please note that we will take a break over the summer, resuming weekly reporting near the end of August. Highlights for the week include the following:

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Please find attached the latest Saskatchewan Cattle Market Update for the week ending May 14, 2021. Highlights for the week include the following:

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Dr. Michele Konschuh, a research associate in the Department of Biological Sciences, is leading a study to help ensure Alberta’s potato industry stays healthy, thanks to a three-year grant from the province’s Results Driven Agriculture Research (RDAR) fund and in-kind support from stakeholde…

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With summer fast approaching and people spending more time outside amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Abell Pest Control sees an increase in tick activity across the country and the potential for an increase in the spread of Lyme disease. 

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2020 was a bad year for many but especially for beekeepers who were unable to import any bees from out of country due to eliminated commercial flights. Unfortunate, 2021 isn’t off to flying, flowery start either. 

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Farm Credit Canada (FCC) is building a foundation of knowledge to better understand and support Indigenous communities and entrepreneurs to grow and thrive in Canada’s agriculture and food industry.

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With the pandemic the importance of basic, yet under appreciated necessities of life like food production, is more on the public consciousness. For agriculture, getting children interested in food production should start at an early age, no matter whether they live in rural or urban areas. 

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Please find attached the latest Cattle Market Update for the week ending March 26, 2021. Highlights for the week include the following:

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As temperatures rise, many Albertans are eager to return outdoors after a long winter at home. Yet with spring in the air, it’s important to know how changing ice conditions can impact your safety. 

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March 2021 has once again been proclaimed as Agriculture Literacy Month in Saskatchewan.  Agriculture Literacy Month allows students across the province to participate in conversations and activities to help them learn about the agriculture industry.  This year the Government of Saskatchewan…

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Saskatchewan Stock Growers Foundation (SSGF) is pleased to announce it has been awarded $3.4M from the Weston Family Foundation Prairie Grasslands Initiative to collaborate on one of the largest prairie grasslands conservation efforts in Canadian history. 

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In a cow-calf operation where cattle are often fed in pens for a portion of the year, pens are generally cleaned at least annually to remove accumulated manure and bedding. While backgrounders and feedlots have enforced protocols to manage and store manure, general guidelines apply to all pr…

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CF Industries posted record production and sales during 2020 and expects a banner 2021 in the fertilizer business while it advances renewable energy and production projects, officials said as they detailed their fourth-quarter earnings report on Thursday.

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According to Saskatchewan Agriculture and the latest Cattle Market Update for the week ending February 19 — markets were good. Highlights for the week include: