In this edition - March 1, 2019
Agronomists recommend farmers should have a clubroot management strategy well before the disease appears in their region.
Most Canadian Prairie farmers can expect a dry start to spring.
Canola prices are low right now in Canada, thanks to a plentiful supply of Canadian canola, the progression of the South American soybean harvest and a drop in world vegetable oil prices.
Consumer love of beef will help build longevity throughout the Canadian beef and cattle supply chain as it responds with exciting new products and industry practices.
For the clients of Community First, a Community Living Sarnia-Lambton program, a typical day can take them anywhere – bowling with friends, volunteering at the food bank or attending a fun local event. And now that they have a new multi-wheelchair accessible van with help from the FCC AgriSpirit Fund, getting to these places is a whole lot easier.
Minimizing fecal contamination is one of the best ways to optimize calf health, veterinarians say.
Starting this year the Ontario Corn Committee (OCC) will be rating hybrids on their susceptibility to DON accumulation.
University of Alberta scientists have found that naturally occurring soil compounds can reduce chronic wasting disease in the environment.