In this edition - April 18, 2019
Pastures can become unproductive after successive years of continuous grazing with little to no rest or recovery time, but they can also be rejuvenated through grazing management, specialists say.
In a small warehouse near the southern edge of Vancouver, a man scoops freshly milled flour into brown paper bags stamped Flourist that will soon ship out to customers hungry for fresh, additive-free baked goods.
Here’s advice for improving physical fitness in any season.
Owners Jan and Dale VanderHout rely on innovative practices like biological pest control, biomass heat and a recirculating water system to keep the 27-acre Beverly Greenhouses growing.
The Prairie Pest Monitoring Network released a wind trajectories report for the week of April 8.
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The U.S. National Weather Service Climate Prediction Center on Thursday reported a 65 per cent chance of El Niño prevailing throughout 2019’s growing season.
Stefon and Rebecca Beechinor of Bentley, Alta., and partner JNR Farms of Willingdon, Alta., sold a 15-month-old Simmental bull named BLL Kalibre 762E for $275,000 to Christel and Steve Humbke and Ken and Carol Warkentin and of Starwest Farms, who own Starwest Farms and have farms at Calmar, Alta., and Chilliwack, B.C.