Dairy Farmers Disappointed Over USMCA Concessions

Dairy Farmers of Canada says its deeply disappointed that concessions were made on the dairy sector to conclude the new United States-Mexio-Canada Agreement (USMCA), which will replace NAFTA.

The organization says, the livelihood of Canadian dairy producers is seriously at risk, and this new agreement is letting foreign products, made according to inferior standards, onto the shelves of Canadian grocery stores.

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Alberta Wheat and Barley Commissions Pleased with USMCA

The Alberta Wheat and Barley Commissions say they're happy with the new trade deal reached between Canada, Mexico and the U.S.

Together, the U.S. and Mexico accounts for about 15 per cent of Canadian wheat exports.

The U.S. is Canada's largest export market for wheat and the second largest market for barley.

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4-H Members Kicking Up Dust

4-H cowboys and cowgirls were at the Calgary Stampede grounds last weekend for the annual 4-H Rodeo.

The rodeo followed rodeo clinics put on for the members.

Rodeo Clinician, Lorne Lausen, says this is his ninth year helping out and it's exciting to see the contestants improve their skills.


Alberta Livestock Expo Coming Up

The Alberta Livestock Expo is coming up in Lethbridge Wednesday, October 10 to Thursday, October 11.

The Expo gives people the opportunity to learn about new innovations and technology in the industry.


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