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Health And Safety Grant Helps Local Farms

Starting December 1 Alberta farms will have to operate under the same guidelines as similar industries in Canada. The Farm Health and Safety producer Grant Program will help some farms manage the…

Agriflash Headlines for October 18

Emotional Support Livestock The City of Calgary has approved a bylaw amendment to allow livestock to be used as emotional support animals. Calgarians will now be able to have chickens, miniature…

An Estimated $3 Billion in Crops Unharvested in Alberta

Combine dust has finally been spotted across the horizon this week. It's been a while, but farmers are now back in their fields making some good progress thanks to this week's forecast. The…

Agriflash Headlines for October 17

CPTPP Bill Passes Third Reading In The House Of Commons Bill C-79 has passed the House of Commons. The legislation will implement the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific…

Agriflash Headlines for October 15

Canada West Foundation CEO Says Consumers Will Pay for the Billions to Compensate Dairy Farmers The CEO and President of the Canada West Foundation says, Canadians will still be paying too much for…

Agriflash Headlines for October 10

Alberta Beef Industry Funding Future in the Hands of Producers Cattle producers will be voting this fall whether to make the provincial $2.00 check-off non-refundable. The check-off is a service…

Alberta Beef Industry Funding Future in the Hands of Producers

Cattle producers will be voting this fall whether to make the provincial $2.00 check-off non-refundable. The check-off is a service charge collected on every head of cattle sold in Alberta, or fed…

Agriflash Headlines for October 9

Increased Cost of Drying Grain United Conservative Party Agriculture Critic, Rick Strankman, says on top of another unusually challenging harvest, farmers will be dealing with the increased cost of…

4-H Rodeo Celebrates Over 20 Years of Youth Development

4-H Members were kicking up dust at the Calgary Stampede grounds last weekend. Saturday, September 29 to Sunday, September 30 was the annual 4-H Rodeo where members were offered various rodeo clinics…

Beef Industry Welcomes Secured Access to U.S. Market

Canada’s Dairy Industry may not be pleased with the new United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement, but the beef sector is. The Canadian Cattlemen's Director of Government and International Relations,…

New Trade Agreement Requires Change To Canada's Grain Act

The Western Canadian Wheatgrowers Association sees the United States, Mexico, Canada Agreement as a good step forward for Canada. One change impacting the Wheat sector is any registered wheat…

Environment Canada Calling for a Dryer and Cooler October

Farmers are anxious to get back in their fields to finish harvest after some saw their crops covered in snow earlier this week. Meteorologist with Environment Canada, Brian Proctor, says the rest of…

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