Farm Credit Canada is once again contributing $100,000 to school meal programs across Canada as part of the Crown corporation’s annual campaign to help alleviate hunger.
The Manitoba government is seeking feedback on the proposed renewal process for legacy forage leases and renewable permits on agricultural Crown lands.
Manitobans are encouraged to learn more about where their food comes from and how their food is produced as the sixth annual Farm and Food Awareness Week officially kicks off today.
The Chief Agricultural Economist with Farm Credit Canada suggests the near-term export demand for Canadian agricultural commodities will play a key role in shaping the outlook for Canadian farm products.
Average farmland values in Canada are once again showing modest increases for the first half of 2020, although the full impact of the COVID-19 pandemic has yet to be weighed, according to a review by Farm Credit Canada.
A new foreign animal disease surveillance effort will help speed up the detection of African Swine Fever should it arrive in Canada.
The Director of Risk Management with HAMS Marketing Services is encouraging pork producers to watch for rallies in the futures market over the winter months that could allow them to reduce their losses.
The Canada West Swine Health Intelligence Network is advising pork producers to pay heightened attention to diarrhea.
After research and consultation with Winter Cereals Manitoba and Cereal Crop Specialists with Manitoba Agriculture and Resource Development, Manitoba Agricultural Services Corporation has approved the extension of the seeding window for winter wheat and fall rye.