The Manager of the Bruce D. Campbell Farm and Food Discovery Centre says information provided during the centre’s school tours has become much more focused on what the students are learning about food through the media.
Manitoba Pork is encouraging pork producers and their service providers to step up their attention to biosecurity in the wake of the latest confirmed case of PED.
Minister of Transport, the Hon. Marc Garneau, supported by the Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food, the Hon. Lawrence MacAulay introduced transportation legislation that will improve the industry’s ability to consistently and reliably meet customer demands.
The Hanover Agricultural Society is kicking off a season full of fun with their annual three-day spring rodeo, taking place May 26 to 28, 2017.
Keystone Agricultural Producers is generally positive about the federal government’s proposed rail legislation recently announced, because many of the requests made in KAP’s submission during the consultation process have been met.
The Manager of the Bruce D. Campbell Farm and Food Discovery Centre says, in keeping with the facility’s focus on capturing the attention of school aged children, the centre has become more interactive and developed curriculum based programming.
Manitoba Agriculture reports, after getting off to a slow start, good seeding progress was made over the past week.
A Professor with the University of Manitoba suggests improved canola varieties and modern processing techniques have made canola meal a much more viable source of protein for nursery pig rations.
Manitoba farmers are in the midst of seeding the 2017 crop, and that means they must use public roadways to get their farm equipment to their fields.
Manitoba’s Chief Veterinary Officer says quick action in identifying the province’s latest case of Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea will help limit any potential for neighboring farms to become infected.