KAP president Dan Mazier is calling on the federal government to step in with immediate action to keep the Port of Churchill running until the end of the 2016 shipping season, following the recent closure.
Manitoba’s Premier is applauding an agreement in principle that promises to lead to the reduction of barriers to trade within Canada.
Researchers with the UOG will use data collected from a survey of Canadian farmers on stress to develop new resources to help farmers cope with stress, anxiety, depression and burnout.
The Director of Risk Management with h@ms marketing services anticipates lower live hog prices come November and December as U.S. slaughter hog numbers approach processing capacity.
Manitoba’s Agriculture Minister says discussions surrounding trade and the importance of international trade agreements at last week’s meeting of Canada’s Agriculture Ministers were very encouraging.
The Director of Risk Management with h@ms marketing services reports higher than anticipated live hog numbers have resulted in a counter-seasonal decline in live hog prices.
The provincial and federal governments are investing $500,000 in an expansion project that will increase bacon production at Maple Leaf Food’s Winnipeg-based facility by eight million kilograms every year.
The President of the Manitoba Agricultural Hall of Fame says the history of those honored represents the story of agriculture and it’s a story that continues to unfold.
Manitoba Agriculture reports the fall seeded cereal crops are advancing quickly toward maturity and the fall rye harvest is expected to begin shortly.
One of the latest inductees into the Manitoba Agricultural Hall of Fame says one of the biggest challenges facing agriculture today is keeping the public informed about what farmers are doing to ensure they continue to produce food ethically and in a way that protects the environment.