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U.S. cattle producers fighting against having livestock operations treated as hazardous waste sites

“This is most certainly not a toxic Superfund site.

Ag groups push for TPP participation as Australia, Japan set March timeline

With Australia and Japan saying they want to finalize the deal by March, Canadian agriculture groups are reiterating the importance of Canada participating in the Trans-Pacific Partnership (now officially known .

Wage hike costs Ontario hort growers $297 million over two years

The Liberal government’s minimum wage hike will cost Ontario fruit and vegetable growers $297 million over the next two years.

Quiet response as USDA releases bearish corn and wheat estimates

The USDA published some larger-than-expected estimates for corn and wheat in its January reports published on Friday, but the futures market — particularly for corn — showed little response.

Canadian tractor and combine sales were strong in 2017

December ended with very cold weather across Canada, but overall Canadian tractor and combine sales numbers reported by the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) were hot, compared to 2016.

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RealAg Radio, Jan 18: Rearview rate hikes, motor vehicle tech and rethinking rotations

RealAgriculture’s Shaun Haney and Kelvin Heppner start off the show with a brief discussion on Manitoba Ag Days, optimism, and the importance of quality service in machinery purchase decisions.

RealAg Radio, Jan 17: Wireless monitors, big wheat and the grain markets

Host Shaun Haney is in Brandon for day two of Manitoba Ag Days.

RealAg Radio, Jan 16: Trade shows, prediction models and wives tales

Host Shaun Haney is in the Farmer’s Edge booth at Manitoba AgDays today.

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Medical 3D imaging technology adapted to monitor moisture in grain bins

4 takeaways from Ag Days 2018

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New research shows cover crops support higher yields

Bank of Canada announcement causes brief volatility in the Canadian dollar

A whirlwind tour of grain and oilseed markets with Brian Voth

Wheat Pete’s Word, Jan 17: Winter wheat woes, floating trash whippers and brown rivers


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