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Canada’s Outstanding Young Farmers Program is hosting its virtual conference on December 4, starting with their annual meeting and featuring guest speakers focused on looking ahead to what’s the next big opportunity and challenge for Canadian agriculture. RealAgriculture’s Shaun Haney is also a part of the event as a keynote speaker, presenting on “5 Key…

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An estimated $5-million expansion project is currently underway to increase storage capacity by more than 30 per cent at the Co-op Fertilizer Terminal at Brandon, Man. The project will add 9,000 metric tonnes of storage capacity to the existing structure for a total of 36,500 metric tonnes. “Despite the challenging economic times we’re in, Co-op continues to invest in Western…

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Canada’s Outstanding Young Farmers Program is hosting its virtual conference on December 4, starting with their annual meeting and featuring guest speakers focused on looking ahead to what’s the next…

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Early indications were that DON levels were low in Ontario’s 2020 corn crop, however hot spots of higher levels of infection have surfaced, with later-harvested grain showing increased DON levels.…

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