Wheat Pete’s Word, Dec 13: A cover crop crash and the great aeration debate

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Ottawa publishes details on income sprinkling changes

Federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau shared new details on his government’s proposed tax policy changes for income splitting or sprinkling on Wednesday, the last day before MPs head home for .

Rail bill won’t be passed until after winter break

Farmers and grain shippers won’t be getting long-awaited changes to grain transportation rules for Christmas this year.

Canadian Roundtable for Sustainable Beef launches framework

The┬áCanadian Roundtable for Sustainable Beef (CRSB) today launched its Certified Sustainable Beef Framework (and a new website) at the group’s annual meeting in Edmonton today.

Canada reports a five month low in trade deficit due to rising exports

Both Canada and the United States released their export numbers for the month of October this week and there are some interesting takeaways.

StatsCan tables larger-than-expected canola and wheat production numbers

Statistics Canada published higher-than-expected estimates for several major Canadian crops in its crop production report on Wednesday.

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RealAg Radio, Dec 13: Food prices, WASDE and the stalling Bill C-49

Host Shaun Haney starts off the show talking about the importance of local media.

RealAg Radio, Dec 12: Adaptations in post-secondary and techie-farmer gift ideas

Host Shaun Haney starts the show with a talk on trade, and the role of primary producers in trade deals.

RealAg Radio, Dec 11: ‘Cool’ canola, nutrient issues and remediating negative margins

Today, on Agronomic Monday:Soil and soil maps in precision ag; mining genetic sources of disease resistance; the environmental benefits to canola production; and more, with RealAgriculture’s Kelvin Heppner, Canola Digest .

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