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The Winnipeg Jets were playing against the Colorado Avalanche on Thursday night in Winnipeg, Man., however, born and raised farm kid, Kevin Cheveldayoff took time off in the afternoon of game day to speak to producers and others in the agriculture industry. To close out the 6th annual CropConnect conference, the general manager and vice-president…

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How western Canadian farmers manage canola fertility in no-till systems, how canola impacts subsequent rotational crops, and side-banding nitrogen impacts, are all areas that Dr. Cynthia Grant spent much of her career focused on. Grant, a retired senior research scientist with Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC) based in Brandon, Man., was honoured this week with the 2019 Canola Award of Excellence from…

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The Winnipeg Jets were playing against the Colorado Avalanche on Thursday night in Winnipeg, Man., however, born and raised farm kid, Kevin Cheveldayoff took time off in the afternoon of game day to speak to producers and others in the…

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