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Got poultry? New young leaders program aims to bring chicken farmers together

The Chicken Farmers of Canada (CFOC) have introduced a new Young Farmers Program, with the aim of connecting the younger generation of chicken producers with others like them across Canada.

Ontario government to introduce natural gas development legislation this fall

The news Ontario’s new government, led by Premier Doug Ford, has announced its plan to expand natural gas access to families and businesses throughout rural and Northern Ontario.

Trump threatens tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods, citing protection of farmers

In a move most knew was on the way, American President Donald Trump plans to impose tariffs on $200 billion more of Chinese goods as of next Monday.

BMO launches young farmer loan program for the under 35 crowd

Citing a strong industry, but a shrinking demographic, BMO Bank of Montreal has introduced its new loan program for Canadian farmers 35 years or younger.

Trade minister says CPTPP will be among first things House debates

Federal Trade Diversification Minister Jim Carr was in Saskatoon last week for the federal Liberal caucus meeting.

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RealAg Radio, Sept 19: NAFTA deal looming, corn on the rise, and cage-free donuts?

RealAg Radio host, Shaun Haney, is back from a trip to New York! Get ready to hear about what he thinks about a “free-range” or “cage-free” pastry shop he passed .

RealAg Radio, Sept 18: Hog markets, nitrates, and agriculture excellence

Occasional host Lyndsey Smith is back in the broadcasting booth for today’s edition of RealAg Radio.

RealAg Radio, Sept 17: Snow, green beans, dead weeds, and putting planning on the calendar

While it’s not every Monday that Lyndsey Smith gets to host the show, when she does she very nearly ruins things (sorry, Shaun).

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Pickles and promise: Ontario’s processing vegetable industry sees new investment

Significant changes made to Tribine harvester

Wheat Pete’s Word, Sept 19: Surprising soy yields, sprouting corn, plus hay and more hay

Canadian Pork Council looks for price support as hog markets drift lower

Corn School: Would variable rate planting fit your farm?

Soybean School: What can you do about green soybeans?

Silage baler a first for Massey Ferguson

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