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Cereals Canada meets with Japanese officials following GM wheat discovery

Japanese officials are in Canada this week to follow up on the Canadian Food Inspection Agency’s confirmation of an isolated case of genetically modified wheat plants growing in southern Alberta.

Blood and milk test for TB, Johne’s makes steps to commercialization

Saskatoon will soon be host to a UK company that develops rapid bacteria detection tests using blood and milk samples.

$8.5 million in fed-prov funding announced for Ag-West Bio

Ag-West Bio will receive $1.7 million per year over the next five years from the federal and provincial governments through the new Canadian Agricultural Partnership.

$540 million committed to long-awaited outlet for Lake Manitoba

The federal and Manitoba governments announced joint funding of up to $540 million on Monday to build permanent outlets for mitigating flooding around Lake Manitoba and Lake St.

SaskWheat meeting to feature information on discovery of GM wheat

Each June, SaskWheat holds its┬ásemi-annual meeting at Canada’s Farm Progress Show at Regina.

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RealAg Radio, June 20: Contraband chocolate milk, input bundling, and ag education

On this Wednesday episode of RealAg Radio, Shaun Haney gets real about ag input bundling programs.

RealAg Radio, June 19: Celebrity influence, sliding markets, & cupboard economics

Tuesday’s edition of RealAg Radio, with host Shaun Haney:Top ag news, with Lyndsey Smith Crystal MacKay, Canadian Centre for Food Integrity, on actress Natalie Portman’s comments about animal agriculture and the .

RealAg Radio, June 18: Spot spraying, field day season, & being patient on regrowth

On this episode of RealAg Radio, host Shaun Haney has a stellar line up to cover Agronomic Monday’s hot topics.

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Wheat Pete’s Word, June 20: Wild weather, yellow corn causes, and seed size surprises

Poll: Do you think you get the best deal with ag input bundling?

AGCO bringing IDEAL combine to North America as a Fendt

New data shows rural Canada should be concerned about opioid use

Markets feel threat of additional tariffs on $200 billion of Chinese goods

Foodsplaining celebrities fail on facts

Wheat School: Breeders work to put winter wheat on the map in Western Canada


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