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New study to look at health outcomes of consuming grains-based foods

Producer groups from both eastern and western Canada are partnering on a research project with the University of Saskatchewan looking to provide information to consumers on consumption of foods made from .

Standard Nutrition Canada acquired by La Coop federee

Quebec-based cooperative La Coop fédérée is expandings its presence in Western Canada, announcing the acquisition of Standard Nutrition Canada.

CP Rail averts strike, with unions to vote on latest offer

A strike by around 3,400 conductors, engineers and signal maintainers who work for Canadian Pacific Railway has been averted, at least temporarily.

Five more CWRS varieties to be moved to new wheat class due to lower gluten strength

The Canadian Grain Commission has announced it is moving five more Canada Western Red Spring (CWRS) wheat varieties to the new Canada Northern Hard Red (CNHR) wheat class due to .

AMI evolves program offerings under Canadian Agricultural Partnership

The Agri-Food Management Institute (AMI) has announced plans to deliver a mixture of established and new farm management programming under the newly launched Canadian Agricultural Partnership.

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RealAg Radio, April 23: Soil sensing, weed seeds, and understanding down force

If the U.S. corn crop were planted in two weeks, what would that work out to for seeds per second? Host Shaun Haney starts out with a shoutout to one .

RealAg Radio, April 20: Interprovincial trade, future interest rates, and Cattle on Feed

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Canadian farmland values rose by 8.4 percent in 2017: FCC report

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Soil sensor designed for real-time changes to seeding rates and depths

Action needed to reopen Italy to Canadian durum: Cereals Canada


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