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Sep 16 2021:Fall fertility and pulse marketability
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Sep 9 2021:Canola guaranteeing, mental well-being, supply/demand foreseeing
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Sep 8 2021:Livestock Days AIM 2021: Stock dogs, managing stress, tracking trace minerals
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Sep 2 2021:Slaughter shortages and statistical summaries
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Aug 26 2021:Meeting the need for feed, scouting for spot, after the rains
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Aug 19 2021:Trudeau triggers an election, prosperity in a pandemic, harvest estimates retreat
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Aug 12 2021:“The Recovering Farmer” offers mental health solutions for farmers, defaulting on grain contracts
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Aug 5 2021:African swine fever comes to the Americas, drought consumes the Prairies
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Jul 29 2021:Difficult drought discussions, lentil tariffs trimmed, canola harvest calculations
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Jul 22 2021:Crop year highlights and the nature of dry weather cycles
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Jul 15 2021:Cattle producers feeling the heat, past vs. present droughts, growing canola production
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Jul 8 2021:Acreage revisions, carbon emissions, pandemic decisions
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Jul 2 2021:Where’s the beef (cattle market going)?
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Jun 24 2021:Agriculture Canada forecasting drought, Canada competing with Ukraine, reviving tourism in rural Canada 
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Jun 17 2021:Ag-economics and COVID-19, opportunities in grain marketing, whether weather and commodity prices
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Jun 10 2021:Springtime signals shearing, animal protection laws see dispute, markets eye the weather
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Jun 3 2021:Frost risks, heat risks, negligible risk
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May 27 2021:A veritable charitable sensation, discussions with a ‘Dragon,’ canola crush plans surge
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May 20 2021:More rain needed on the Plains, cattle producers seek water, why one Canadian is avoiding meat
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May 13 2021:Canadian consumers bite into beef, (political) times are a-changin’, canola markets sizzle
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May 10 2021:The federal poll on grain quality control, automating ag, harvesting Likes
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Apr 29 2021:Agriculture’s cybersafety net, StatsCan’s seeding survey
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Apr 22 2021:Dairy days with the ’SaskDutch Kid,’ assessing cattle markets, the changing face of ag
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Apr 14 2021:Time for a livestock manifesto, a brush with royalty, parched Prairies get a white-out
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Apr 8 2021:Coal mine puts water in peril, neonics not nixed, old crop vs. new crop canola
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Apr 1 2021:Change comes to AgriStability, genetic edit rules get upgraded, seeding plans spring into action
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Mar 25 2021:Joint ventures, cattle pictures, profit captures
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Mar 18 2021:Renewable diesel, renewable fibreboard and the not so new canola story
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Mar 11 2021:New tools for ag innovation, ranchers on the ‘front lines’ of biodiversity, spring commodity markets outlook
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Mar 4 2021:This podcast is spreadable, a deep dive into ag reporting, a not so weak week in markets
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Feb 25 2021:Food connectivity, travel perplexity, canola’s desirability
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Feb 18 2021:Foreign worker worries, pork pricing perturbs producers, soil health meets precision ag
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Feb 11 2021:Taking a closer look at sustainable ag, cold weather and hot markets
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Feb 4 2021:Electric tractor potential, Sustainable Grain possibilities, predictions for canola acres
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Jan 28 2021:America’s probabilities, rodeo viability, canola volatility
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Jan 21 2021:A bull rider’s eye view of the pandemic, taking the pulse of on-farm research, export tax impacts
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Jan 14 2021:Rural internet inadequacies, underground enemies, rodeo rider interrupted, canola markets ignite
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Jan 7 2021:Going from ‘bad to best’ on grain movement, the pandemic’s effect on farmers, a 2021 market forecast
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Dec 24 2020:Home ice advantage, processing through pandemics, weather weirdness
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Dec 17 2020:Black swans, bright spots, and lessons learned in 2020
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Dec 10 2020:Food prices swell, the ‘snackification’ sensation, foreign farmworkers can’t fly home
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Dec 3 2020:Let’s talk about soil, nutrient stewardship, and telling soil’s story
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Nov 27 2020:Free trade with the UK, ag investors want to know about ESG, canola inches close to $600 per T
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Nov 19 2020:Alberta’s ag austerity, awaiting autonomy’s availability, autumn assessments adjusted
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Nov 12 2020:Navigating trade with China, the secret lives of farm writers, grain market gains
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Nov 5 2020:Good old-fashioned Prairie charity, weather bombs, how to fill in the stormy days ahead
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Oct 29 2020:Coping with COVID isolation, managing pandemic stresses, farm tour creates safe spaces
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Oct 22 2020:One party rule in Saskatchewan, a ban on moose hunt parties in Manitoba, time to celebrate sky-high canola prices
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Oct 15 2020:Farm debt red flags, social media hashtags, grain markets’ lifts and drags
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Oct 8 2020:Grain research gets a boost at the U of M, before “Percy” the movie, post-harvest market predictions
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Oct 1 2020:Reflections on pandemic life. How are we doing?
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Sep 24 2020:COFS partners for permanent digs, how to make an outdoor farm show digital
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Sep 17 2020:Combine fire causes, fall fertilizer management, food security falters under COVID-19
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Sep 10 2020:Farm workers foreign or domestic?, a bill to chill farm trespassing, oilseed prices come up for air
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Sep 4 2020:Seeds Canada resisted, northern land revisited, crop estimates airlifted
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Aug 27 2020:COVID concerns, computerized crime and crop collection time
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Aug 20 2020:Risk and reward in Canadian ag, a new editor takes the reins, harvest weather update
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Aug 13 2020:FOI request identifies Ontario farmers, seed-y business dealings, weed resistance persistence
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Aug 6 2020:Mixing it up with cover crops, cutworm conversations, what’s ‘bugging’ Sask. producers?
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Jul 30 2020:Hutterites come under COVID-19 scrutiny, peeved pig producers, checking in on the crop year
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Jul 23 2020:Ag in Motion at half-time, pork producers in crisis mode, a new watershed project flows forth
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Jul 16 2020:Sequestration questions, Ag in Motion’s online offerings, market meteorology
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Jul 9 2020:Grassland guardians, fields and roads get swamped, prairie crop conditions
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Jul 2 2020:Adjusting for COVID, testing out UTVs, assessing after StatsCan
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Jun 25 2020:Farm accident reportage declines, feds gobble up surplus food, trials and triumphs for ag students
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Jun 18 2020:Regenerative ag and climate change, grain drying and the carbon tax, kids’ thoughts on farming, the week in markets
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Jun 11 2020:Ag in Motion’s online offerings, farm income and outgo, export appetites for soybeans
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Jun 4 2020:Small business beef booms, food supply shortfalls, extradition anxieties, superpower trade tensions
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May 28 2020:Data collection on Discovery Farm, a meat cutter rises from the ashes, canola markets and trade tensions
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May 21 2020:An attack ad goes ‘Prime’ time, Canada’s ag-minister responds to farm aid, meat-packing lacking, and the week in markets
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May 14 2020:Improving agronomy in Western Canada, paperless farms, pandemic stresses plant workers, spring seeding (and harvests)
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May 7 2020:Canada, Australia and their political stances on China relations, pulse crop prices boom, winter wheat growing advice, our week in markets
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Apr 30 2020:Beef packing contraction, food benefaction, market reaction
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Apr 24 2020:Homeschool challenges on the farm, COVID-19 ushers interest in local food, crude oil’s plummet rocks markets
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Apr 23 2020:Farming through the pandemic: Part 4
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Apr 22 2020:Farming through the pandemic: Part 3
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Apr 21 2020:Farming through the pandemic: Part 2
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Apr 20 2020:Farming through the pandemic: Part 1
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Apr 16 2020:Meet the (new) machinery reporter, e-learning for agronomists, prepping ag students for the real world, the week in markets
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Apr 9 2020:Farmland affordability in Canada, life on a New Zealand farm, commodity markets ups and downs
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Apr 2 2020:A trip to the POV, the impacts of COVID-19 on ag-research and hog biosecurity, China and canola in the news
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Mar 26 2020:COVID-19 challenges seasonal ag-workers, a venerable ag-reporter retires, disaster planning for the farm
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Mar 19 2020:Can humans pass COVID-19 to livestock?, cattle markets slump, commodities versus coronavirus
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Mar 12 2020:Changing of the guard at Grainews, why A&W is going grass-fed, crude drags on commodities
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Mar 5 2020:Tools not tweaks, long-term soil health strategies, bigger bins = bigger problems?
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Feb 27 2020:‘Fashionable’ sisters advocate for agriculture, cannabis controversy in Ontario, protests clog rail transportation
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Feb 21 2020:Special Edition: A conversation with Marie-Claude Bibeau, Canada’s agriculture minister
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Feb 20 2020:How markets react to population growth, making the consumer connection, the future of glyphosate
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Feb 13 2020:Perception of Prairie farmland prices, women in science, global supply and demand outlook
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Feb 6 2020:Lean times down on the farm, Canadian farm profitability, comparing clubroot on the Prairies
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Jan 30 2020:Poultry perches, data searches, commodities’ lurches
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Jan 23 2020:Ag Days Special: Clubroot, carbon, components and cashflow
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Jan 16 2020:Mid-sized farm strengths, sustainable farm machines, paying a visit to St. Jean farm days, ’Phase One’ deal on deck
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Jan 9 2020:Goodbye glyphosate, clubroot’s conquest through Canada, ag updates from the nation’s capital, mid-East tensions and their effects on Canadian producers
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Jan 2 2020:BTR’s 2019 Year In Review
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Dec 19 2019:Canadian canola gets a Russian rival, adjudication frustration at the WTO, market margins make progress
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Dec 12 2019:Solutions to farm problems, adapting to new tech, digging into datasets, digesting StatsCan crop production numbers
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Dec 5 2019:Myth-busting precision ag, farming less to make more, habitats for predators?, profiting with precision ag
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Nov 28 2019:NFU’s commemoration, Ontario’s Lean exploration, wheat breeding separation, canola limitation
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Nov 21 2019:Becoming sustainable suppliers, a strike deadline expires, our machinery editor retires
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Nov 14 2019:Paws for the clubroot cause, defining sustainability, the rise and fall of Prairie grain elevators, in search of harvest headway
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Nov 7 2019:Using science to strengthen soil health, marketing organic veggies, will fall harvests wait for spring?
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Oct 31 2019:Canada gets an audience with China on canola impasse, Manitoba’s farmer-friendly approach to the environment, pod shatter resistant canola busting out all over
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Oct 24 2019:Federal election results in review, prairie barley acres bloom, a shadow over sunflower harvest
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Oct 17 2019:A new oat plant on the Prairies, Crown lands debate heating up, asset transfers for farm families, extreme weather trumps harvest
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Oct 10 2019:Ag in the federal election debate, oats flow eternal, Canada’s soils get a grade, harvest progress delays
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Oct 3 2019:Wet fields produce harvest hurdles, taking the pulse on proteins, living with depression
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Sep 26 2019:A new invasive threat enters farmyards, farm supports needed for trade troubles, feed deficits and harvest delays
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Sep 19 2019:E is for Elections: Emergencies, education tax, ethanol, eating expenses, easing exports
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Sep 12 2019:Roller crimping for weed control, soil health project rises from the ground up, rains impacting crop quality
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Sep 5 2019:Farm data overload, the great Outdoor, markets’ eyes to the skies
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Aug 29 2019:Programming for Farmer 4.0, protecting the youngest farmers, keeping crops exportably clean, waiting on market motion
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Aug 22 2019:Manitoba’s hay shortage intensifies, federal cash for dairy farmers, the DOT ownership experience, markets remain uncertain
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Aug 15 2019:Winning at harvest loss, crop data collection in Quebec, ’King corn’ on the ropes?
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Aug 8 2019:Grain World takes a tour of the Prairies, the year of the ‘meatless burger,’ trade chaos continues
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Aug 1 2019:Stewards of the soil, ‘harnessing’ grain bin safety, threshermen volunteers, markets in wait-and-see mode
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Jul 25 2019:Self-propelled round baler rolls out, these balers have four legs, building a ‘food ecosystem,’ watch your markets closely
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Jul 18 2019:Ag in Motion turns five, new spray tech zeroes in on weeds, growing a ‘Discovery Farm’, weather and commodity markets
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Jul 11 2019:Organics grow on the Prairies, is Canada’s national food policy on target?, USDA corn projections erroneous
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Jul 4 2019:Pork paperwork panned, grain grading granted, acreage assessments adjusted
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Jun 27 2019:Have timely rains fallen on the plains?, Saskatchewan OYFs, planting prospects sink further
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Jun 20 2019:High hopes for hemp, closing the farm labour gap, precipitation jubilation… and frustration
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Jun 13 2019:Deere harvests attention at CES, growing agri-food exports, whither the old red barn, are markets making cents?
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Jun 6 2019:Have the prairies gone hog wild?, plotting a course for your farm’s financial future, market movers and shakers
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May 30 2019:Benchmarking your farm business, Chrystia Freeland on canola, trade and tariffs, spring seeding slowdown
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May 24 2019:’Excellence’ comes to Ag in Motion, civilization under threat, spring seeding plans dampened
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May 16 2019:Animal activists get unduly active, the future of growth in China, and soy markets under stress
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May 9 2019:Putting trust in traceability, Sask. fails to axe carbon tax, China snubs Canadian soy, canola stocks in surplus
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May 2 2019:A crackin’ year for egg sales, no easy answers to China canola ban, and wheat outstrips canola acres
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Apr 25 2019:Alberta elects a new government, leasing vs. buying farm equipment, markets bend to politics, and farmers’ seeding plans
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Apr 18 2019:Stemming hard red wheat decline, a tale of two proteins, a beef grade facelift?, and spring seeding heads to the starting line
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Apr 11 2019:Soil health in the Red River Valley, the pillars of forage production, a peek inside the newsroom, and the week in markets
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Apr 4 2019:China canola conundrum continues, an app to find your best grain price, and reining in a flood of ag data
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Mar 28 2019:The ‘hyper-individualization’ of food, what’s in the federal budget for ag?, AAFC reviews the CGC, and China blocks (more) canola
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Mar 21 2019:Going against the flow on drainage, Buhler builds an ally in the ‘Nemesis’, and market uncertainty aplenty
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Mar 14 2019:China’s canola block all the talk, Canada’s first female ag-minister, ATIP-top path to a report on MRLs, and the week in markets
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Mar 7 2019:Swine virus on the horizon, serving up suds via blockchain, and canola renews its slide
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Feb 28 2019:The birds and the beef, your right to repair, food waste by weight, and how low will canola go?
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Feb 21 2019:Slowing the spread of clubroot, amalgamations and seed royalty proposals, and bullish wheat markets ahead?
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Feb 14 2019:Replenishing your ‘emotional bank account,’ farm bachelors in Quebec looking for love, and markets post-U.S. government shutdown
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Feb 7 2019:Canada’s beef sector weathers a changing climate, addressing celebrity misinformation, and sizing up consumers’ food choices
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Jan 31 2019:Glyphosate residues halt organic exports, strategies to improve soil health, commodity markets remain uncertain
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Jan 25 2019:Recorded live at Manitoba Ag Days: ‘Food Guide’ renewed, getting ahead of clubroot, streamlining grain dryer approvals, and more
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Jan 17 2019:Seed royalties meet resistance, ‘nozzle guy’ spells out inversion, will heat rise up in 2019?, and markets continue under uncertainty
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Jan 10 2019:Regenerative agriculture grows, DON spoils markets for corn growers, and politics impact markets
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Jan 3 2019:Trade deals, the Trump effect and much ado about the weather: a look back at 2018
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Dec 20 2018:Canadian Cattlemen’s editor retires after a career spanning three decades
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Dec 13 2018:Meat’s importance to Canadians, Alberta’s cattle herd looks to spur growth, and crude sends dollar on a slide
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Dec 6 2018:The precision ag sector looks to export growth, what’s new in the precision ag, and the markets get a short-term boost
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Nov 29 2018:What we know about a case of bovine TB, grain transport full steam ahead, these sheep models are a success, and will the G20 offer a chance for an olive branch?
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