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Changes to PM Fasal Bima Yojana leave famers without effective support for crop losses in time of climate emergency
Bill Spiegel Byline: Representing millions of U.S. farmers, 21 farm groups are publicly launching Farmers for a Sustainable Future (FSF), a coalition committed to environ
EIGHT DAYS IN November 2019 taught us lessons that I hope we carry with us for some time. CN Rail train crews went on the longest rail strike in a decade and the ramifica
MYCOTOXIN PREVENTION AND MANAGEMENT RESEARCH THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN mycotoxins and grain farmers is a toxic one, and its driving Grain Farmers of Ontario to continue in
Byline: 1. Wheat Drops on Profit-Taking; Corn, Beans Little Changed Wheat dropped in overnight trading on profit-taking after jumping yesterday. Futures closed up 23 cent
India has most number of organic cultivators but only 1.1% of acreage
The Advancing Women in Agriculture Conference is taking place in Calgary in late March. It's been an annual event for several years now.
Alanna Cook has been a longtime champion for agriculture in Canada. She served for many years as Deputy Agriculture Minister with the provincial government and now speaks
Manitoba Canola Growers Association has recognized Dr. Don Flaten with the 2020 Canola Award of Excellence for his years of research, teaching and extension.
On Tuesday, Federal Conservative Agriculture Critic & Alberta MP John Barlow introduced Bill C-205, an Act to amend the Health of Animals Act.
On Tuesday, Philip Lawrence, Conservative MP for NorthumberlandPeterborough South, tabled a Private Members Bill in the House of Commons to amend the Greenhouse Gas Pollu
Just as weather conditions in Atlantic Canada impacted feed crops, Mother Nature has caused feed shortages across the rest of the country as well.
iStock: simazoran Byline: 1. Wheat Jumps Overnight on Australian Production Woes Wheat surged in overnight trading after the Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resourc
Nirmala Sitharaman's budget has little to offer rural India. Allocation to several schemes were slashed below 2019-20 revised estimates
David Ekstrom Byline: 1. Grain Markets Closed Monday to Observe President's Day Grain markets are closed today in observance of Presidents Day. Trading will resume at 7 p
The province of Manitoba has a long and proud legacy of agriculture. It is a strong economic engine of growth for the province and for the country, generating total reven
Climate change could open a whole different area in Canada to farming, says newly published research.
This is because agriculture in India is largely dependent on chemicals including pesticides and their usage has a huge impact on the health of humans, animals, bio-divers
David Ekstrom Byline: This week, multiple companies released new information on equipment. Along with the equipment updates, the USDA released a new report, crop insuranc
iStock: Tryaging Byline: 1. Soybeans, Grains Little Changed in Overnight Trading Soybeans and grains were little changed overnight as investors weigh the economic impact
USDA Byline: After many years, the Mississippi River will finally get deepened, aiding the barges that carry U.S. farmers' commodities to the Gulf of Mexico. This week, t
The Competition Bureau says it is investigating several major agricultural suppliers to determine if conduct alleged against them may significantly harm competition in Ca
Federated Co-operatives Limited (FCL) has lifted daily card purchase restrictions on diesel and gasoline that were implemented last week at Co-op Cardlocks across the thr
Marie-Claude Bibeau, Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food, announced today the development of a risk management strategy being undertaken by the Manitoba Pork Council fo
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau must act decisively to prevent a complete shutdown of Canadas rail system at a critical time for the fertilizer industry and our farmer cust
Chicken Farmers of Ontario (CFO) was pleased to invite farmer-members to attend the Burlington Chamber of Commerces Adversity, Resiliency, Success panel discussion earlie
The record-breaking vegetable price rise indicates an era of high food inflation in coming years
Byline: 1. Soybeans, Corn Lower Overnight on Global Demand Worries Soybeans and grains were lower overnight as the coronavirus continues to spread, increasing concerns th
Expresses concern over possible access of US agri products to Indian markets
Agriculture and Agri-Food Minister Marie-Claude Bibeau participated today in CropConnect to announce funding for new projects that will help Canadas grain industry manage
Corteva Agriscience is pleased to announce the commercial launch of Lumivia CPL insecticide seed treatment, which has a new mode of action for early-season protection aga
The 2020 slate of Provincial Directors for the Ontario Soil and Crop Improvement Association (OSCIA) was introduced in early February at their annual conference in London
Gil Gullickson Byline: 1. Corn, Beans Little Changed Overnight on Quiet WASDE Report Corn and soybean futures were little changed after yesterdays World Agricultural Supp
Today is Canada's Agriculture Day! Marty Seymour is the Director of Industry Relations with Farm Credit Canada and says todays a great day to celebrate Agriculture. At it
Conservative Shadow Minister for Agriculture and Agri-Food John Barlow says the Liberal Agriculture Minister is ignoring evidence in failing to exempt farmers from the Ca
The University of Calgary's School of Public Policy has announced the creation of the Simpson Centre for Agricultural and Food Innovation and Public Education. It was mad
A new grant program has been established to help farmers upgrade their grain handling systems. The Efficient Grain Dryer Program allows applicants to choose equipment tha
Online and in person, thousands of Canadians raised a fork to Canadian agriculture during the fourth annual national celebration of one of countrys most dynamic and vital
David Ekstrom Byline: 1. Corn, Beans Little Changed Overnight Ahead of WASDE Report Corn and soybean futures were mixed in overnight trading ahead of todaysWorld Agricult
Producers taking part in this years Top Notch Farming events are learning more about the importance of getting a good stand establishment. Warren Ward, an Agronomy Specia
Altona and Portage hosted meetings for edible bean growers last week. David Kaminski, field crop pathologist with Manitoba Agriculture & Resource Development, talked abou
Australia has become a competitor for Canadian beef producers. Michael Young is president of Canada Beef.
The Manitoba government is launching a three-year applied research project to identify and test ways to reduce economic loss from wildlife predation of cattle and sheep h
On February 11, Canadians will be celebrating the fourth annual Canada's Agriculture Day. Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food Marie-Claude Bibeau will be marking the da
Manitoba's Minister of Agriculture and Resource Development says the province's top priority in developing plans for responding to African Swine Fever is preparing to add
The success of organic turmeric cultivation in Dungarpur prove that it isn't necessary to look towards global crops like BT cotton as saviours
Food and Agriculture Organization warned west African countries
Byline: 1. Corn Lower, Beans Higher as Investors Weigh WASDE Vs. Coronavirus Corn futures were lower in overnight trading while soybeans were higher as investors weight t
The latest victims of climate change could be Oreos, as drenched fields across the US make the wheat thats a key ingredient a scarcer commodity. Winter-wheat plantings fe