Category: Western Canada
New arrangement keeps bean breeding program alive at AAFC Morden
El Nino’s exit could open door to spring rain, but unlikely to replenish deficit on Prairies, says Lerner
More action — and investment — needed to achieve ag’s full potential
Farm Management Canada hosting free, one-day farm business workshops
Alberta offers new options for insuring pasture production against drought
Federal government contributing $11 million to new pulse crop research cluster
Data-driven cattle management spurred Kee Jim to Cattle Feeder Hall of Fame
Louis Dreyfus to build pea protein plant at Yorkton, Sask.
Saskatchewan company working to automate grain grading in real-time
Spring forecast calls for dry start to a wet season — but where?
Canada’s wild pig problem could become a U.S. problem, too
Using small data before big data to make better crop management decisions
Canola School: Getting a handle on verticillium
Pulse markets showing strength — how many acres can go in?
India’s election, Red Sea attacks, and Chinese export restrictions — three factors to watch in the nitrogen market heading into spring