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This week's FarmLead looks at low grain prices due to high supply.
A farm safety advocacy group is developing a mobile grain entrapment training unit aimed at demonstrating safety tips to prairie farmers.
This week's FarmLead looks at higher than expected crop production.
Several hundred farmers converged on the Calnash Ag Event Centre over the weekend to protest the advancement of Bill 6.
This week's FarmLead looks at oats, grains, corn and other grain market prices.
There was a lot of good news for the Alberta and Canadian beef industry last week, but also a note of caution expressed.
A local couple that have really been at the forefront of pioneering an industry have been recognized for their efforts.
This week's FarmLead looks at the government changes in Argentina and its affects on grain prices.
This week's FarmLead looks at the potential for a La Nina weather change.
Ag safety bill ‘onerous’ and ‘offensive’ – Strankman Bill should be education oriented, not punitive
Concerns raised regarding the proposed Bill 6 Enhanced Protection for Farm and Ranch Workers Act.
Two potentially contentious issues proved to have no meat to them for the area’s beef producers.
This week's FarmLead discusses changes to the market due to weather.
Some better weather during the first half of October really helped farmers get nearly all of the crops off in the Ponoka area.
There are some big issues ahead for beef producers in the province slated for discussion at the ABP annual fall regional meetings.
This week's FarmLead looks at soybean yields being upgraded in November.
Farmers and agricultural businesses donated their time to harvest 165-acres of land that will benefit a program aimed at reducing hunger.
Critics of the TPP trade deal say there could be long-term costs for governments, and their tax payers.
This week's FarmLead looks at grain prices chasing the weather.
Farmers familiar with antique farm equipment had a chance to harvest the land as was done decades ago.
Whether it’s for the look or for the meat, the Texas longhorn cattle market is seeing growth.