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Heat wave continues across the Prairies, rain for some

July 27, 2015

In what’s feeling like a never-ending heat wave, hot, dry conditions continued this past weekend over much of the Prairies, with temperatures reaching as high as 33 C in parts of southern Saskatchewan and southern Manitoba. Saturday saw precipitation amounts of approximately 10-15 mm in the Red Deer region with […]

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Brazil looking to open Canadian, Saudi Arabian fresh beef markets

July 27, 2015

Brasilia/Reuters – Brazil is working on a deal to open the Canadian market for fresh beef in the second half of 2015 and is in the final phase of opening the Saudi Arabian market, the agriculture ministry’s secretary of international relations said on Monday. Brazil also expects a final deal […]

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Syngenta says Monsanto’s $2 bln break-up fee comes with caveat

July 27, 2015

Frankfurt/Reuters – Syngenta has said a $2 billion break-up fee that unwanted U.S. suitor Monsanto has pledged to pay if its proposed $45 billion merger failed would only apply in limited cases, leaving its shareholders exposed to the bulk of regulatory risks. Swiss Syngenta, the world’s largest maker of farming […]

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U.S. livestock: CME live cattle finish flat-lower after choppy session

July 27, 2015

Chicago/Reuters – Chicago Mercantile Exchange live cattle contracts settled flat to moderately lower following an up-and-down day on Monday, after traders sold deferred contracts and bought August because of its discount to last week’s cash prices, traders and analysts said. Short-covering and the morning’s wholesale beef price uptick at times […]

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