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Pearce: Heavy rains cause losses in Ontario potato fields

June 27, 2017

After a month of good growing conditions and positive reports amid sporadic news on disease potential, word from one of Ontario’s potato-growing regions is that roughly 1,000 acres of potatoes have been lost due to flooding. Drenching rains in midwestern Ontario have left both commercial fields and variety plots ruined. […]

Heat rolls back in on Prairies

June 27, 2017

Temperatures continued warming Monday across the Prairies, particularly in the southwest, as highs reached 33 C around Medicine Hat, Lethbridge and Maple Creek, 29 C around Edmonton and Moose Jaw, 24 C around Winnipeg, 23 C around Brandon, Prince Albert and Fort St. John and 21 C around Yorkton, Melfort […]

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U.S. livestock: Live cattle futures erase Monday’s rally

June 27, 2017

Chicago | Reuters — Chicago Mercantile Exchange live cattle futures on Tuesday bowed to fund liquidation that wiped out Monday’s sharp gains, including the August contract’s settlement up its three-cent per pound daily price limit, traders said. They attributed further selling on lower wholesale beef values that could weigh on […]

Klassen: Low volumes characterize feeder cattle market

June 27, 2017

Western Canadian feeder cattle prices were relatively unchanged from week-ago levels; however, low volumes and various-quality cattle characterized the market. It’s that time of year, when stragglers and recovering sick animals come available and discounts were quite sizeable on substandard cattle. Quality late bloomers were well bid and there was […]

Dow, DuPont to shed Canadian assets for merger approval

June 27, 2017

Competition for the Prairie farmer’s crop protection dollar will survive following the planned merger of chemical giants Dow and DuPont, by way of a handful of asset sales, Canada’s Competition Bureau has ruled. The federal antitrust watchdog on Tuesday announced it has an agreement with DuPont and Dow Chemical to […]