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West gets warmer

March 27, 2015

Peak temperatures kept climbing at WeatherFarm stations on the western Prairies Thursday, reaching +18 C around Brooks and Calgary and +15 C around Maple Creek, but still hitting just -3 to +1 C in eastern Saskatchewan and -4 to -6 C around Winnipeg and elsewhere in eastern Manitoba. Lows on […]

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Railways’ mandatory minimum grain handles ending

March 28, 2015

Canada’s big two railways can resume moving grain at their own pace as the federal government’s order in council setting mandatory minimum grain traffic quotas is set to expire unrenewed. Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz and Transport Minister Lisa Raitt announced the federal government won’t renew the mandatory minimums, which are […]

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USDA hog report confirms active herd growth as PED fears ease

March 27, 2015

Reuters — The U.S. hog herd grew seven per cent during the December-February quarter versus the same period last year, a U.S. Department of Agriculture report showed on Friday, reflecting producer profitability and the less-severe porcine epidemic diarrhea (PED) virus, said analysts. Hog farmers willingly expanded their herds after vaccines […]

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