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Southern Prairies warm up

October 20, 2017

Warmer temperatures sat on the southern Prairies Thursday, as highs climbed to 25 C around Regina, Weyburn and Estevan, 22 C around Portage la Prairie and Boissevain, 21 C around Medicine Hat, Swift Current and Melville, 18 C around Steinbach and Dauphin, 17 C around Edmonton, Calgary, North Battleford and […]

Outlook improves for Prairies’ winter cereals

October 19, 2017

CNS Canada — Following concerns in September about seeding winter cereals in dry conditions, acres are down but crops seeded in Western Canada are doing good heading into the winter. “Very little moisture is required in the fall to get that seed to germinate and start growing, especially if it’s […]

Dicamba label sufficient, Health Canada says

October 19, 2017

Health Canada will not be further regulating the use of dicamba herbicide sprayed on growing crops, as has happened in the U.S. The government agency that regulates pesticides issued a statement to Glacier FarmMedia reiterating its support for the current Canadian labels. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) last week […]

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Pulse industry still awaits answers from India

October 20, 2017

CNS Canada — Almost three weeks since Canada’s pulse fumigation exemption expired in India, the Canadian pulse industry is still in the dark. “We’re just looking to have some clarity as to how Canada/India pulse trade’s going to play out in the long term and with a long-term policy solution,” […]

U.S. September cattle placements surge

October 20, 2017

Chicago | Reuters — Ranchers in September drove 13.5 per cent more cattle into U.S. feedlots than the same month a year earlier, the U.S. Department of Agriculture reported on Friday. The result topped analysts’ average forecasts and hit its highest level for the month in six years. “The good […]


U.S. grains: Corn, soy sag under weight of harvest

October 20, 2017

Chicago | Reuters — U.S. corn futures neared contract lows on Friday and soybeans fell to the lowest levels in a week, pressured by active harvest progress in the heart of the Midwest crop belt, analysts said. Wheat fell to a near two-month low on technical selling, extending losses in […]