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Warmer weather spreads eastward

March 24, 2017

Temperatures warmed up somewhat at the eastern end of the Prairies Thursday, as highs reached +8 C in Manitoba’s northern Interlake and on the west side of Lake Manitoba and +5 C around Weyburn and Estevan, and climbed to +11 C around Swift Current and +15 C around Medicine Hat […]

Manitoba to axe limits on hog barns

March 17, 2017

UPDATED, March 20 — Manitoba’s restrictions on hog barn and manure storage construction are set to be shelved by way of an omnibus “red tape reduction” bill. Provincial Finance Minister Cameron Friesen on Thursday introduced Bill 24 for first reading. Among its 15 proposed amendments to various pieces of legislation, […]

Cool, dry canola keeps best when left alone

March 16, 2017

For farmers who plan to keep canola in bins through the hottest months of the year, a new Prairie study suggests that to manage bin temperature, less handling is better. Having set out to study how best to manage higher-moisture canola over the spring and summer, a team from the […]

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Canadian canola crush sets new weekly record

March 24, 2017

Canada’s canola crush hit a new weekly record during the week ended Wednesday, with processors across the country operating at nearly full capacity. The canola crush during the week ended March 22 came in at 208,268 tonnes, according to the most recent Canadian Oilseed Processors Association report. That puts the […]


Ontario greenhouse growers get competitiveness fund

March 24, 2017

The Ontario government is putting $19 million into a new initiative to support the competitiveness of the greenhouse sector in the province. Provincial Agriculture Minister Jeff Leal announced the funding on Thursday at Link Greenhouse near Bowmanville, just east of Oshawa. The Greenhouse Competitiveness and Innovation Initiative aims to provide […]